This will usually result in a later hearing date than the one presently reserved, as the court’s calendar continues to fill up after your hearing was scheduled.
While having your hearing pushed to a later date can be frustrating, it could actually benefit your case in some circumstances.
The bottom line is that we're both busy and have conflicting and sometimes unpredictable schedules. Also, sending little notes is a good way to show that you are thinking of each other, even when yur schedules don't even allow for a phone call.
When I'm busy, I plan stuff out to make sure I get everything done. Second, I'd ask her if she can commit to one night a week--or one weekend day-- as "couple time"--knowing for sure that you are going to see each other eventually will keep you from feeling like other nights are urgent.
A proposed rule or amendment shall not be effective until approved by the Supreme Court of Appeals.
No local procedure shall be effective unless adopted as a local rule in accordance with this section.
A common remedy to this situation is to file a Motion to Continue the hearing, which requests that the court reschedule the hearing for a new date and time.I also have things I want and need to do for myself, such as work out, etc. She works about 4 nights per week on 12-hour shifts. I don't want to throw out an open invitation and fail to make plans for myself waiting for her to get back to me. I don't want to make plans for myself just to have her call me up to go out after I already have plans for myself. How have other Dopers dealt with this in their relationships? If she dosen't have a computer/email, buy an old computer for and set it up.She also has plenty of other stuff on her plate as well that she needs and wants for herself. I am happy that she wants to do these things for herself. One thing that is nice about email is htat when someone uses email to ask about your avalibility, it dosen't feel like they are checkiung up on you pr pressuring you the way phone calls can.To obtain approval, seven copies of any proposed local rule or amendment of a local rule shall be submitted to the Supreme Court of Appeals through the Office of the Clerk. Numbering and format of any proposed local rule or amendment of a local rule shall be as prescribed by the Supreme Court of Appeals.The Supreme Court of Appeals' approval of a local rule or local procedure shall not preclude review of that rule or procedure under the law or circumstances of a particular case.