Notice of Voluntary Dismissal
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- WHAT IS A NOTICE OF VOLUNTARY DISMISSAL? A notice of voluntary dismissal is a legal document filed by a plaintiff to dismiss their own lawsuit voluntarily, without prejudice, and without the need for a court order.
- WHY WOULD I NEED A NOTICE OF VOLUNTARY DISMISSAL? You would need a notice of voluntary dismissal if you decide to abandon your claim or case for any reason, such as a change in circumstances, lack of evidence, or a settlement agreement with the defendant.
- WHEN WOULD I NEED A NOTICE OF VOLUNTARY DISMISSAL? You would need a notice of voluntary dismissal at any time during the litigation process, but before the court has made a final decision or entered a judgment in the case.
- HOW WOULD I USE A NOTICE OF VOLUNTARY DISMISSAL? You would use a notice of voluntary dismissal to notify the court and the other parties to the case that you are voluntarily dismissing your lawsuit without prejudice. The notice should include the case name and number, the reason for the dismissal, and any other relevant information required by the rules of civil procedure.
- WHAT’S THE PROCESS? We’ll guide you through the process of completing a notice of voluntary dismissal that sets out your position. In the end, you will download a properly formatted notice of voluntary dismissal to file with the court and serve on the other parties to the case.
On your way to the perfect notice of voluntary dismissal, you will pass the following milestones:
- Awareness – Understand the requirements, components, and factors for success of a notice of voluntary dismissal.
- Assembly – Use the information you’ve collected to craft your notice of voluntary dismissal.
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