All motions shall be accompanied by a supporting memorandum. The memorandum shall include a brief statement of the grounds for the motion, with citations to authorities relied upon, and proof of service in accordance with Civil Rule 5. Depositions, answers to interrogatories, written admissions, affidavits, transcripts of evidence and written stipulations of fact to support or oppose a motion for summary judgment shall be filed separately with the Clerk or attached to the motion or memorandum with appropriate reference in the caption.
Except for good cause, all motions shall be set for oral argument and shall be accompanied by an entry setting the motion for hearing. The moving party shall consult with opposing counsel to set a hearing date that is mutually agreeable. In the absence of an agreed hearing date, the Court shall set a date for the hearing.
All entries and orders presented to the Court for approval should include the date of the hearing, the names of those present, and the specific motion or application heard by the Court on that date. The caption of all entries and orders presented to the Court for approval shall state the subject matter of the Court's decision with reasonable specificity.
All filings, entries and orders which bear an endorsement of counsel per telephone or electronic authorization shall state the date of said authorization and shall also contain a certificate of service by the attorney who obtained authorization that a copy of the filing, entry or order has been delivered to the consenting counsel.
All pleadings, motions, applications and other filings presented to the Court shall be correctly captioned and shall either be in typeface or written legibly in ink. All pleadings filed by an attorney shall be typed. Applicants appearing pro se are encouraged to type all filings. Any information interlineated on pleadings, motions, applications and other filings shall be in typeface or written legibly in ink.
The Court reserves the right to reject or strike any pleadings in which the text or the signatures are illegible.
Application for leave to withdraw as counsel shall be made by written motion filed with the Court, with copies served upon the fiduciary and all other attorneys or parties of record in accordance with Civil Rule 73. If such Application is granted and the fiduciary does not appear at such hearing, the withdrawing attorney shall notify such fiduciary or other party in accordance with Civil Rule 73. Proof of compliance with Civil Rule 73 shall be filed with the Court.