When the court enters a final judgment in any cause of action it may direct that a written order be submitted, and counsel shall submit said order to the court within thirty (30) days. Unless excused by the court, all orders shall be tendered to opposing counsel or a pro se party for approval as to form before being signed by the court. In the event of a dispute as to form, the court shall decide the controversy after hearing from all parties. Approval in form shall not be construed as approval in substance, and the court may sign the order even though approval is withheld. If counsel desires a conformed copy of the order, counsel shall provide a copy of the order with a self-addressed stamped envelope.
Notices of hearings to discover assets, petitions for adjudication of contempt, and any other hearing where a warrant of arrest may issue for a party's failure to appear after receipt of notice shall, in addition to the time, date, and place of hearing, include the following words in bold type or underlined: "Failure to appear at this hearing may result in the issuance of a warrant of arrest".