(c) Evidentiary Hearings

Within fourteen (14) days after the answer or the certificate of completion is filed, whichever is later, any party seeking an evidentiary hearing shall file a motion for evidentiary hearing and a supporting memorandum.  The motion and the supporting memorandum shall identify with specificity any evidence that will be produced at the evidentiary hearing and shall explain why such evidence is necessary to the resolution of the case.  Any objection to a motion for evidentiary hearing shall be filed together with a supporting memorandum within fourteen (14) days after the motion is filed.  An evidentiary hearing will not be held unless ordered by the court.