The Court may dismiss, on its own motion, all cases in which:
(A) There has been no affirmative action taken within a reasonable time.
(B) There has been no response to inquiries from the Court regarding the status of the case.
(C) The Court is advised that the parties in divorce, dissolution or spousal support cases have become reconciled since the case was filed.
If no affirmative action is taken (such as request for assignment or request that the case be allowed to pend), any such case will be dismissed after ten days from the date of mailing notice to counsel and the parties that the Court is considering dismissal of such case. Such dismissals shall be without prejudice, without record and costs to be taxed as the Court deems just.