Yes I have a problem with the new judge. Case has been moved to another court 1 hr away. I want to know if I can rebuttal the 170.6 ...do I file against the new judge with a "Certificate RE: Disqualification of Judge (CCP 170.6) or is there other paperwork that I need to file. Do I file in the old court or file in where the case as been moved to. Both courts are in the same county.
I can't afford an atty.
Yes only 1 Family Law judge.
What do you mean that I already lost...
Why can't I file I 170.6 stating that I believe a fair and impartial trial of said action cannot be had before said judge?
That would be my grounds...can't get fair trial with the new judge.
Rec'd letter from plantifff atty stating the following: "Husband will waive all reimbursement claims and WATTS charges, which as you know are substantial.
What does this mean?
So a letter that I rec'd today wanting to settle and plantiff using the work "WATT" is written notice? This is the first time I have heard the word "WATTS". Several OSC have been done and never was it said. He was court ordered out of the house...how can they claim "WATTS". Also, a domestic violence restraining ordered was issued against him for the next 3 years.
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