In my case then I did not legally serve petitioner only tlher attorney and my hearing is nov 6. Can I file ex parte ro accomplish valid service?
Right I did not serve petitioner rfo with enough notice. But I did serve her attorney with due notice:of the msc.
Does code 215 also apply to the mandatory settlement conference that she failed to attend?
Can I assert that since I served her attorney with enough notice
This is why I am confused.
The rfo is addressing a reserved issue of visitation in our judgment. It says in the judment this issue is ongoing.
Why cant the rfo be considered an ongoing case for purposes of proof of service required on her attorney only?
2 in the dissolution judgment on reserved issues it states that the parties Acknowledge they are in a 730 evaluation...Subsequent to the completion of the report the parties will enter into a further judgment on reserved issues of custody visitation
Can I file a motion to compel petitoner to attend coparenting counseling six meetings in 3 months.
Have these meetings been ordered by the court?
Stipulates between the parties. Shes dragging them out rescheduling canceling.
Can you tell me what legal forms I need to file
Get me a link example please?
Can I file this with law clerk monday for wed hearing. Will it be heard if no prood of service kn time?
Can I file this ex parte?
Is there any way to get admitted to the court a letter of affidavit from coparenting counselor i can not afford his appearance.
How do I do this is din oc in detail?
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