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This is fairly simple. Draft a Motion to Vacate Order of Legal Separation. Include a caption for the legal separation matter at the top along with the docket number. Review your jurisdiction’s rules for motions and pleadings to see how your motion should be styled. Your motion can be rejected for filing if it is not completed properly. Attach a draft order granting your motion.
Judges will rarely go against an agreed motion of the parties.
I understand it is not easy. I would suggest you talk to the family law facilitator of your court to get the standard form. http://www.courts.ca.gov/selfhelp-facilitators.htm
These facilitators can guide you in theroght direction. You should contact the one for the court where your legal separation was filed.
Really? That is very strange. Did you work with the facilitator?
Go to the facilitator in the county court where your separation was filed.
This outlines generally what they can help with. http://www.lacourt.org/division/familylaw/FL0118.aspx
This is just the general description of their role. I am fairly confident they will be able yo guide you in the correct direction. If you loke I can opt out and perhaps another expert could be more helpful.
Sure that is fine. If not then we can try to figure out an alternative route.
Did you have any luck with the facilitator?