Related to my previous question to you Doug
I don`t know if she (who filed for divorce
) is the one who should fill in the CIV 120, also it seems like it needs being filed after the other one?Can you tell me more about this?
LegalGems repliedFamily Lawyer
The instructions are for the CIV 110; and the CIV 120 is addressed on page 3-5 of that instruction sheet since whenever a court paper is sent to the other party, it needs to include a proof of service; the civ 120 is the proof of service.
That form is here:
About the change of address:
The case is in Hayward, but I'm assuming it's the same thing as the sacramento one you sent.(1) We need to make sure to file the dismissal before it defaults me, to avoid complications related to immigration. Should we in this case file the same address she put in the summons to avoid the time cost? and later change her address with the court?
(2) Is there a time limit? The court person who served me the papers came by 22nd of July. It says I have 30 days to respond. Does that imply that her dismissal has to get there in 29 or fewer days?
(3) So she should also fill in a CIV120 now, even though I have not responded?
(4) She should send the CIV110 and CIV120 together, and then I'll receive the 120 as proof?
(5) Do we need to send any money for the 120?