Request for Order
Per CCP 1005, it should have been served 16 court days before the hearing.
Hearing is set tomorrow, June 21st.
It was served on June 3.
Ex-husband has been avoiding service. He has done this before.
The process server attempted service at his home address, 5/10, 5/12, 5/16, 5/22, 5/25, before contact was made on June 3.
by 5/25 ex-husband had dogs running around the front yard.
What will happen if he doesn't show up?
CCP 1005(b) also says " The court, or a judge thereof, may prescribe a shorter time." Does this have to be prescribed when motion is filed or can it be done at the time of hearing?
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