Elk Grove, CA asked in Foreclosure, Child Custody and Domestic Violence for California

Q: Can a judge change his previously amended Temporary Restraining Order?

Received a TRO on 7/5 against ex, giving full no contact, and no custody to ex. Judge upheld TRO however reversed custody ruling on 7/25, when ex requested case go to trial. Just got letter from courts in mail stating trial is moved from March to May, along with an Amended TRO, stating the new trial date, and the the TRO issued on 7/5 is in effect until trial. No other orders are listed, including custody reversal from 7/25.

Does that mean that custody reversal from 7/25 is no longer relevant and that the full TRO from 7/5 is now effective? I have to serve my ex, and withhold my child from him if so.

1 Lawyer Answer

Dale S. Gribow

Answered
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Palm Desert, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: more info needed.

judges can change orders but usually, there is a hearing where arguments are presented. Was there one you did not know about?

you have posted this on a crim/accident site and suggest you ask this of family law attorneys.

you really should retain a lawyer who can discover all the info and not just bits and pieces.

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