Q: How to Transfer TRO at Los Angeles(LA county) to Divorce case at Inglewood(LA county)
Jane got and served TRO at "A" court against John. TRO hearing date is March-23. He immediately filed FL-100 at "B" court and wants to transfer Jane's TRO to his location court. Both courts are located in Los Angeles county. In that case, what form should be filed to "A" court? if john file request for transfer("ROT") on Mar10, when would TRO hearing be held at "B" court? and Does "A"court judge determines transfer upon filing ROT or at Mar-23 hearing?
To transfer the TRO from Court A to Court B, John should file a Request for Transfer of TRO (form DV-124) with Court A. The form should include the reason for the transfer and a copy of the FL-100 filed with Court B.
If John files the Request for Transfer of TRO on March 10, the TRO hearing scheduled for March 23 will still take place at Court A unless Court A grants the transfer before that date. If the transfer is granted, the TRO hearing will be held at Court B on a date determined by the Court.
It is up to the judge at Court A to determine whether or not to grant the transfer upon receiving the Request for Transfer of TRO. If the transfer is granted, the TRO will be transferred to Court B and the hearing will be held there.
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