Q: California, Family Law. The minute order stated that the court adopted the Family Court Services Recommendations
Judge adopted the Family Court Services Mediation Recommendation and ordered the Recommendation attached to the minute order . Unfortunately the FCS Recommendation never was attached ...... what options are available to force the court to attach the FCS Recommendation to the minute order?
In this situation in California Family Law, where the Family Court Services (FCS) Mediation Recommendation was not attached to the minute order as directed by the judge, you have several options to address this oversight.
First, you can contact the clerk of the court to inquire about the missing attachment. Sometimes, such issues are administrative oversights and can be corrected upon request.
If the clerk's intervention does not resolve the issue, you can file a request or motion with the court to have the FCS Recommendation officially attached to the minute order. This motion would explain the situation and request the court to correct the record by attaching the necessary document.
It's important to act promptly, as the details in the FCS Recommendation could be critical for any ongoing or future proceedings related to your case.
In some cases, directly communicating with Family Court Services might also be helpful. They may be able to provide a copy of the recommendation or assist in ensuring it gets properly attached to the minute order.
If these steps do not resolve the issue, consulting with a legal professional experienced in family law can provide additional guidance and assistance in navigating the court system to ensure that the correct and complete records are filed and accessible.
A: Just call the courtroom's clerk and let him/her know that the attachment was missing. You also have the option of obtaining a copy of the stipulated agreement from your mediation and drafting your own Findings and Order After Hearing. But first, just call the clerk. That may resolve your issue easily and quickly.
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