The short answer is: SHOW UP IN COURT at the time and place given to you in the notice. If the time and place are set for tomorrow, go to that courtroom tomorrow at the time given in the notice. There is nothing else you need to do to respond. When you get to the hearing the attorney on the...Read more »
The eviction process in California is administered by the Superior Court of the State of California. A landlord must begin the eviction process and California law requires all persons residing in the property be served with a notice of eviction. Terminating a month to month tenancy can be...Read more »
My parents claimed to have filed a DV report against me for my daughter but I haven’t got anything It’s been 2 months they refuse to let me see the papers or anything , and they’re refusing to let me pick her up, I have full custody. They have threatened to call the cops. Can I still pick... Read more »
You can NOT pick her up IF the court order says you can't, but the problem is you don't know until you read it. So to read it, you need to see a copy. Ask your parents to send you an email with the order attached. Ask them for the name and phone of their lawyer and call the attorney...Read more »
And my family member is telling me that I do not have my gun rights because of a federal law about domestic violence I was never told anything from anybody that I talk to when I was told that everything was dismissed and thrown out I was never told that my rights were taken away and I'm just... Read more »
First you MUST get a copy of the court order for the divorce. It is called the "Judgment." You can get this in the records department of the courthouse where the divorce was granted. The cost is 50 cents per page. You can also get the records for free, but you first have to fill out...Read more »
I have a peaceful contact with my baby's dad but I live at my mom's house and we have an open dcf case, our restraining order was changed to peaceful contact because of our dcf case and his last/recent arrest,he was released and recently he passed by in a car and yelled my name my mom... Read more »
What will most likely happens to the baby's dad, will be up to the police and the district attorney. When a restraining order is first issued no crime has been committed. However after the baby's dad has been served with the restraining order and then he violates it, then a crime has...Read more »
She got order a few months ago, I left. Then covid came. She got worried and let me stay with her and my son, today she got upset and threw me out. There has been no abuse and not sure if cops were called
I have a question there was an altercation between me and my dad gf, my dad was in between us, in the process she grab, My neck with both her hands, and in self defense I push her, my dad continue to hold her and fell down and broke her pinky finger, it’s been about two months, and she’s been... Read more »
My wife has a mental illness. She became aggravated and tried to kill my eldest child, an adult. I prevented the murder. She inadvertently hurt her minor child as well. Do I need to report the attempt?
I’m in the middle of divorce due to domestic violence. Spouse has been served divorce papers & civil & criminal restraining orders. Last month, I filed my taxes as Head of Household & claimed my 4 kids. Also last month, he tried to steal my identity in order to attempt to reroute my... Read more »
I filed for a restraining order to be dropped today. Two days ago the defendant was arrested for violating the order during a child exchange because the exchange took place out-of town and I invited him to have lunch with us in a secluded area (due to Covid) before he headed back home. His court... Read more »
My ex has 2 prior felonies and in march had been charged w domestic violence against me when i had to go to the ER he was never arrested because he didnt get caught (this was riverside county) then last week he got arrested for domestic violence and gun possesion ( san bernadino county) he is... Read more »
My case has been on going since last year July 2019,I’ve done everything the court has asked for me and my children .Now because of the COVID 19 crises there pushing back my court date until February of next year 2021 .Are they allowed to do this .This has caused me to lose my job and them... Read more »
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