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DID YOU KNOW BY ATTORNEY F.M. ZAVALA

FILING A MOTION IN FAMILY COURT


CA Rules of Court Rule 5.92. Request for court order; responsive declaration


(1) In a family law proceeding under the Family Code:

(A) The term "request for order" has the same meaning as the terms "motion" or "notice of motion" when they are used in the Code of Civil Procedure;


(B) A Request for Order (form FL-300) must be used to ask for court orders, unless another Judicial Council form has been adopted or approved for the specific request; and


(C) A Responsive Declaration to Request for Order (form FL-320) must be used to respond to the orders sought in form FL-300, unless another Judicial Council form has been adopted or approved for the specific purpose.

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