This is a legal State of California Family Code document that is used to request a spouse or domestic partner to come to court, usually made after filing for a divorce.
This is a formal response filed by California residents who receive Form FL-300 with court orders regarding their case.
This is a document that should be reported by spouses seeking a divorce in the state of California. This form includes relevant information about their financial situation.
This is a legal document used by participants of legal proceedings (defendants, respondents, attorneys, etc.) to file documents of a civil case with the California court clerk by fax.
This is an official document filled out and used by the individual who has presented a summons to a party of a legal case in the state of California.
This form was released by the California Superior Court and is used by any participant of legal proceedings (an attorney, respondent, or defendant) to provide the court with any information they deem relevant to a case.
This legal form is a proof of service for documents served to one or more parties to a civil action. The State of California allows serving papers by sending them to the party to the proceedings via first-class mail that produces a return receipt.