Form FL-320, Responsive Declaration to Request for Order, is a formal statement completed by California residents who receive Form FL-300 with the court orders regarding their case. This is a response that concerns parent visitation, custody of children, child or spousal support, finances, and property, or legal expenses and fees. If you ignore the Request for Order and choose not to file Form FL-320, the court may take further action and decisions without consulting you, so understand what orders are requested and make up your mind about the proper reaction to them. However, you cannot request orders that were not listed in the paperwork sent to you - instead, you need to file your own original request to deal with other issues related to your case.
This document is provided by the California Superior Court. The latest version of the document was issued on July 1, 2016, with all previous editions obsolete. You can download a fillable FL-320 Form through the link below.
File FL-320 Responsive Declaration to consent or object to the following matters: