This is a legal form that was released by the California Judicial Branch - a government authority operating within California.
The document is provided in Korean. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is Form CH-130 K?
A: Form CH-130 K is a Civil Harassment Restraining Order After Hearing form used in California.
Q: When is Form CH-130 K used?
A: Form CH-130 K is used after a court hearing to obtain a civil harassment restraining order in California.
Q: What does the form require?
A: The form requires information about the parties involved, details of the restraining order, and supporting documentation.
Q: Is Form CH-130 K specific to Korean language?
A: Yes, Form CH-130 K is specifically translated into Korean language for the convenience of Korean-speaking individuals.
Q: Are there any fees associated with filing Form CH-130 K?
A: There may be fees associated with filing Form CH-130 K, depending on your county and circumstances. You should check with the court for the exact fees.
Q: Can I fill out Form CH-130 K on my own?
A: Yes, you can fill out Form CH-130 K on your own. However, it's recommended to seek legal advice or assistance if you are unsure about the process.
Q: What should I do after completing Form CH-130 K?
A: After completing Form CH-130 K, you should file it with the court clerk and keep a copy for your records.
Q: How long does a civil harassment restraining order last?
A: The duration of a civil harassment restraining order can vary, but it typically lasts for up to three years.
Q: What can a civil harassment restraining order do?
A: A civil harassment restraining order can order the restrained person to stay away from you, not contact you, and not harass, threaten, or stalk you.
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