This is a legal form that was released by the California Superior Court - a government authority operating within California.
The document is provided in Vietnamese. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is Form EA-100 V?
A: Form EA-100 V is a request form for Elder or Dependent Adult Abuse Restraining Orders in California.
Q: Who can use Form EA-100 V?
A: Any person who is seeking a restraining order to protect an elder or dependent adult from abuse in California can use Form EA-100 V.
Q: What is the purpose of Form EA-100 V?
A: The purpose of Form EA-100 V is to request a restraining order to prevent abuse or neglect of an elder or dependent adult.
Q: How do I fill out Form EA-100 V?
A: You need to provide information about yourself, the elder or dependent adult you are seeking protection for, and the reasons you are requesting a restraining order.
Q: What should I do after filling out Form EA-100 V?
A: After filling out Form EA-100 V, you should file it with the court clerk and wait for further instructions from the court.
Q: What happens after I file Form EA-100 V?
A: After you file Form EA-100 V, the court will review your request and may schedule a hearing to decide whether to grant the restraining order.
Q: Is there a fee for filing Form EA-100 V?
A: There is usually no fee for filing Form EA-100 V, but you may have to pay a fee if you request additional services or if the court grants the restraining order.
Q: Can I get help with filling out Form EA-100 V?
A: Yes, you can seek assistance from a domestic violence advocate, an attorney, or a court facilitator to help you fill out Form EA-100 V.
Q: How long does a restraining order last?
A: The length of a restraining order can vary, but it is typically issued for a specified period of time, such as one year.
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