This is a legal form that was released by the California Superior Court - 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-110 K?
A: Form CH-110 K is a Temporary Restraining Order form in California, available in Korean language.
Q: What is a Temporary Restraining Order?
A: A Temporary Restraining Order is a legal order that protects an individual from harassment, abuse, or threats until a court hearing can take place.
Q: Who can use Form CH-110 K?
A: Form CH-110 K can be used by Korean-speaking individuals in California who need to file for a Temporary Restraining Order.
Q: Do I need to hire an attorney to fill out Form CH-110 K?
A: No, you do not need an attorney to fill out Form CH-110 K. However, it is recommended to seek legal advice if you have any questions or concerns.
Q: How do I fill out Form CH-110 K?
A: To fill out Form CH-110 K, you need to provide your personal information, details about the person you are seeking protection from, and explain why you need a Temporary Restraining Order.
Q: What should I do after filling out Form CH-110 K?
A: After filling out Form CH-110 K, you should file it with the clerk's office at your local county courthouse and obtain a copy for your records.
Q: Is there a fee to file Form CH-110 K?
A: There may be a filing fee to submit Form CH-110 K. The fee amount can vary depending on the county where you file the form.
Q: How long does a Temporary Restraining Order last?
A: A Temporary Restraining Order typically lasts for a few weeks or until the court hearing, where a judge will decide whether to issue a permanent restraining order.
Q: What if I need immediate protection?
A: If you need immediate protection, you can request an emergency protective order from law enforcement or contact a domestic violence hotline for assistance.
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