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California Code of Civil Procedure Section 1005

Lakewood, CA |
Filed under: Litigation

States that a Response must be provided 9 days before trial. We go to trial on Tues. so there will be no Response to my Declaration. The Minor's Counsel spoke with my ex-wife's lawyer and he confirmed and said that none will be filed.
What will the Judge's legal reaction and potential ruling on this.

Attorney Answers 1


No one can Avvo knows anything about what you've filed, so no one is going to be able to have any response to what the judge's potential ruling might be.

If your ex has a lawyer, you're best off with one too, as pro per litigants generally don't do well in court representing themselves.

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