Asked over 2 years ago - Claremont, CAFlag
reserved. there are young kids and the custody has already been settled but not the belongings, support of any kind etc. which boxes in #2 would ably or what do they mean??
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2.c. would be the only one that might apply. It gives your consent to have the case heard by a commissioner instead of by a family law judge. Many of these commissioners are very knowledgeable and do as good a job as a sitting judge. Some people prefer judges.
The other paragraphs should not be checked unless you have a complete agreement as to property and support, as well as custody and visitation.
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