If a judge "strikes" a motion to "quash", based on a filing error, can I still file the same motion in 5 days?

Asked about 1 year ago - La Puente, CA

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  1. Herb Fox

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    Answered . What to you mean by a "filing" error? And why would you only have 5 days to refile? It is because your 30 day deadline from service of the summons is coming due?
    Putting those questions aside, if the motion was stricken for a true "filing error" - and I am gueesing that you mean some kind of technical error and that it was not stricken for its merit - there should be no impediment to refiling it as long as you correct that error (of course). If you want any more specific advice you should consult with an attorney.

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  2. Robert Jason De Groot

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    Answered . You might be able to file an amended motion, but this time you have to have the husband show up for the hearing.

    R. Jason de Groot, Esq., 386-337-8239

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