Can i file for a visitation schedule time adjustment and what grounds do i need to do so?
2 attorney answers
You need to hire a licensed California Family Law Attorney to represent you and help you out on an immediate basis. Court litigation can be very tricky, very complex, etc. You need to answer the question of how is what you are proposing in the best interest(s) of the minor child or the minor children involved?
When you go to mediation in Santa Clara County Family Court, the mediator will mail out a written version of the agreement(s) that you make. This written version will have a cover letter that explains that you have ten (10) days to file objections to the draft agreement.
If you don't file objections, then after ten (10) days, the court signs it and makes it a court order.
The pre-mediation Orientation explains all of this, as does the cover letter to the draft agreement. It pays to pay attention to these details.
You are free to file a new RFO to ask for a return to mediation.
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