My attorney was ordered to create it but he no longer works for me so I made it and sent it out to the other party. The other party disagrees to it so I asked him to give me his comment but what happens if he creates his own and doesn't show it to me and submits it to court before I submit mine?
Can someone tell me what I can do if he does something like that because I think he will do something like that.
Please see this link for the rules about Findings and Orders after hearing. http://www.courts.ca.gov/cms/rules/index.cfm?title=five&linkid=rule5_125
If the other party does not provide his comments to the FOAH within 20 days of you serving him, then you can submit it to the court without his comments or approval, but you need to follow the procedure set forth in the rules I linked you to.
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I agree with Atty Campbell but it seems that he is already submitting his, so you need to do the declaration that you provided yours to him, he objects, so you are submitting yours.
You should order the court transcript from the court hearing to find out what exactly the court ordered...
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