When a professional provider of supervised visitation prepares their report in accordance with California Rules of Court, Standard 5.20, (j), (3), what form does one of the parties use to file the report with the San Diego Superior Court?
The monitor should be familiar with how they file they report with the court. If you have any questions, you should contact the Clerk in charge of the courtroom where your case is being heard...
Assuming it is not a confidential report ordered by the Court and or agreed by the parties, you can attach the professional supervisor report to a Third-Party Declaration form, also found as MC-030 (http://www.courts.ca.gov/documents/mc030.pdf). Make sure you have the supervisor sign the MC-030 form.
Also, depending on whether you're the moving party or the responding party, you'd need to file and serve the Declaration MC-030 16 court days or 9 court days before the Request for Order hearing.
You should seriously consider consulting with a local family law attorney to best strategize your case!
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