I agree with counsel about the need to get the venue changed to the proper county. However, rather than file a full blown motion, contact your ex and ask her to stipulate to a change of venue, then prepare the stipulation with a proposed order and send it through to the court for processing with a cover letter explaining venue is improper and that you seek to have it changed through a stipulated order which you need him/her to sign. If you have any problems feel free to contact me directly here in Tracy, I will gladly give you a one hour free consultation. 209-830-0400. If you have found this helpful and/or the best answer, please relay that information to the attorney by checking on the appropriate box below. It is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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You need to file a request to change venue/jurisdiction if it was not filed in the proper county. You can seek assistance at the Family Law Facilitator or on the court's website might have the information in the self-help center.
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I agree with counsel. Contact court administration and ask about filing for a change of venue.
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File a motion to change venue. After the judge grants your motion to change venue, make sure you go to the clerk's office and pay the fees and request the actual file be sent to the proper county.
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