attorney sent me his proposed DV-RO. I notified the opposing attorney with my objection to his proposed RO since it contradicted the terms the judge stated in court. Nevertheless and without me knowing or notified, the opposing attorney submitted his proposed RO and had it signed by another judge since the trial judge was not available.
Did the opposing attorney have the right to submit an RO in ex parte without me knowing and without a hearing where I could state my objections to the terms of this proposed RO? And what statutory and case laws govern the submission of such proposed DVRO in ex parte?
You need to speak to an attorney; there's a specific procedure for filing an objection to a proposed order, (take a look at Cal. Rules of Court 5.125) and if you didn't follow it, then the court may have not taken any notice of your objection. You now need to get the order corrected, which means that you'll need to order a transcript, and you'll almost certainly need to hire an attorney to straighten this out.
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