i read on AVVO that you can register your judgment and order and enforce or modify it at your new county. Does that mean you can go straight to your local court without filing for a change of venue?
If it's possible to do this can someone tell me the time frame? how much time it takes to enter the order and when can you file to modify?
No - one usually registers a Judgment in a different state. You have to file an RFO to change venue.
Before going through the procedures of filing an RFO to change venue, waiting for the hearing, etc., consider filing an RFO to modify in your current county. It may end up being less expensive and quicker to do that. Depending on the relief you're requesting, maybe the clerk/court will allow you to appear via telephone or video.
Please be advised this response is being provided for informational purposes only. It is not meant or intended to be relied upon as legal advice.
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