After the Court Hearing

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In California, if all paperwork needed for the court hearing was correctly completed and the judge made a decision, he or she will have signed a court order stating what decision was made. However...

THE CASE IS NOT COMPLETED UNTIL THE PERSON SEEKING PROTECTION
HAS FILED THE ORDER(S) AT THE CLERK'S OFFICE.


After the court hearing you have to file your Order

It is very important that the Order(s) be filed to complete the court process and allow the Restraining Order to take effect.


This section will give you information about:


For more information about what to do if the restrained person does not follow the court order, click here

 


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