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How long does the respondent have to answer?
The paperwork that is served on the respondent will typically indicate the amount of time that the respondent has to file their answer. Typically, they will have at least 20 days to respond. States have different laws and requirements regarding what can and/or should be filed.
How long does a respondent have to answer in California?
In California, the respondent will have 30 days from the date of service to file a response with the court. This is the non-filing spouse’s opportunity to raise any concerns they may have about the proposed divorce and offer alternative terms.
How many days do you have to serve a request for order in California?
A Responsive Declaration to the Request for Order must be filed and served with any supporting documents within 9 Calendar days of the hearing.
How long do I have to file a response?
Generally, you have 30 days AFTER the date you are served to file a response with the court. The 30 days include weekend days and court holidays.
What happens if my husband doesn’t respond to divorce papers UK?
If you do not respond in time Your husband or wife might still be able to continue with the divorce if the court decides that you received the application. The court might deliver the papers personally to you so that there’s proof you’ve received them. You might have to pay the cost of this.
What happens if you don’t respond to a request for order?
If you do not respond, the court may make orders about your children without taking into account your wishes. Even if you do not respond, go to the court hearing and participate in any mediation that the court orders if you want to have any input in the court’s decision about custody and visitation of your children.
What is responsive request for order?
GENERAL INFORMATION. The purpose of a Responsive Declaration to Request for Order (FL-320) is to provide you an opportunity to respond to a Request for Orders filed in your family law case. A Response allows you to tell the court if you agree or disagree with the request made by the moving party.