You can have your judgment filed in one State or County and then registered in another. When you register an out-of-state or out-of-county case where you live, you will be assigned a local case number. Depending on what you may be trying to modify, once registered, you can seek court orders in the court where you registered your out-of-state (or county) case. However, if you are seeking to modify a child custody order, you will need to have the case’s venue changed to the court in the State and in the County where the minor child(ren) live.
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Law Offices of Tobie B. Waxman
Devoted to the Practice of Family Law
(310) 410-9902 | 400 Corporate Pointe, Suite 300 | Culver City, CA 90230
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