Registration of Foreign Orders in San Diego
Obligations Outside of the State
At Fair Cadora, APC, we know how difficult it can be to ensure that your previous spouse or significant other follows the orders provided by the court. Often, people believe that they can neglect their obligations by moving to another state or country, or simply disregard a court order they had prior to moving to a new state, yet this is untrue.
If your previous spouse is refusing to follow through with a court order, such as paying child support or spousal support, it’s time you contacted our firm. Our San Diego divorce attorneys can file a registration of foreign order to work toward ensuring that your previous court order is recognized and enforced by the state of California.
Registration in California
If a court order is made in another country or state, it must be registered in California for it to be enforceable. Without the registration of a foreign order, state agencies, such as the California Department of Child Support Services, have no legal means to enforce the order.
Our firm can assist you in:
Filing your registration of a foreign order
Compiling evidence of previous court orders
Researching foreign legal practices for your registration
One of the major hurdles to overcome is providing a detailed history of prior court proceedings, decisions, or agreements made outside of California, yet our San Diego divorce lawyers are prepared to assit you in this challenge.
Register Your Foriegn Order Before it's too Late
Registration of foreign orders need to be handled in a timely fashion to ensure that your attorney can obtain the necessary documentation for your case. At Fair Cadora, APC, after we sit down with you to discuss the specifics of your case, it is our aim to work to remedy your problem as quickly as possible. Our San Diego family law attorneys have the skills and tenacity you desire and are ready to fight on your behalf.
Ready to move on with your life? Call 619.432.3555 or contact us online to discuss your matter.