Who needs a Form FL 300?
A person representing themselves in a court during family law proceedings should file the Request for Order form (FL-300) for asking for court orders.
What is Form FL 300 for?
This fillable FL 300 form is a combination of previously known forms Order to Show Cause (FL-300), Notice of Motion (FL-301), and Application for Order and Supporting Declaration (FL-310). This form specifies the type and nature of the orders requested by the person involved in the proceedings.
Is Court Form FL 300 accompanied by other forms?
Depending on the nature of orders you need the following forms may accompany the Request for Order FL-300:
- Temporary Emergency Court Orders (Fl-305);
- Income and Expense Declaration (FL-150);
- Completed Financial Statement (FL-155);
- Witness List (FL-321);
- Show Cause and Affidavit for Contempt (FL-410);
- Domestic Violence Protection Act (DV-100) and others.
When is California Form FL 300 due?
After you received your FL 300 Court Form that got stamped and dated, you must serve another party to your case with this Request for Order at least 16 days prior to the hearings. Add 5 days to this terms if you will use the mail service.
How do I fill out FL 300 fillable form?
You have to provide personal information, the case number, a list of all the forms submitted to the court during the trial and check all the boxes that apply to the order you are requesting. You can filing your request for order package only with the court clerk after the court fee was paid.
Where do I send Form FL 300?
Stamped and filed in court, this request should be sent to the party that is listed in the request.