Helping Clients in Emergency Ex Parte Hearings in California

There are certain situations where you need immediate intervention from the court to protect your rights. One common situation involves allegations of domestic abuse. Other situations include your ex-spouse planning to move with the children without giving proper notice, or if your spouse is emptying joint bank accounts. In any of these situations, it is important to take action immediately. I am family lawyer Paula D. Kleinman. My law firm helps individuals seek emergency ex parte orders during serious times. Contact me immediately to discuss your situation.

Ex parte hearings are used to address emergencies, such as abuse, moving without notice, wasting assets or other serious issues. I will discuss your situation with you and help you determine whether the court is likely to hear your complaint in an ex parte hearing. I have more than 10 years of legal experience, and understand what the court considers to be emergencies. If you have an emergency, you can count on me to present an effective case to the court within a short time frame.

I Can also Defend People on Short Notice

In San Diego County, the person requesting the ex parte hearing has to notify the other party of the hearing by 10 a.m. the day before the hearing. If you have just been given notice of a hearing, you need a lawyer immediately. I have defended many individuals in ex parte hearings, and fully understand all of the procedures involved in these matters.

If a judge grants your relief in an ex parte hearing, the court will schedule another hearing within a short period of time to decide whether or not to grant permanent relief. My law firm is able to protect your rights throughout the length of the legal process.

Contact a Vista Ex Parte Attorney at the Law Offices of Paula D. Kleinman

Call at 760-542-6072 or e-mail me to schedule a free initial consultation.