Effective November 2, the LASC’s Family Law Division will implement a number of changes to courtroom operations, including bench assignments, at the Compton, Whittier, and Stanley Mosk Courthouses.
Requests for Temporary Restraining Orders not filed in an existing Family Law case will be randomly assigned. Requests for Temporary Restraining Orders filed in an existing Family Law case will be heard in the assigned home court.
All matters currently calendared in the departments mentioned above shall remain scheduled on the dates and times previously set unless otherwise notified.
Counsel and parties are instructed to identify the assigned judicial officer and department beneath the case number on the first page of all documents filed with the clerk.
For complete details, please go to https://sfvba.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/20-NTA-FAMILY-LAW-CHANGES-ANNOUNCED.pdf