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Declaration In Support Of Ex Parte Application {MER-0003}

This is a California form that can be used for Family Court within Local County, Merced.

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Attorney or Party Without Attorney (Name, Address, SB #) Reserved for Clerk's File Stamp ___________________________ Petitioner, vs. ___________________________ Respondent. Declaration in Support of Ex Parte Application for Orders Case No. _____________ Hearing Date: _______________ _____________________ Dept __________________ Hearing Date ________________ TimeTime: ___________________ Dept: ___________ I the: Petitioner declare the following: Respondent Other Parent Other ______________ 1. I would like the Judicial Officer to order: Emergency Custody Order Domestic Violence Restraining Order Order Shortening Time Other: _______________________ 2. Reason ex parte relief is necessary: ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ 3. Name of opposing party (or attorney): ________________________________________________________________________ 4. Was notice of the Ex Parte Request given to the other party? 5. YES NO NOTICE WAS GIVEN: The opposing parties were notified of the relief requested and that an Ex-Parte Hearing would be heard by the Court on (date) _______________ at 8:45 a.m. as indicated below: Page 1 of 2 MER-0003 Rev JAN-2013 American LegalNet, Inc. a. b. c. Notice was given to : Other Parent Attorney for: Plaintiff/Petitioner Defendant/Respondent Other ___________________________ d. Notification occurred on (date):_________________ at (time) _______________. Note: notice must be given AT LEAST the day before the hearing by 10:00 a.m. e. Manner of notification as per CRC 5.165(a) : By Voicemail Message 6. NOTICE NOT GIVEN: Notice of this request was not given to the other party because: a. This is a request for a Domestic Violence Restraining Order. b. Notice of this request would frustrate the purpose of the order sought for the following reason: __________________________________________________________________. Applicant would suffer immediate and irreparable harm before this matter could be heard. (explain in detail) ____________________________________________________________________. A reasonable and good faith effort to notify the opposing party was made but notification was unsuccessful. (Describe in detail attempts made) ____________________________________________________________________. By Phone In Writing c. d. Notice: After providing notice each party is to be served with the documents at the first reasonable opportunity. I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the above information is true and correct. Dated: _______________ By: Printed Name Signature American LegalNet, Inc.

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