Family Law cases can involve a number of issues such as:
Spousal or Domestic Partner Support
July 31, 2012:
Family Court Services is pleased to announce that the mediation orientation program is now available on-line!
The Our Children First Program is the Court's new orientation to mediation. You can locate the program by going to Online Services, Our Children First. Completion of this on-line class satisfies the Court's requirement for parents to complete a mediation orientation. [If you previously completed the Parents and Children Together class (PACT), you are not required to complete this on-line program.]
May 17, 2013:
The Central Family Law Judgment Unit is currently processing judgment packages for the week of
April 1, 2013 and Requests to Enter Default for the week of May 6, 2013.
You can check the status of your judgment or default by entering your case
number in "Case
You will find orders of the court related to Family Law matters.
You will find the court rules that are used only in the Los Angeles Superior
You can get a summary of your case. All you need is your case number.
You can access up to 14 days of the court calendar to find your court date.
Our Children First Program
You can complete the Court's orientation to mediation on-line. All you need is your case number to access the program.
Divorce Judgment Documents
You can order copies of divorce judgments online. Copies of imaged divorce judgments from the County Records Center/Archives may now be ordered via this web site. A simple question and answer program will assist you in submitting your order. You will need a valid credit card and information about the divorce case.
Custody Mediation Appointment
You can schedule an appointment with a Mediator using your case number. You
must have a court hearing day or be in the process of filing for a hearing with
a child custody/visitation dispute.
Counselor and Evaluator Directory
You can search for professionals that provide counseling services for families
experiencing conflict surrounding the custody and/or visitation of their
children and/or perform child custody evaluations.