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Petitioning the court is the act of asking the court to hear a case. Any case that is heard before a court, no matter whether it is a divorce case or a child custody one, must first go through a petition.How do you petition the court without an attorney?
Any case that is heard in a court of law is received as a petition first. To petition the court without attorney, you must obtain the appropriate form and request a court date or hearing. By filing the form, you are "petitioning" the court to hear the case.Do you need a lawyer to petition the court?
You petition a court as an individual the same way an attorney petitions the court. Unless you are part of a corporation, partnership or other business entity there is no requirement that an individual person have an attorney.What forms do you need to file contempt of court?
If the other party to a lawsuit has refused to obey an order of the court, you can file a motion for contempt. Actually, you file a document called "Order to Show Cause and Affidavit for Contempt.". If you are filing this in California Family Court, use form FL-410.