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Blog Posts in March, 2017

  • Pomona Courthouse Family Law Department: Department D

    Department D of the Pomona courthouse is first courtroom as you exist the elevator. As with the other departments, they may or may not open their doors at 8:30 a.m. Often if there are large lines of people outside waiting to get in the building, all of the courtrooms tend to open later. Commissioner Rocky L. Crabb is the judicial officer assigned to Department D. You must check in with the Bailiff ...
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  • Pomona Courthouse Family Law Department: Department C

    Department C of the Pomona courthouse is located in the middle of the hallway. As with the other departments, they may or may not open their doors at 8:30 a.m. Often if there are large lines of people outside waiting to get in the building, all of the courtrooms tend to open later. Commissioner Christian is the judicial officer assigned to Department C. Before you enter the courtroom, make sure ...
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  • Pomona Courthouse Family: Law Department B

    Department B is located at the end of the hallway and the current bench officer is John Slawson who previously sat in Torrance, Ca. The doors to the courtroom should open at approximately 8:30 a.m. (Although in the last 11 years that I have been to the Pomona courthouse, I can count only a handful of times that they have opened up on time). Litigants enter the courtroom and take a seat. After the ...
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  • Pomona Courthouse Family Law Department Updates

    There have been some changes at the Pomona courthouse Family Law department in the last few years so I will be posting individual updates on each of the three Family Law judicial officers for 2017 as well as providing an overview of the Pomona courthouse in general. The Pomona courthouse is located at 400 Civic Center Plaza Pomona, Ca 91766. Parking is available across the street for $8.00 or you ...
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  • In a move away case, does it matter whether I am the custodial or non-custodial parent?

    The custodial parent has the presumptive right to change the residence of the minor child and is not required to show the move is necessary, but rather that the move is not prejudicial to the child's best interest. This presumptive right does not apply to the non-custodial parent and they are saddled with the burden of showing that the move is detrimental to the child's best interest. If the ...
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