Restraining Orders Programs

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The description of the programs below represent efforts by individual trial courts to enhance access
to justice throughout the state. If you are looking for specific guidance on any of these topics, please
visit our Online Self-Help Center.  

Domestic Violence E-Fax Filing Program - Riverside Superior Court
Petitioners complete requests for domestic violence restraining orders online. Requests are then electronically fax filed.

Restraining Order Center (ROC)
A filing window and self-help assistance center that provides the public with one location at which to obtain targeted assistance, file paperwork, have petitions adjudicated, and set hearing dates.

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Alternative Dispute Resolution: Civil Mediation Project - Nevada Superior Court
Volunteer mediators are available to mediate small claims, unlawful detainer, and civil harassment cases at the time of the court calendars.

Family Law: Family Court Services Online Orientation - Santa Clara Superior Court
An online orientation is now being offered for Family Court Service participants. Parties ordered to attend orientation now have the option of choosing to attend a class in person or online by logging on to their home computer, laptop, or mobile device.

Justice Partners Collaboration: Binational Justice Project - Imperial Superior Court
The court signed agreements with Mexican authorities to permit enforcement of family court orders across the nation's border. The court also partnered with Mexican entities to provide free legal services to self-represented family law litigants.

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