Probate Ex Parte Coversheet Form. This is a California form and can be use in San Diego Local County.
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SDSC PR-136 (Rev. 5/19)EX PARTE COVERSHEET Page 1 of 2 Mandatory Form ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name, State Bar number, and address): TELEPHONE NO.: FAX NO.(Optional): EMAIL ADDRESS (Optional): ATTORNEY FOR (Name): FOR COURT USE ONLY SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO CENTRAL DIVISION, CENTRAL COURTHOUSE, 1100 UNION ST., SAN DIEGO, CA 92101 IN THE MATTER OF CONSERVATORSHIP GUARDIANSHIP TRUST ESTATE OTHER: CASE NUMBER EX PARTE COVERSHEET HEARING DATE & TIME DEPT EX PARTES WILL BE REVIEWED BY THE COURT UPON PROPER NOTICE AND ALLEGATION OF URGENCY. Petitioner requests that the ex parte application be heard as a: (select one) DROP APPEARANCE Note: Contested matters must be heard as an appearance. (SDSC Local Rule 4.7.5.E) Title of underlying petition: Petitioner(s): (name and relationship to case subject) Objector(s): (name and relationship to case subject) Reason(s) for urgency: (describe) Examiner Use Only Probate Examiner: (name) Y ES | N O Notice requirements met: Scheduled hearings: Defects/Comments: Judicial Officer222s Response / Order(s) to be issued: Ex Parte Application granted. Ex Parte Application denied with prejudice without prejudice. Letters expire on: (date) . Guardian Ad Litem to be appointed. Court Appointed Attorney to be appointed. Court Investigation ordered. Set hearing on: (date) . Other Orders: Date: Reviewing Judicial Officer: (Initials) American LegalNet, Inc. SDSC PR-136 (Rev. 5/19) EX PARTE COVERSHEET Page 2 of 2 Mandatory Form INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING AN EX PARTE REQUEST An original and one copy of the following documents must be submitted at the time of filing: (1) Ex Parte Coversheet (SDSC Form #PR-136): Complete this coversheet with the exception of the examiner/judicial officer sections. (2) Petition: This is your request for relief. An affirmative factual showing by declaration containing competent testimony based on personal knowledge of irreparable harm, immediate danger, or any other statutory, or local rule basis for ex parte relief, must be set forth in the petition. If there is a mandatory Judicial Council form for the particular relief you are requesting, it must be used. Otherwise, you must submit your application on pleading paper using the proper format set forth in Cal. Rules of Court, rule 2.100 et seq. All ex parte applications must be verified pursuant to Prob. Code 247 1021 et. seq. The Ex Parte Coversheet (SDSC Form #PR-136) is not your petition. (3) Order: The proposed order must set forth all relief requested. If there is a mandatory Judicial Council form it must be used. Otherwise, you must submit your order on pleading paper using the proper format set forth in Cal. Rules of Court, rule 2.100 et seq. (4) Declaration of Notice: A separate declaration of notice which includes the date, time, and manner of service, name of the party informed, the relief sought, any response, and whether opposition is expected, or a declaration stating reasons why notice should not be required, must accompany every request for an ex parte order. The court will not consider a request to waive notice when the recipient222s address is unknown unless the declaration required by Cal. Rules of Court, rule 7.52 is submitted. Declaration re Ex Parte Notice (SDSC Form #PR-136A) may be used. Failure to submit all of the documents and information required by SDSC Local Rule 4.7.5.C may result in the denial of your request. Hearings and Fees: Guidelines for setting hearings and fees are set forth in SDSC Local Rule 4.7.6. Additionally, specific ex parte rules for each department can be found on the court222s website at www.sdcourt.ca.gov under Probate Rules/Department Rules. American LegalNet, Inc.