Frequently Asked Questions
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|When is my court date?
|You should receive a letter from the Office of the Attorney General or Domestic Relations Office with the court date or served with a show cause that has the date.
|What if I need a translator?
|Please contact the Court Coordinator.
|Where do I park?
|There is metered parking on the streets around the courthouse or you may park in the parking garage.
|Do I need an attorney?
That is up to you. The Office of the Attorney General and/or Domestic Relations Office does not represent either party, and therefore you must decide how you need to proceed to protect your interests and the interests of your child.
|Will the Judge hear my case today?
|This depends on the type of case and what needs to be heard. You have the right to ask to see the Judge.
|What do I need to bring to court?
|Income documentation, health insurance information and any other information that is important to your case.
|Can I bring my children?
|What if I need to reset my case?
|Call whichever OAG or DRO office that is handling your case.
|What if I want to close my case?
|You need to contact the office that handles your case to see if it can be closed. The court cannot close your case.
|When I call the Office of the Attorney General, I cannot get through to anyone?
|We are not part of the Office of the Attorney General; we cannot help you with this.