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Effective December 20, 2021

and through January 31, 2022, the Self-Help Center will ONLY be available by email, and NOT by telephone.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

A partir del 20 de diciembre, 2021 hasta el 31 de enero, 2022, el Centro de ayuda solo estará disponible por email, y no por teléfono.  Disculpen las molestias.

PUBLIC HEALTH NOTICE

- Face coverings required for everyone while inside the courthouse, regardless of vaccination status.

ADVISO DE SALUD PÚBLICA - Deberá usar cubrebocas en el edificio del tribunal, aunque esté vacunado.

PUBLIC HEALTH NOTICE

 Se requieren cubiertas faciales para todos mientras están dentro de la corte, independientemente del estado de vacunación. AVISO DE SALUD PÚBLICA - Deberá usar cubrebocas en el edificio de la corte, aunque esté vacunado.

Tentative Rulings

Civil Law & Motion

Prior to a Civil Law & Motion or Probate hearing, the Court may issue a tentative ruling pursuant to California Rule of Court 3.1308. Unless a party requests to appear, and notifies both the opposing party and the Court, no hearing will be held and the tentative ruling will become the order of the Court.

California Rule of Court 3.1308

Access to Tentative Rulings and Ex Parte Decisions

The Court’s decision regarding a civil or probate request for ex parte decision is available at 1:30 p.m. the day of the Court’s review.

Tentative rulings are available after 3:00pm on the court day prior to the hearing. You may view tentative rulings online.

If you do not find or hear information regarding your particular case, and you have not previously been informed that you are excused from the calendar, an appearance is required.

Advising the Clerk's Office of Appearance

A party wishing to appear to provide oral argument must advise the opposing party and the Court no later than 4:00pm on the court day before the hearing by e-mail.

E-mail: tr@mendocino.courts.ca.gov

If you do not notify the opposing party and the Court by 4:00pm on the court day before the hearing, no hearing will be held.

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