In this episode, we will talk about what you can do if you receive a notice of case review default letter for your California divorce.
We have been talking about the courts sending out notice of case review default letters. What we are seeing is that when your California divorce case has sat with the court for a while, but has not finished yet, the court will review the California divorce case to see if it can be concluded by default.
A default is when the other party does not file a response and is not participating in the case. So if the court sees that a few months have gone by and the Petitioner has not already field the request to enter default form, the court will send out a letter notifying the Petitioner that they need to appear at a hearing to determine if your case should proceed as a default case.