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Elliott VS Elliott

Case Last Refreshed: 2 months, 3 weeks

Case Overview

On March 26, 2010 A Civil case was filed by Elliott, Sharon, against Elliott, Steven, in the jurisdiction of Alameda County.

Case Details

Case Number

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Filing Date

March 26, 2010

Last Refreshed

Feb 23, 2021

Filing Location

Alameda County, CA

Category

Dissolution of Marriage

Practice Area

Family

Matter Type

Divorce,Separation

Case Cycle Time

1902 days

Time to First Dissmisal Order

1463 days

Verdict

Unclassified

Case Documents

Case History

Type Title - Description Documents
Docket Event Notice of Withdrawal of Attorney of Record Filed
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage

judge: Brad Seligman

Settlement Conference

judge: Brad Seligman

Docket Event Declaration for Default or Uncontested Filed
Docket Event Notice of Entry of Order Filed
Docket Event Stipulation and Waiver of Final Declaration of Disclosure Filed
Docket Event OSC - Family Law Commenced and Completed
Docket Event Appearance, Stipulations, and Waivers Filed
Docket Event Judgment of Dissolution Filed
Docket Event Settlement Conference - Family Law Commenced and Completed
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