How do I dismiss my divorce case in California? If you file the Petition for Dissolution and after some time, you are reconsidering your decision, you can stop the divorce case by filing a Request for Dismissal (CIV-110) and a Notice of Entry of Dismissal (CIV-120).
What is a request for dismissal California? If you file an lawsuit and you decide you do not want to move forward, you can ask the court to dismiss the case.
How do I file a motion to dismiss in California? A party seeking dismissal of a case under Code of Civil Procedure sections 583.410-583.430 must serve and file a notice of motion at least 45 days before the date set for hearing of the motion. The party may, with the memorandum, serve and file a declaration stating facts in support of the motion.
Does a request for dismissal need a proof of service California? Whoever serves the forms must complete the Notice of Entry of Dismissal and Proof of Service form (CIV-120) and give it back to you. You must file the original and a copy of this form at the Clerk’s Office.