Effective Monday, April 19, 2021, the Court’s AB 1058 Child Support Commissioner Program courtrooms, Clerk’s Office, and the Family Law Facilitator Office will relocate from Central Civil West Courthouse (CCW), located at 600 S. Commonwealth Ave., Los Angeles, to the Stanley Mosk Courthouse (SMC), located at 111 N. Hill St., Los Angeles. All court-related functions at CCW will cease on April 16.
Cases with hearing dates on or after April 19 will be heard by the existing court commissioner at SMC on the same date and time currently scheduled unless otherwise noticed. Notices will be mailed to parties with upcoming hearing dates. A flyer will be attached to new filings notifying the parties of the changed location. Below is a list of the new courtroom assignments.
New Courtroom Assignments:
Courtroom phone numbers will remain the same.
Clerk’s Office – AB 1058 Child Support Commissioner Program
The Clerk’s Office – AB 1058 Child Support Commissioner Program is moving from Room 314 at CCW to Room 425B (4th floor) at SMC. All documents must be filed at SMC effective April 19 either via U.S. mail, the document drop boxes located on the Grand Street entrance of the SMC, or in-person. On-site, in-person services will continue to be available by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, call (213) 351-7500.
Family Law Facilitator Office
The Family Law Facilitator Office is moving from Room 1602 at CCW to Room 426 (4th floor) at SMC. On-site, in-person services will continue to be available by appointment only. To schedule a telephone, Webex, or on-site appointment, call the Self-Help Center at (213) 830-0845.
In accordance with the General Order No. 2020-GEN-025-00, access to the courthouse is restricted and all persons are required to wear a face mask over their nose and mouth while in a courthouse. Persons whose disabilities preclude them from wearing face coverings (see California Department of Public Health Guidance Concerning the Use of Face Coverings issued on June 18, 2020) are urged to seek an accommodation under Rule 1.100 of the California Rules of Court in advance of their court appearance or appointment.
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