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Divorce doesn’t need to be painful
Filing for divorce in Placer County is never easy, but the process can be made much easier by hiring the right attorney.
You need an experienced family law attorney who knows how to make the process as painless as possible while getting fair results for your case. Hughes Law Group has successfully helped our family law and divorce clients in Roseville with child custody, child support, spousal support, property division and other issues related to legal separation or dissolution of marriage (divorce) cases since 1993.
How a Roseville divorce lawyer can help.
You don’t need to struggle with family law issues. Hughes Law Group can advise and advocate for you.
We’ll handle the details so you can focus on moving forward.
Our team works closely with you to create a plan that meets your needs while providing personalized attention throughout the process.
Helpful Information and Links for the Placer County Superior Court
The Placer County courthouse physical addresses are:
Bill Santucci Justice Center
(Used for Shorter “Law and Motion” Family Law Hearings)
10820 Justice Center Drive
Roseville, CA 95678
(Departments 30 through 44)
8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
(Used for “Long Cause” hearings and Family Law trials)
101 Maple Street
Auburn, CA 95603
(Departments 1 – 6)
Family Law Division Clerks
Available via telephone Monday through Friday
(excluding noon to 1:00 for lunch) at
(916) 408-6000 (option 6).
Superior Court clerks can be helpful with procedural questions but only licensed California attorneys can give any legal advice.
The Placer County general mailing address is:
Placer County Superior Court
P.O. Box 619072
Roseville, CA 95661-9072
Placer County Local Rules of Court
Local Rules are usually updated every January.
The most recent Covid-19 regulations and procedures are located on the court website main page under INFORMATION REGARDING INFORMATION
Placer County Superior Court Fee Schedule
Placer County Electronic Filing. Documents filed by attorneys are processed via electronic filing through a designated Electronic Service Provider set up by each family law firm. Parties representing themselves may file documents in person at either the Roseville or Auburn court locations.
Placer County Court Approved Providers List
This list provides information for divorce and custody cases such as parenting classes, co-parenting classes, supervised visitation providers, domestic violence support groups, anger management and domestic violence education and other services.
Placer County Superior Court Video Appearance Scheduling
Some, but not all, court hearings may proceed via video appearance. If your Roseville or Auburn hearing is not listed in the system after accessing the remote appearance center, a personal appearance may be required. Current rules require scheduling video appearance access before 4:00 pm the business day before your hearing, but not earlier than 30 days prior.
For hearings which the court does not automatically set for video appearance, parties and attorneys may file a specific form with the court to request a video appearance. Notice of the request must be provided to the opposing party or opposing attorney. This is the Placer County Remote Appearance Form.
TELEPHONE CLERK FOR VIDEO APPEARANCES:
For issues regarding video access setup, etc. contact 916-408-6405. For issues with access DURING HEARING SESSIONS contact 916-644-1076 (hit *00) and wait for assistance.
To request a continuance of a hearing, the Placer County Local form (Form #PLA-0083) must be faxed to the court BY NOON TWO DAYS BEFORE THE HEARING. The court fax number is 916-408-6284. A confirming letter must also be attached to the form and faxed to the court stating that both parties or attorneys agree to continue the hearing.