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NOTICE RE: FAMILY LAW CASE SCHEDULING
General Family Law Calendar Assignment Overview

NOTICE RE: SERVICES OF OFFICIAL COURT REPORTERS
Notice 11-22-10
Notice 7-23-12 UPDATE


  Family Court Location
1130 O Street
Second Floor
Fresno, CA 93721-2220

Telephone: (559) 457-2100
Fax: (559) 457-2141

Hours:
Courthouse: 8 AM – 5 PM
Clerk’s Office: Monday-Thursday: 8AM - 3PM
Friday: 8AM-12PM Noon

The Family Law Facilitator' s Office and Self Help Office Hours remain:

Monday-Tuesday, Thursday-Friday: 8 AM - 4 PM
Closed on Wednesday.

For a map to the B.F. Sisk Courthouse location, click here.

Family Law is the general term used to refer to the various actions regarding marital relationships and relationships between parents and children, as well as violence between family, friends or acquaintances. The Family Law Department assists people with the following legal issues:

  • Divorce, Legal Separation, Nullity
  • Establishing Parentage
  • Child Custody and Visitation
  • Child Support, Spousal Support, Family Support
  • Marital Property Division
  • Domestic Violence Restraining Orders

Fresno Superior Court provides interpreting services to all trial court proceedings in criminal, traffic, and juvenile delinquency proceedings. For more information, click on the FAQ button on this page.

Other Types of Cases Involving Children

Information specific to children under 18 years of age, can be found in Juvenile.

Guardianship of minors is addressed in the Probate section Department of Children and Family Services of this website.

Information on other services for Children and Families may be found at: by clicking here.


Our Mission

The Family Law Department will serve the Community with fairness and efficiency, encourage cooperation with all public and private individuals and organizations, promote confidence and trust in the judicial system, and perform its duties with the highest ethical standards.