Detailed Case Information - TPO21-01605

Case Description: TPO21-01605 - AUSTIN LYNCH-SAVAGE VS. SABRINA LOVATO SAVAGE

Filing Date: 10/14/2021

Case Type: TP - REQ TEMPORARY PROTECTIVE ORDER

Status: Pending Active

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Case Parties

Seq No. Type Name
1 JUDG - Judge ROCOVITS, MASTER ILIN
2 APPL - Applicant LYNCH-SAVAGE, AUSTIN CHANDLER
3 ADVP - Adverse Party LOVATO, SABRINA

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Event Information

Date/Time Hearing Judge Event Description Outcome
1. 10/26/2021 at 11:00 AM Honorable MASTER ROCOVITS H328 - EXTENDED HEARING - CHILDREN
- filed on:
Extra Text:
2. 10/14/2021 at 8:00 AM Honorable MASTER MILLSAP H320 - HEARING ON EX PARTE FILING
D425 - Granted filed on: 10/14/2021
Extra Text: NO EX PARTE TPO INTERVIEW...NO CLERK...AFTER HRS TPO ISSUED 10-13-2021

Docket Entry Information

Docket Description Date Filed Extra Text
1. 4165 - Temporary Protective Order 10/14/2021 Extra Text: AFTER HRS EXT HRG 10-26-2021 AT 11:00 - Transaction 8696966 - Approved By: MPELLEGR : 10-14-2021:08:13:22
2. 1255 - Application for TPO 10/14/2021 Extra Text: AFTER HRS TPO ISSUED 10-13-2021 - Transaction 8696966 - Approved By: MPELLEGR : 10-14-2021:08:13:22
3. DVCIS - Domestic Violence Confidential Information Sheet 10/14/2021 Extra Text: Transaction 8696966 - Approved By: MPELLEGR : 10-14-2021:08:13:22
4. NEF - Proof of Electronic Service 10/14/2021 Extra Text: Transaction 8697026 - Approved By: NOREVIEW : 10-14-2021:08:14:19
5. NEF - Proof of Electronic Service 10/14/2021 Extra Text: Transaction 8697014 - Approved By: NOREVIEW : 10-14-2021:08:10:26
6. 1067 - Affidavit of Service 10/14/2021 Extra Text: ADVP SERVED TPO 10-14-2021 - Transaction 8697011 - Approved By: NOREVIEW : 10-14-2021:08:09:29
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