Unified Family court

Unified Family Court (UFC) is comprised of Juvenile Dependency, Juvenile Delinquency, Child Support, and Family Law. Its mission is to provide coordinated services to those who have family-related issues in the Court system, strengthen services to the community, and assist and promote healthy families and children. UFC handles divorce, legal separation and nullity; parentage; domestic abuse restraining orders; child, spousal and family support; child custody and visitation; mediation and self-help services; child abuse and neglect; and children’s violations of criminal law.


BlueJeans Instructions

BlueJeans Self-Help and Tech Requirements

UFC Remote Appearance Etiquette


UFC E-Service of Documents

During the state of emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and consistent with California Rules of Court, Emergency Rule 12, attorneys shall accept electronic service on all filed documents otherwise required to be served by mail or in person with the following exceptions: documents filed under seal or subject to a pending motion to seal. As required by Emergency Rule 12, before serving a represented party electronically, the serving party must confirm by telephone or email the appropriate electronic service address for counsel being served.

Search for Case Calendars by Case Type and Date. Information is available up to 120 calendar days from today.

Case Calendar

Search for Case Calendars by Case Type and Date. Information is available up to 120 calendar days from today.

Case Calendar


Note: All UFC Courtrooms are operating. however, remote court appearances are highly encouraged to reduce the spread of the coronavirus (covid-19).


Judge Monica F. Wiley, Supervising Judge
400 McAllister St. - Department 405
Court Clerk
(415) 551-3747

[email protected]

Judge Maria Evangelista
400 McAllister St. - Department 403
Court Clerk
(415) 551-3741

[email protected]

Judge Victor F. Hwang
400 McAllister St. - Department 404
Court Clerk
(415) 551-3744

[email protected]

Judge Roger C. Chan
400 McAllister St. - Department 405
Court Clerk
(415) 551-3747

[email protected] 


Judge Monica F. Wiley, Presiding Judge
JJC - Department 2
Court Clerk
(415) 682-5202

[email protected]

Judge Daniel A. Flores
JJC - Department 3
Court Clerk
(415) 682-5203

[email protected]

Judge Roger C. Chan
JJC - Department 4
Court Clerk
(415) 682-5204

[email protected]


Judge Newton J. Lam
400 McAllister St. - Department 406
Court Clerk (415) 551-3750

[email protected]

Judge Susan M. Breall
400 McAllister St. - Department 425
Court Clerk (415) 551-3759

[email protected] 


Instructions for Adoption Form

Court Report of Adoption


Commissioner Rebecca L. Wightman
400 McAllister St. - Department 416
Court Clerk (415) 551-3756

[email protected]

Department 416 Telephone Appearance Procedures


Judy Louie, Director
400 McAllister St. - Room 509
(415) 551-0605


Family and Dependency Mediation
Felicia Fleming, Acting Manager
400 McAllister St. - Room 402 B
(415) 551-5983


Court Manager - Frances Yokota
400 McAllister St. - Room 402
((415) 551-3914

Acting Court Supervisor - Jonathan Wong
400 McAllister St. - Room 402
(415) 551-3962

Court Supervisor - Yvette King
Delinquency/Juvenile Traffic
JJC - Room 101
(415) 682-5101

  • Protocol for Implementation of Welfare and Institutions Code Section 241.1
  • Domestic Violence Procedures

    If the person seeking the restraining order and the person against whom the restraining order is sought have minor children in common, court orders may be entered regarding custody and visitation of the children.

    If both parents appear on the date of the court hearing on the request for a restraining order, they will be ordered to participate in a domestic violence-related orientation (even if they recently attended the 3-hour orientation class) and in a mediation conducted by Family Court Services. The mediation and orientation will take place in separate sessions in order to ensure the safety of both parents.

    The mediation will occur between, approximately, 10 a.m. and 12 p.m., immediately after orientation. The Court will hear the restraining order application and enter child custody and visitation orders (based on either the parties’ stipulation or after hearing) once the mediation is completed. In some cases, the parties may have to return to Court in the afternoon to have their matter heard.