Also can parental abduction be charged against her if she filed the divorce and ive had them the last 6 years she came to visit. Left state and now has left again and won't let mW talk to them? Also I filed a police report when she left.
I am not sure I am understanding your question. However, if you have had custody of the children and they have lived in the state of California for six months or more, the children are residents of California. If you wife took the children to Texas and won't return them, you need to retain an...Read more »
I plan to file for child support and her dad has not seen her after numerous attempts to talk to him. And feels like if we do go to court a judge will grant him joint custody even though he is not on the birth certificate
If you ask for child sport, the typical legal response is to request a visitation order. You did not state how old the child is. By filing for child support, you are establishing Dad's parental rights. Depending on the age of the child, Dad will likely get some sort of visitation plan. The...Read more »
You obviously cannot force your husband to remain married to you or seek the help of a marriage counselor. You may want to go to counseling on your own, though, to see if you can obtain some insight about the situation. You might also want to obtain a consultation with an attorney to determine if...Read more »
Community property is anything that is earned through time, effort or skill during the marriage. If you received the motorcycle as a gift, and if you have been separated for six years, the motorcycle will be your sole and separate property.
Yes, you are supposed to be served. Please do not depend on your ex to serve you, though. If you know about the date, make sure you go to the court hearing. If you still haven't been properly served by the court date, you can always ask for a continuance of the hearing and buy yourself more...Read more »
My friend lost custody of her two daughters previously for missing a court date. One kid went to her mother, the other went to her father/ex-husband. The father/ex-husband went to prison for possession of child pornography. Will the daughter go to said friend's mother or will it go to her? If... Read more »
The order was originally in San Bernardino County. Now mother lives in LA county and father in San Diego. Father would like to file custody modification. Does he have to do everything in original county?
so i have true default case up the the FL165 paper filed with ventura county, California... on my FL180 i filled it out wrong i now need to know do i check the box for nunc pro tunc? thank you let me know asap.
No- nunc pro tunc means that you are asking the court to back date your divorce for some reason. Usually that means that the time for the divorce to be granted has run and someone got married without realizing the judgment was never entered.
Hello- grandparent visitation is very difficult to obtain, but is still possible under limited circumstances. If you have limited funds, you might want to start by consulting with the self-help center at your local family law courthouse. You might also be able to find an attorney who will give you...Read more »
It depends. If your ex has already answered the pleadings and he or she put the proper date you need to do nothing. You can also amend the pleadings before your ex is served by simply preparing a new petition, putting the word "Amended" near the top of the paper, and refilling. You will...Read more »
If one party swears under penalty of perjury and the judge believe him/her, the burden shifts to the other side to disprove the information. Go see an attorney and get a consultation to determine if it is worth the fight.
I was arrested after an officer brought her to our mutual home as I was leaving and arrested me for the violation. I have court tomorrow and wanted to know if it would benefit me to have here there to say that she is trying to lift the RO.
He bullies us for any tiniest incident and makes it into a major argument whereby he gets up into our faces (6 inches or closer) and starts to yell. My wife and I (I'm 78 and my 72) are afraid he will do something physical because he has beat his wife (my daughter) in the past. He wants us... Read more »
This sounds like elder abuse. You need to get an attorney as soon as possible to protect you. Get a restraining order. If your son-in-law is living with you (and it sounds like he is), you can kick him out in a day or two. Please do not try to do this on your own. The situation sounds volatile....Read more »
We just found out that a step parents income does not need to be included in the state of CA and we would like to modify the support. Are we likely to be able to have the support reduced? I have not yet met his daughter because of the complication of their situation and don't feel that I need... Read more »
If you have a question about child support, your husband should seek a consultation with an attorney. It is common to include the new spouse's income in a support calculation, but that does not mean your husband will pay more support. On the contrary, your included income usually results in a...Read more »
1st dad may see her once a year, but that is not a guarantee and as of today, he doesn't pay child support (I filed recently). Can the biological father of my first child get legal sole or joint custody and make us move back to the same city he is in?
No- it is too late. Your ex should have done something many years ago if he wanted to contest the move. He will probably go back to court and ask for more time with his child, though, in retaliation of you asking for child support.
California is a community property state. That means all assets and all debts are jointly owned. However, if the two of you agree, either of you may waive this right. If the two of you were to go to court, the judge must divide the assets and debts accordingly. If you spouse does not want an asset,...Read more »
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