We have a 12-yo together (week on/week off visitation). We are legally divorced. Daughter found drugs in his home. He tested positive on a court-ordered drug test. Our mediator's rec's state he is to enroll in the court program for random drug testing. Ex's attorney wants me to pay... View More
I'm not sure why your ex is attorney is requesting that you pay for the tests. I suspect that the request is being made pursuant to Family Code Section 2030, a section recently liberalized effective January 1, 2011, and which allows an award of attorneys fees and/or costs to a non-monied...View More
But I'm living in GA with my two children. I was given Sole Physical and Legal custody of my kids in Feb 2011 and have traveled to CA three times since Feb for court appearances. I am in a extreme financial hardship and cannot afford to fly to CA for my court hearing 9/12/11 with regards to... View More
the form you are looking for will is an FL – 355.this, and other judicial Council forms can be found by going to the California court website at www.courts.ca.gov. Simply click on the "forms and rules" tab and scroll down to the family law section, forms 300 through 399.
One easy thing you can do right away is to open a case with the California Department of Child Support Services. DCSS will initiate enforcement proceedings and track the person through Social Security records and the like. If they can't help you, I recommend that you hire an investigator to...View More
I filed for sole physical,and legal custody of both my children. I have not served there father, who is incarserated. I have been reading that it is almost impossible to get both. So i would like to change the sole physical to joint physical. Is it to late? He has not gotten the papers, nor knows... View More
Legal custody means the right to make decisions for your children that affect their health, safety and welfare. Physical custody means who the child lives with. By definition, an incarcerated person cannot share physical custody, as the child cannot live with an incarcerated person.
In California, school attendance is mandatory through age 18, whether or not the person is emancipated (California Education Code section 48200) The rule of compulory education is subject to several specific exceptions (for example, graduation (EC 48410(a)), Passing the GED and parental consent...View More
I'm not sure what you mean by "documents." I assume that you filled out the DV 100 or other Judicial counsel Form. If you want to file a supplemental declaration from yourself, or from another witness, I would recommend that you consult your county's local Rules of Court....View More
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