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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for California on
Q: Can I sew a corporation which allows bloggers to publicly exploit my body without my knowledge approval to blogger

A picture of me was posted by my sons father exploiting my upper body being nude

Thomas Davis
Thomas Davis answered on Jul 16, 2014

Yes, depending upon the circumstances, this is likely an invasion of your privacy. You may wish consult with an attorney about taking legal action on the matter. Good luck with this!

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning for California on
Q: How do I get my parents (Calif) be declared legally incompetent? A court ordered evaluation?

My mom's had a bad stroke, my father has Alzheimer's and we (their kids) are trying to amend their trust so that one of us can get signatory powers for their checking account

Thomas Davis
Thomas Davis answered on Jul 16, 2014

It is likely that you will need to have yourself or one of your siblings appointed conservator of the person and of the estate. This will permit the conservator to make both medical and financial choices for your parents. The probate court will decide whether to grant the petition to appoint a... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation for California on
Q: I am the defendant in a civil case in California which I am not contesting. Do I have to sit for a deposition?

My previous employer is suing me. The attorney for my previous employer wants to take a deposition from me. Am I obligated to give my deposition? My biggest concern is that if they try to file criminal charges I will incriminate myself.

Thomas Davis
Thomas Davis answered on Jul 16, 2014

As you indicated, there is a potential that you could incriminate yourself in answering questions in your depo. I suggest that you contact a lawyer, as the lawyer might be able to have the depo subpoena quashed or, if the depo does go forward, object to certain questions and instruct you not... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for California on
Q: My daughters father is in arrears in child support but he just got a good job. Can i have his support raised?

His original order was 460 I asked the judge to have it lowered to 300 buy now he makes a lot more money

Thomas Davis
Thomas Davis answered on Jul 2, 2014

You can move to have the initial court order modified based upon the father's increased income. Most lawyers listed here at Justia should be able to assist you with this--good luck!

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for California on
Q: Would my boyfriend get jail time for slapping me and filed a police report didnt press charges my friend was a witness?

Well the police arrested him he has court today. The police wrote down what I was telling him about what happend he also wrote down what my friend saw. the police asked if his done this before I told him yes that police were involved had him arrested didnt press charges his cases got dismissed. But... Read more »

Thomas Davis
Thomas Davis answered on Jul 2, 2014

If you don't cooperate with the prosecutor, the most likely result would be that the new charges would be dismissed. If you do cooperate, the most likely result would be that your boyfriend would be sentenced to probation and required to complete a domestic violence program (that is the likely... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for California on
Q: back in 2009 in California i filled for divorce and sole custody of my then 9 month old daughter. judge gave the father

Supervised visitation. ...I'm guessing due to a current restraining order,Domestic violence,and drug charges. We agreed for the supervisor to be my dad. It's. Now 2014 he saw her many 10 times in 6 years. He has been in and out of jail numerous amounts of time in those years. What can i do to get... Read more »

Thomas Davis
Thomas Davis answered on Jul 2, 2014

You could file a motion to have the court's earlier order modified due the father's criminal record and limited visitation with your daughter. Most lawyers listed on Justia should be able to assist you with this. Good luck!

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