We have shared custody of my son (7) and she told me she is going to move from O.C. county to LA county to stay near her job ( she is with this job since 3 years already and she was driving everyday). I am staying in O.C. and my son goes to school to O.C. doctors in O.C. etc. Can she move my son to... Read more »
Depending on what your orders say about "shared" custody, she probably does not have the right to unilaterally move the child and change the school, doctors etc. for him; nor can she unilaterally adopt a different time share for the child.
Man, that is a tough one in these times. Most courts have a free service often known as the Family Law Facilitator, which is where I would normally suggest you go. But so many of the courthouses are closed and so probably are the facilitators' offices. You might check with your local court...Read more »
A restraining order for Domestic Violence. The temp order was granted , but the debt payment I requested for my tax return the judge says to wait til the hearing. Husband wants to give the money over now. Can I get in trouble for taking money against judges wishes?
I am guessing at some of this since I am not privy to the actual orders, but I am assuming that you asked, as part of your application for the TRO, that a tax refund be turned over to you. The judge probably indicated that he/she was not going to grant you that request on an emergency basis but...Read more »
I had HORRIBLE legal council who advised me wrong and I was screwed out of half of my money from the purchase of the house I shared with my boyfriend of 11 years. He took care of my girls and I almost 100% for 8 years. Is palamony something I can go after?
We have been living apart for almost a year. He isn’t paying child support but he was helping with the mortgage until last month. Now I will take over mortgage payments. I have all of his stuff still here and two junk cars in my driveway. The dog is also an issue because I have three kids and I... Read more »
It is unclear what you mean by getting a divorce and legally separated. Has anyone filed a Petition with the courts for either a divorce or legal separation? If not you can dispose of a dog that you are no longer able to care for. I would suggest that if this is the case you give him written...Read more »
This easter I had my daughter from 6PM 6PM Saturday until 6pm sunday. My normal visitation order is that I get my daughter every sundays at 930am. My ex called the cops on me saying I'm in violation because I didnt give up my daughter to her at 6PM. But no where on our order does it state... Read more »
My sister met the 20 something-year-old guy outside of her taekwondo class she gave him her social media accounts (Insta, Snapchat, FaceTime ect.) so that they could communicate and when my parents found out my mother called him and asked him to back off because she’s only 13 and that she would... Read more »
Immediately file for a Civil Harassment Restrain Order to keep him from being the presence of or communicating with your child, because that is what she is. That situation is a recipe for disaster and needs to be addressed right away before something goes awry. I wouldn't worry about him...Read more »
Stay-at-home order From COVID-19 the mother continues to allow her son to attend ‘play dates’ and attend birthday parties what can the father do to immediately halt these actions? Spring break begins 6 April for 2 weeks and all indications are that the mother will continue normal activity... Read more »
This is one you are going to have to have the courts weigh in on. It appears from the question the matter has never been to court since there are no current custody orders. You would either need to file a Petition for Custody/Support or a Paternity action depending on if there is a Voluntary...Read more »
Yes, you can file a Request for Dismissal. Each court though has a different way of handling the dismissal. Some will just dismiss your case, and vacate the order, upon you filing the proper document. Others will want you to appear to assure themselves you are aware of the consequences and doing...Read more »
My daughter has supervised visitation three times a week with father and Butte county The virus has been confirmed twice she is known for febrile seizures I have a note from doctor stating to stay out of Butte county I am in Glenn county how do I change the order with the court to allow the visits... Read more »
You would have to file an FL-300, and probably a request for emergency orders. You would need to file those in the court where the custody order is located. Either get represntation or call the court first as each court is upside down right now because of the corona virus.
Yes, until you go back to court and get the order modified. I would immediately file a Request for Order for modification of spousal support. You need to do it quickly because you cannot ask for retroactivity past the date you file your RFO (FL-300).
That is a really good question, and I wish I had a really good answer for you. The truth is that this is an entirely different situation than we ever seen and I've been doing family law for 35 years. My initial inclination was that the orders should just be followed as if there were no...Read more »
Obviously I cannot give legal advice to a minor. However, I can say, in general, that your dad cannot "put" a restraining order on anyone. He can only apply to the courts for a restraining order and it is up to the court to determine if he has sufficient legal basis for the order to be granted.
Since this national emergency because of coronavirus the schools are now out until the end of the month maybe more. Do I have 2 let her go for this hole week? Even though this is not a scheduled time off of school? I am home and she doesn't want 2 go
My temporary custody order states that I have my kids until start of school Monday or 5pm if a school holiday. With the mandatory school closures for the next two weeks, when does my parenting time end?
This is such a new subject that I doubt any court has even seen it yet. But my guess, based on years of experience, I would say that the Order will be interpreted as not taking into account the school closure.
In other words, I would think that the court would expect that the exchange to...Read more »
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