My my brother and his ex girlfriend had a baby a year ago. They are not married and he’s not on the birth certificate. After the baby was born, the mother had a heart conditions, but would not leave the baby in the care of my brother now the caregiver tricked both of them into signing consent for... View More
A parent may withdraw consent to a guardianship so long as the Permanent Guardianship has not yet been granted. If the Permanent Guardianship has not yet been granted, the parent may file an Objection to Petition for Appointment of Guardian (Judicial council form GC-215), and clearly state why the...View More
my class A driver lic was suspended in california and i was never notified of this action , i found out about this when I went to get a new driver lic in the state I had recently moved to. I have been unemployed since August of 2022 and i havent been able to make a payment , and I am currently in... View More
After I got married several contributions were made to my CalPERS account through payroll deductions which would have been community property income. Shortly thereafter I left government employment and moved out of California.
I left the funds in CalPERS. I did not work in a California... View More
Pension benefits, Calpers, 401k's etc. are typically divided based on the time rule. That is, the time beginning with date of marriage and ending on date of separation. Contributions made during the marriage plus growth are determined by the plan, once provided with the date of marriage/date...View More
If spouse had consistently provided health insurance to me during the marriage, could a judge order it to continue after divorce (or is it common for a judge to do so)? Ins policy language states that divorce would remove me, but I've heard that it might be possible. Otherwise I assume I... View More
The health insurance coverage under your spouse's plan would terminate once divorce is final. That coverage is governed by the insurance company. Typically, the insurance company will provide you with COBRA information once they are notified of final dissolution which allows you to choose to...View More
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