It really depends on what the rules are in your jurisdiction. For instance I typically send the order out for a signature with a letter asking for a return of the signed stipulation (or QDRO) within ten days. I typically send a second letter after the ten day period has expired with a further...View More
He caught Covid in the line of duty. I had POA for CalPERS. I'm his beneficiary. I got the QDRO drafted but it wasn't ready until a month after he died so he couldn't sign it. How do I get an order from court that doesn't require his signature so CalPERS will release the lien on... View More
We have some family members who called 911 because their infant was acting strange/ irritated and seemed to have trouble breathing. When the first responders arrived they immediately asked “What did you do to your baby?”
Once at the hospital, the doctors told them that their son has... View More
The steps to becoming a criminal lawyer are the same as the steps to become any other type of lawyer. You need to go to law school. Depending on your state and your goals, there are many avenues to get there. For instance, I went to graduate school and got my masters degree prior to going to law...View More
Different courts allow different things. Some courts are very liberal with continuances whereas some courts are not as keen to grant a continuance. Hiring an experienced and competent attorney is your best bet during the COVID pandemic.
I’m on RSDI, can I qualify for fee waiver to file grandparent visitation?
Child, age 4, was involved in DV incident a week ago in front of parents and my son, father of child, said hurtful comments to him, “ I never wanted you/ be a father, wished mother of child would have had an... View More
In California Grandparents do not have visitation rights necessarily. You might think about filing an emergency guardianship petition in probate court if you already have them in your custody.
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