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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for California on
Q: Did California change the law about suspended a person's license for non payment of child support?

They aren't allowed to suspend a license anymore correct?

Sanjoy Kumar Guha
Sanjoy Kumar Guha answered on Sep 13, 2019

NO. Did not California change the law about suspended a person's license for non payment of child support but proposed to change by people .

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce, Family Law and Civil Litigation for California on
Q: What paperwork do I need to serve a deputy with a subpeona to appear in court?

I know how to just haven’t been able to find someone that can tell me exactly what paperwork I need.....also I have contacted the officer and I know how much it’s gonna cost

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Sanjoy Kumar Guha answered on Sep 9, 2019

If you're involved in a legal proceeding, you may need to subpoena documents to support your case. The first step is to hire an attorney to help you navigate the laws in your state and county. A subpoena duces tecum, the term for a subpoena of documents, requires that a witness produce a document... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Family Law for California on
Q: In california family law, what are the appropriate forms to use to submit a multiple page declaration? Mc030 and mc031?

This will be for a review of temporary orders and dvro hearing combined into one.

Sanjoy Kumar Guha
Sanjoy Kumar Guha answered on Sep 9, 2019

When you say, "long response" - how long do you mean? The forms you mention are not mandatory, you are allowed to use pleading paper, but I would caution you to be concise. Most judges will not read anything over 5 pages. While your local rules may allow for a longer declaration, you want to keep... Read more »

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3 Answers | Asked in Probate and Estate Planning for California on
Q: My mother inlaw passed away 16 years ago in California and one of her daughter's took possession of the property, is it

To late for my husband to file probate?

Sanjoy Kumar Guha
Sanjoy Kumar Guha answered on Sep 9, 2019

if your mother in law did "will" then your husband can file probate and if property was not transfer by any legal title deed to daughter then no problem .

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1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for California on
Q: I am planning on filing for divorce from my husband. Once I file for divorce I know it will force the sale of our house.

Can I move our immediately after filing for divorce. I am not comfortable living under the same roof ... he has a very aggressive attitude.

Sanjoy Kumar Guha
Sanjoy Kumar Guha answered on Sep 3, 2019

yes you can

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for California on
Q: Am I entitled to half of my husband's half of a boat business that he is 50% partner in? We have been married 33 years.

After 33 years my husband and I separated 2 years ago. He now lives with our youngest daughter, her 2 daughters and her current boyfriend, and they kicked me to the street, so I have been living in my car. Is this something that he can legally do? Also, he is 50% partners in a hull cleaning... Read more »

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Sanjoy Kumar Guha answered on Aug 23, 2019

yes 50% share and also entitled for maintenance

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Probate for California on
Q: My parents passed away and the trust splits 50/50 with me and sister. They have moved in to my parents home.

They will not pay me for my half of the house. What are my options?

Sanjoy Kumar Guha
Sanjoy Kumar Guha answered on Aug 14, 2019

If you and your sibling can't reach an agreement, you'll probably have to involve the court. You can file a lawsuit for partition, asking a judge to order the sale of the home so you can terminate your co-ownership.

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce and Military Law for California on
Q: Am I allowed to read my letter to the judge to represent me since I am not happy with my lawyer at CMC hearing?

It has been 18 months now and still no resolution. I am not being prioritized. delay over delay. I need help.

Sanjoy Kumar Guha
Sanjoy Kumar Guha answered on Aug 14, 2019

There are several reasons why people represent themselves without a lawyer:

In criminal cases, if you cannot afford a lawyer, the court will appoint a lawyer for you, like a public defender. But in civil cases, you do not have the right to a court-appointed lawyer so, if you cannot afford...
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2 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Divorce for California on
Q: My husband hired the best friend of the woman he had an affair with to work in our office. She has access to financial

Info. Can I fire her even if he doesn't want to? I think it's a conflict isnt it?

Sanjoy Kumar Guha
Sanjoy Kumar Guha answered on Aug 14, 2019

employee cannot interefare in personal life ,she can look after office only and obey order of your husband but you can fire her if you are employer of that office .

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3 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning and Probate for California on
Q: mY PARENTS HAVE A LIVING TRUST I AM ONE OF 3 CHILDREN WHO HAS THE RIGHT TO SEE THE TRUST ? DO THE CHILDREN

MY DAD PASSED OVER 5 YRS AGO AND MY MOM WILL BE SOON

Sanjoy Kumar Guha
Sanjoy Kumar Guha answered on Aug 14, 2019

A beneficiary of trust is the individual or group of individuals for whom a trust is created for. The trust creator or grantor designates beneficiaries and a trustee, who has a fiduciary duty to manage trust assets in the best interests of beneficiaries as outlined in the trust agreement.... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Divorce and Family Law for California on
Q: Enforce alimony, get attorney, attend court. How do that since I moved to other side of state (Calif)?

My ex (employed executive) paid alimony for some years then stopped. So, had enforced through court, yet he's still not paying. Due to this, I'm seeking to (again) enforce spousal support agreement. Kids all adults, so no child support applies.

Was married and divorced in same county in... Read more »

Sanjoy Kumar Guha
Sanjoy Kumar Guha answered on Aug 13, 2019

When your former spouse is not paying alimony, returning to divorce or family court should be your first action. Seek the help of an experienced divorce or family law attorney to represent you. Show the court evidence that your former spouse has not made payments, has not made full payments, or has... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce and Family Law for California on
Q: Information on property and child support.Been married for over 10yrs.

Spouse had kids w someone else while still being married.

Sanjoy Kumar Guha
Sanjoy Kumar Guha answered on Aug 11, 2019

California is one of a few states where you can benefit in alimony payments from staying married 10 years or longer. In this situation, the spouse earning less income retains the right to be paid alimony for as long as he or she needs, and as long as the paying spouse can pay.

All parents...
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