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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for California on
Q: Do I have to tell the noncustodial parent that I’m moving

Do I have to tell the Noncustodial parent that I am moving I’m still staying in the state of California and all he has is visitation of our son everything was finalized in court in 2019

Ryan  Beiser
Ryan Beiser
answered on Jan 10, 2022

If the place you are moving is far enough away to interfere with your current custody orders, you have to get the court to change the order. You can't just tell him you are moving if the move will interfere with your custody orders.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Divorce for California on
Q: How many days does a prenuptial agreement need to be signed before the ceremony to be considered valid in california?

And was I supposed to have a lawyer of my choosing there to go through everything with me before or during the signing?

Ryan  Beiser
Ryan Beiser
answered on Aug 23, 2021

Here's the law on it: https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displayText.xhtml?lawCode=FAM&division=4.&title=&part=5.&chapter=2.&article=2.

1 Answer | Asked in Child Support, Divorce and Family Law for California on
Q: If I marry a woman with children from prior relationship can I be responsible to pay child support if we have a divorce

The biological father is not on child support I'm not sure if I would be afforded the same luxury if we were to divorce later down to the line

Ryan  Beiser
Ryan Beiser
answered on Aug 3, 2021

No, unless you legally adopt them.

2 Answers | Asked in Elder Law for California on
Q: Can I evict my 90 year old mother from my home; I reside in CA?

My relationship with my mother has always been difficult, but I brought her into my home and was willing to allow her to live with my husband and I until the end of her life. This was a mistake. She has always been a mean-spirited, narcissistic personality, but she now behaves in ways that are far... Read more »

Ryan  Beiser
Ryan Beiser
answered on Aug 4, 2021

You can, but there are various procedural steps you will need to take. You will probably need a lawyer who specializes in landlord tenant law.

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for California on
Q: I sent proof of my case being amended to the DOJ. In turn i received a letter saying they accurately recorded the info.

Am i good to purchase a firearm?

Ryan  Beiser
Ryan Beiser
answered on Jul 30, 2021

The DOJ can run a check to see if you can. https://oag.ca.gov/firearms/pfecfaqs#1

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3 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for California on
Q: Now that petty theft is decriminalized in california. Can a previous charge get dismissed from your record?

Charge was under $400. Over 10 years ago. Never had any more trouble afterwards, not even a parking ticket. I would like to be eligible for a sentry pass.

Ryan  Beiser
Ryan Beiser
answered on Jul 30, 2021

It's not decriminalized. You probably heard that in Los Angeles and San Francisco, prosecutors are weak on crime--which they are--and it as if petty theft has been decriminalized.

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