Under the Family Code, child support is determined based on the parents' income, percentage of time with each parent and certain deductions which are allowed in calculating the amount of child support. If you have a previous child support order and there are change of income and/or custodial...View More
We have both been married before, no children, and have no financial obligations resulting from the marriges. I have a few properties, a business, an inheritance coming in the near future as well as the distant future. She has recently received an inheritance and is expecting more in the immediate... View More
Congratulation! You are both thinking in the right direction. Prenuptial agreements is not just an agreement, it is a communication tool, by which not only you protect your assets but also eliminate expensive and costly divorces. The average cost can range anywhere from $2500.00 and up. I prefer...View More
We started the custody and divorce procedure but on the final court date neither one of us showed up so we never got divorced. California also retains jurisdiction over my son. The clerk told me the case is still open. He recently passed away and my mother-in-law won't respond to my calls. My... View More
As long as the California Court has jurisdiction over the minor child then, you will be able file a Request for Order with accompanying documents and get a court order to enforce custody rights. However, I will strongly advise that you seek legal representation as there are many unanswered...View More
Ex baby mamma and me have 50 50custody over my daughter in October 20th 2016. We got in a big argument where she attacked me and almost threw me off a second story balcony...she was arrested that night on domestic violence and vandalism charges..I filed for restraining order and full custody.I got... View More
Since there is a 50/50 custody orders in place and due to change of circumstances, the court will look at the best interest of your daughter and not necessarily yours. The court's will look at your daughter's age and her ties to the school, etc. Before making any changes, consider the...View More
You have the right to dismiss your attorney at any time. However, it may get tricky specially if you have a trial date approaching because you may have a difficult time to obtain a new attorney. You may want to consider securing an new attorney before dismissing your present attorney or at least...View More
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