There is a open separation in the courts. The mother believes that I am not allowed physical custody of my children. The reason for the separation has nothing to do with the children. It’s issues between me and her with trust on both sides. But I want to make sure that as the separation goes... Read more »
Generally speaking, both parents have equal rights to custody of their children. Courts favor parenting plans that give the children frequent and continuing contact with both parents. The exception would be a situation in which being with one (or both) parents poses a threat to the health, safety...Read more »
Support is generally calculated using the gross incomes of the parties, and the visitation percentage. Other deductions from health insurance, union dues, mandatory retirement, etc. are also inputted. Expenses of the parties are not considered. Spousal support, temporarily (before final judgment)...Read more »
Single, solo dad here, Los Angeles, with full physical/legal custody of my son for more than five years now. Shortly after the other parent lost all custody rights years ago, she filed a child support claim from a different county, and collected thousands of dollars, with the County of L.A. CSD... Read more »
Hired her 8-23-20 last day in court was in 10-06-20. When case finished, we hug and i thank her. Well 6 months later i started getting invoice for my case?? At first she just told me it was just a covid letter they sent to all of their clients. I inform her my case ended 6 months ago and i have... Read more »
I was laid off last year and just a month ago I just got another job and I'm behind on payments child support how can I get help for them not suspend my license because I need it for transportation to work. My other question is my ex open child support on 2009 in on 2012 my oldest daughter... Read more »
CSSD has a payback program so you can make payments on the arrears. You can also schedule a hearing for yourself on the issue of relief from getting your license suspended. I also recommend you seek a modification and for forgiveness of the debt incurred during the period your 12-year-old was...Read more »
Me and my son reside in riverside county and I work from home and have had him since birth. His father resides in la county and works full time and is barely home. Hardly sees his son only recently started after filing paperwork to take me to court .he wants to circumcise my son who is 10 months... Read more »
Retain legal counsel. You need to make the right arguments, properly submit your evidence and properly cite the law in responding to the father's requests. A 50/50 schedule between two counties for a 10 month old is unlikely going to be seen by the judge as in the child's best interests.
We are one week on/off. He wants to pick her up even though his whole household tested positive. She is negative and I don’t want her to get sick. I told him I would give him back his time or use vacation days while I have her till his family gets a negative Covid test. He won’t have any of it... Read more »
There's not enough information here to provide an answer to your question. You need to call an attorney directly and provide that attorney with yours and your spouse's income information and with your parenting plan
Was in an abusive relation for 22 years. August 2018, finally left. Agreed on $200 wk child support (even though he makes a lot of $ & I was stay @home mom.) By Sept, I hadn’t received anything from him. Filed paperwork through court. He found out & freaked out. He sent text msgs saying... Read more »
I paid 2,100 for my son's washington dc trip which was before corona started, but they only gave me a refund of 1,800 which was 300 less than what i even paid and said its for the processing fee??? Can i sue them?
I am paying child support and have been considered present less that 10% of the time. However, my child’s mother does not want to give my child to me. She only drops her off when convenient and will not give her to me even on my days off. Instead she drops them off at a caretaker and says my... Read more »
Sounds like you are paying support without any enforceable court orders regarding custody. If you want custodial time with your child, you need to petition the court for those orders. Otherwise, Mom can pretty much do whatever she wants.
Recently my sons father contacted me for the first time after not having heard a word from him three years and wanted to see my son. Prior to this he had only seen him twice when my son was three and then went to prison for two years. Legal paternity has not been established nor is his name on my... Read more »
You open with saying that no custody orders exist. If no custody orders exist then what the father is doing is not in violation of any court orders. That's why the police can't help you. File a parentage action and ask for sole legal and physical custody. Concurrently with your...Read more »
A default judgement was granted due to failure to appear and other extenuating circumstances. Children are still in my custody 50% of the time with me providing monetary support for them as well. Their mother insists on creating a permanent schedule though I currently have no legal right to the... Read more »
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...Read more »
My ex husband quit claimed a piece of property to me 10 years ago. The agreement was that he would continue to pay the taxes in my name as he was going to keep the rental income. I just got a letter from his attorney stating that I need to give the property back now. She stated that I was his... Read more »
This is a potentially messy one. The first question I need to ask is what is the reason he will say he transferred the title to you? You write that he stated on the top of the deed "In dissolution of our marriage." This looks like a property settlement as a result of a divorce. If...Read more »
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