Removed r girls from him. Cps never contact me & took r girls to Foster care. Now they don't at all want me to get r girls & now rgirls they gave to him. My question is. What would happen if I just went & took my girls from him. Can I get in trouble.
He just passed away and his stepdaughter come in 2 hours after he passed away with two of her friends threatening me and telling me that I had to move out right then to get my stuff and move out I called the police the police told him that they could stay in the house with me and I had to stay in... Read more »
If it is your house (title is in your name) and there are no co-owners then nobody can kick you out or move in without your consent. Find a landlord-tenant eviction attorney ASAP to help you kick them out. (You should have never let them in.)
Even though your question is really short, it invokes so many different issues that you need to immediately sit down with an attorney and lay out the facts. At initial glance this is going to be a UCCJEA matter. The UCCJEA is a federal law that the courts use to decide jurisdiction between...Read more »
My sons mother left us two years ago, she left him with me willingly and has not seeked custody or tried to implement much effort in seeing him she sees him from Saturday to Sunday every other weekend. Does this give me any rights or does she alone have custody even though she left him and has not... Read more »
There is some information missing from your question that could be quite important. The first being, are you on the birth certificate? If you were at the hospital when the child was born and completed a Voluntary Declaration of Paternity, there is a good chance you are. That being the case you...Read more »
Hello! I'm in Los Angeles, and I'd like to know my options for removing a Family Law Judge from my case. The Judge has consistently shown prejudice and makes orders that abuse the court's power. I can document all allegations and prove with evidence using the Judge's contradictory ruling that shows... Read more »
If the Judge you wished to recuse had never made a judicial decision in your case you could have filed what is called a 170.6 affidavit and they would be recused from hearing your case. You are allowed to do that for one judge without stating anything more than you believe he would be prejudiced...Read more »
I have not seen my daughter since a year ago when her mother took her away from me, my daughter is afraid of me now and the judge is aware that her mother had been coaching her and put her against me. Since my daughter doesn't want to see me how can I get her back. Is it instant after I file or do... Read more »
An FL-305 is the form for emergency orders granted by the court. They are normally filed with the FL-300 where you are making application for an emergency orders. Each court has their own rules for obtaining emergency orders and you should check where you live as to what they are. Depending on...Read more »
My son was on a visit with the other parent and he came home reeking like cigarettes. I asked him why he smelled like smoke and he said the (other parent and girlfriend) were smoking cigarettes in the car with him. He also has told me in the past that they vape in the car also...Isn't it illegal to... Read more »
You probably need to file a Request for Orders asking that the father be ordered not to let anyone, himself included, to smoke or vape in his presence or in the home in which he lives, or the vehicles used for his transportation. You will have to go court in San Bernardino where the case is...Read more »
My 3 youngest children have lived with their father their entire life (including before we seperated) when we split up 10 years ago they went to live with him and his new girlfriend (whom 10 years later are still together). My youngest 2 children are biologically his children however the oldest of... Read more »
There are so many variables at play her that you really need to sit down face-to-face with a Family Law professional. This is not a discussion to hold by email as the answers to each of your questions engender more questions. So it is going to be very much of a back and forth conversation. There...Read more »
We've been in a serious relationship for a little over a year. I'm in the Navy, currently stationed in California, but she and her son still live in Iowa. Our ultimate goal is to be together after her job contract ends in April 2020.
She split up with her ex over 3 years ago. After finding... Read more »
My husband has a daughter who is 3 years old. He and his ex have not been together since she was 1 years old. They have no court ordered custody agreement for her, but he does pay child support. His ex will not let her come visit our home, he isnt even "allowed", per the ex, to take her out of the... Read more »
Your husband can, and should, file for joint legal and physical custody of the minor child. Since there is no custody order in place what mom is doing is not legal since absent a custody order dad has as much right to custodial time with the child as does mom.
I need help from continuing to get victimized by my wife, who is now in seek and destroy mode post her DV arrest, is trying to take our son away from me and work with my ex-wife to try and get custody of my 3 daughters from ex wife taken away. We are both educated and have jobs. I'm prior military.... Read more »
I lost a default judgment to A SET ASIDE because of faulty proofs of service however I have a CHANCE TO WIN BASED ON THE MERITS OF THE CASE BUT THOUGHT TO FILE A MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT BUT AM TOLD I HAVE TO FILE A DECLARATION OF UNDISPUTED FACTS WHY ?? I AM THE PLAINTIFF AND HOW DOES ALL... Read more »
Review California Rules of Court, Rule 3.1350 - 3.1354, and Code of Civil Procedure 437c. A motion for summary judgment must include some type of evidence, which may be in the form of a declaration, that establishes for the court that there are no defenses available to the defendant and that you...Read more »
After I got married several contributions were made to my CalPERS account through payroll deductions which would have been community property income. Shortly thereafter I left government employment and moved out of California.
I left the funds in CalPERS. I did not work in a California... Read more »
Pension benefits, Calpers, 401k's etc. are typically divided based on the time rule. That is, the time beginning with date of marriage and ending on date of separation. Contributions made during the marriage plus growth are determined by the plan, once provided with the date of marriage/date of...Read more »
He can get on a payment plan and ask CSSD to reinstate his passport application rights. See https://cssd.lacounty.gov/reduce-my-debt/. While this is a link to Los Angeles County's program, CSSD is a statewide entity and likely has this same program (aka COAP) in county where Dad's child support...Read more »
How old is the baby now? Do you live with them? Have you held yourself out as this child's father since his birth? Are you the biological parent of this baby? Please feel free to contact me directly to answer these questions. email@example.com
I am a 1-1 instructional aide for a high school boy with an IEP. He has a history of violence and aggression. Recently, He is out of control and has threatened to physically harm me more than once. His parents are aware and apologetic. They would like him moved to another school that specializes... Read more »
I am now married and bought a house and flexible work schedule as of February 2018,i am Afraid my sons dad will not let my son live with me, he thinks I abandoned him when I see him every other weekend and provide for him too
Yes you have to respond to the interrogatories. The request for the production of documents, yours or the other parties', has no effect on your obligation to respond to the existing interrogatories. They are independent, but complimentary discovery sets.
You would call around to different family law attorneys in your area and ask them if they will do that. You are wanting to hire them on a "limited scope" (just for this one hearing) and you want to pay them a flat fee. Most charge by the hour but you may get lucky. If you want a certified famliy...Read more »
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