Tobie Brina Waxman
Tobie Brina Waxman, Family Law Attorney - Los Angeles, CA
Posted over 2 years ago.

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Posted over 2 years ago.

I doubt the custodial parent or Sacramento County would support having anything heard in LA as they reside during the school year in Sacramento.

As for going back, does this mean that even though prior orders were innacurate or mistated, I cannot have a judge look at the past orders and recalculate the arrears? Am I only entitled to a new hearing for a new order based on when I file now? So, I file next week and its heard in 60 days and thats as far back as the judge will go?

Tobie Brina Waxman
Tobie Brina Waxman, Family Law Attorney - Los Angeles, CA
Posted over 2 years ago.

Neither Sacramento County, nor you x have to consent. The Sacramento case will still exist. By registering it here, you give yourself the ability to take action here, without having to travel to Sacramento. You x can object to the registration, but the fact that the kids live in Sacramento would not be a basis. The kids don't have to appear in court in LA. As far as inaccuracies in the previous order; what steps have you taken to correct those inaccuracies other than filing FL-150s. If no other steps were taken, unfortunately, yes, for now (without my having had the benefit of reviewing your case file or knowing anything else about your case other than what you have posted here), you're stuck with the 2009 order until there's a new order. Of course, anything can be argued. There's always a possibility that the court will take the FL-150s into consideration and not only modify the current order, but maybe apply a credit for the overpayment, but not if that will pose a financial hardship on the custodial parent.