A) There is no such thing as a common law wife in California.
B) Children can't claim inheritance if they are properly disinherited by will or trust.
C) Children can claim inheritance if man dies intestate or provides for them in will or trust.
D) Son should petition court to be appointed conservator so that he may legally take care of his father's personal and financial affairs.
You do not need to be a California resident to marry in California.
To marry in California, the two parties may not be already married to each other or other individuals.
Marriage by proxy is NOT allowed in California. Family Code, Section 420(a) requires the two parties, marriage officiant and witness if applicable, be physically present together in the same location for the marriage to be performed.
Blood tests are NOT required to obtain a marriage license in California.
No, but you can enter into a post-nuptial agreement.
By using a post-nuptial agreement, you and your spouse can choose to opt out of California's community property laws and agree to treat your assets as separate property.
You should consult with an attorney to take care of this for you. Our firm is located in Long Beach.
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