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Colin Thomas Greene

Pasadena Family Law Attorney.

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  1. Can i check the year that the U.S. is on for sibling petition?

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Ashkan Yekrangi
    2. Mark M. Oxford
    3. Colin Thomas Greene
    4. George William Abbes
    4 lawyer answers

    Web search for Visa Bulletin which comes out monthly from the State Department. Your sister is a 4th preference family-based petition.

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  2. What happens if both parties dont show up for court?

    Answered about 4 years ago.

    1. Colin Thomas Greene
    2. Donald Frederick Conviser
    2 lawyer answers

    First, if you set the court hearing and don't want to go forward, you can simply call the court clerk and request that the matter be taken off calendar. Next, if the father is not going to dispute paternity, you should take the next step and get a judgment of paternity. This can be done by paperwork signed by each of you and submitted to the court. No court hearing is required.

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  3. Do I have chance getting my child custody back?

    Answered about 4 years ago.

    1. Colin Thomas Greene
    2. William Keith Parks Jr
    2 lawyer answers

    Have you been visiting the child? Domestic violence is a signficant factor for the court to consider in making orders for custody and visitation, but not the only factor. What you need to inform the court about is each parent's relationship with the child. How much time does each parent spend with the child and describe how the time is spent. Who does the pick and drop off to school, how is the child exchanged for visits, what activities do you engage in with the child? Effective January 1,...

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  4. Is it for a parent to move away with children 50 milles away , different school district?

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Golnar Sargeant
    2. Colin Thomas Greene
    2 lawyer answers

    You need to take immediate action, any inaction will be to your detriment. While I would have a lot of questions for you were I handling your matter, most likely, you should file a Request for Order (FL-300) on child issues in what appears to be your pending divorce case.

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