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Marshall William Waller

Woodland Hills Child Custody Lawyer.

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  1. Need to know about divorce/remarriage.

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Marshall William Waller
    2. Mary J Quin
    3. Robert Brett Burch
    3 lawyer answers

    You have raised an interesting question. Generally speaking, once you divorce your spouse everything "re-sets" to zero and if you re-marry the same person you are starting over. For example, if you are married for 25 years you have accumulated a lot of property during this time and the court will divide up the community interests. If you then re-marry the same person and divorce after two years, all the former community property that was divided in the first divorce that became each of your...

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  2. Contributing to Deliquency of Minor

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Marshall William Waller
    2. John Noah Kitta
    3. Shamoon Aziz Budhwani
    4. Mary Katherine Brown
    4 lawyer answers

    If you are unaware of the activity, likely not. If you condone it or facilitate it, arguably yes, although as a practical matter it is unlikely you would be prosecuted. It would be different in my opinion were the 18 year old boy having sex with your daughter at his house (assuming he lives with his parents) and they knew about it. In that situation I think they could be prosecuted.

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  3. Have court order to pay alimony and child support. Just laid off, how much do I have to earn in next job to keep Court happy?

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Marshall William Waller
    2. Athina Karamanlis Powers
    3. Jonathan A Durham
    4. Gregory Paul Benton
    4 lawyer answers

    Your attorney is not exactly correct. You are in contempt of court if you willfully disobey a court order. The court order you describe is that you pay a specific amount of money in support. If you are unable to do that because you lost your job and have no (or little) income then the reason for non payment is not that you are deliberately refusing to pay, it is because you don't have the ability to pay; it's a big difference. Keep in mind that you should always pay SOMETHING, as much as you...

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  4. My ex is not cooperating with getting my daughters passport renewed. We went to court & the Judge gave me permission to leave.

    Answered 12 months ago.

    1. Stephen Ross Cohen
    2. Marshall William Waller
    3. Cynthia Lajean White
    4. Edna Carroll Straus
    4 lawyer answers

    Go to court and explain to the judge what is happening. Ask the judge to give you sole legal custody of your daughter for the limited purpose of getting her a passport. Most judges will do that. Once you get that order you can get a passport without your husband;s permission. When you go into court get a certified copy of the court order giving you permission to take the children out of the country as well; you will need that to show the TSA when you leave and when you return.

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  5. I missed are jury trial for divorce because of health issues now it says we are divorced but he got everything can I take him

    Answered 12 months ago.

    1. Marshall William Waller
    2. Gregory Paul Benton
    3. Ernest Allyn Cardona
    3 lawyer answers

    Divorce is not handles by jury trial in California. If you missed the trial of your case, depending upon the reasons that you missed it you may be able to have the judgment set aside. There are a lot of facts missing from your question so that makes answering it more difficult. I suggest you get a consultation with an attorney in your area on the subject.

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  6. I have questions re objectives of forensic accounting, please see below.

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Marshall William Waller
    2. Richard Forrest Gould-Saltman
    3. L. Maxwell Taylor
    3 lawyer answers

    Your lawyer is likely simply trying to ensure that you receive all to which you are entitled, and to do so the attorney needs to fully understand the value of the marital assets. Also, tax returns are not the end of the inquiry in support cases, especially when dealing with someone who is self employed and owns their own business. A lot of "income-hiding" goes on with people who own their own business and a forensic can usually ferret that out. As for your last comment regarding your lawyer...

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  7. How do i find out if ex spouse exercised the stock options i was supposed to get in the divorce?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Wail Sarieh
    2. Gregory Paul Benton
    3. Marshall William Waller
    4. Ernest Allyn Cardona
    4 lawyer answers

    It is unusual for employers to allow stock options to be transferred to non-employees; typically the employee has to exercise them and then give the money to you. I suggest you hire a lawyer to conduct discovery (and investigation) of this situation with the employer and then, if necessary, file a Request for Order (RFO) asking the court to order your ex to comply with the court orders and pay you your half of the options. You really should hire a lawyer to help you with this.

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  8. My ex-spouse just got re-married to a woman who works. Is this grounds for increase in my alimony?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Marshall William Waller
    1 lawyer answer

    Under the facts you have given the short answer is "unlikely." I suggest you consult with a local attorney who can review ALL the facts and advise accordingly.

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  9. What's the difference b/n mediation agreement and court order papers?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Marshall William Waller
    2. Julia Amanda Richter
    3. Jason Allen Ewing
    3 lawyer answers

    You need to take the mediation agreement and have it drafted and converted into a court order. It's fundamentally the same thing, there's just some extra language unique to court orders that is in there and the judge signs it. Your mediator should be able to help you out with that. Once it is a court order, then you have to have your ex served with the court order, personally served, by someone over the age of 18, and not you. Then the police will be in a position to enforce that order against.

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  10. I filed a false police report on my boyfriend and he never scratched me I did it accidentally what will happen to me for lying

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Marshall William Waller
    2. Christine C McCall
    3. Kevin H. Pate
    3 lawyer answers

    I'm not positive, but I'm pretty sure that filing a false police report is a crime. I wouldn't panic about it at this point were I you, but it is something you should deal with and address. I strongly recommend you consult with a criminal attorney to get a full sense of what the situation will mean to you and how best to fix it.

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