Paul Jimenez Ryan’s Answers

Paul Jimenez Ryan

San Diego Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

Contributor Level 6
  1. I am serving family court papers for my husband but the person getting served is not wanting to get them and she is insulting me

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Edna Carroll Straus
    2. Paul Jimenez Ryan
    3. Donald Frederick Conviser
    4. Shawn Michael Haggerty
    5. Carmen Marie Rosas
    5 lawyer answers

    I think your best bet is to hire a professional process server. She apparently knows you are his wife and probably is more than happy to upset you. I think it's always good advice not to enlist family members to serve your court documents.

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  2. How i can devorce my wife, what is the first step i can do, i dont need anythings from her and sure she dont

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. David Alexander Yomtov
    2. Daniel Seth Williams
    3. Paul Jimenez Ryan
    3 lawyer answers

    It sounds like you might be a good candidate for a summary dissolution -- streamlined divorce procedure. You should talk to the Family Law Facilitator in your courthouse to see if you qualify and what forms you need to fill out for a summary dissolution.

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  3. My husband has violated the ATRO by giving away community property and is threatening to cancel my auto insurance. What can I do

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Daniel Seth Williams
    2. Paul Jimenez Ryan
    2 lawyer answers

    I agree that you should get into court as soon as you can and get some orders addressing the assets. You should also contact your insurance carrier and let them know what is going on so there is no gap in coverage. Please feel free to contact my firm if you need assistance. The San Diego Superior Court website also has information about ex parte hours and phone numbers to contact.

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  4. Can I file an Ex-Parte for visitation rights?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Paul Jimenez Ryan
    1 lawyer answer

    I would need more facts but you have not described a situation where the orders are permanent. You can always go into court for an ex parte hearing. The question is will the judge find that you have enough of a time-sensitive issue or emergency to merit ex parte relief. If the judge does not find that you have such an emergency requiring immediate relief, you can always ask for an order shortening time so you can be heard sooner rather than in the usual course. If you found this answer...

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  5. Can the non custodial parent modify the child support order to get child support to help with health and dental insurance costs?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Paul Jimenez Ryan
    2. Richard Glenn Freed
    3. Stephen Ross Cohen
    4. Peter Cameron
    4 lawyer answers

    I would need more information about your case, but It appears that you are stating that you pay all the health insurance, dental insurance and out of pocket orthodontist fees. Courts frequently have the parents split these additional [see Family Code Section 4062 re additional child support/ mandatory add-ons]. However, a party can present evidence why the other party should have to pay more than half of these additional costs. In any case, you should certainly consider modifying child...

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  6. My son's father's MO is to call and threaten me to close child supp case or he will file for joint custody & visitation.

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Rebekah Ryan Main
    2. Tobie Brina Waxman
    3. Paul Jimenez Ryan
    4. Stephen Ross Cohen
    4 lawyer answers

    Given his lack of participation in your son's life, I think he's making empty threats. Moreover, in some venues such as San Diego, your son would be able to tell the FCS Mediator what his preferences are as to custody and visitation. His opinion in those venues would be given some weight. Thus, Iagree with the advice given that you should get some orders. Moreover, if he ever does enlist in the Air Force you can fax your order to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) and have...

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  7. I am a divorced father with sole legal and sole physical custody of my two children (3 and 6 yo). Can I move out of California?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Daniel Seth Williams
    2. Donald Frederick Conviser
    3. Paul Jimenez Ryan
    3 lawyer answers

    I agree with my colleagues' answers. Her failure to exercise visitation gives you significant leverage.

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  8. How should we prepare for an FRC to review visitation for a 1-year old when no Parent Plan has been developed?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. John F Cannon
    2. Zephyr Savoy Hill
    3. Paul Jimenez Ryan
    3 lawyer answers

    The Family Resolution Conference just recently used to be called a Case Management Conference. The court will inquire as to the status of the case and possibly set it for a Mandatory Settlement Conference or trial if the parties are ready. Your question seems more geared towards FCS Mediation and an OSC. Do not take the FCS mediation lately. You might even want to go over your case with a former FCS mediator -- there are some out there that you can consult with about your case.

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  9. Is there anyway that I can get full custody of my daughter and guarantee that she will never have to meet her father?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Hillary Johns
    2. Rebekah Ryan Main
    3. Paul Jimenez Ryan
    3 lawyer answers

    You should definitley hire an attorney. If you are not able to hire an attorney, there are domestic violence clinics at various courthouses in California. It would seem that at minimum you should pursue supervised visitation for him.

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  10. Does a stepparent have a right to not have the stepchild live at their home?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Hillary Johns
    2. Paul Jimenez Ryan
    2 lawyer answers

    I agree that you should definitely speak to your husband asap about this situation. While it is understandable that you would normally want to be supportive of your husband, you also have a duty your daughter to keep her safe. I hope this situation does not turn into a situation where you have to choose between what is best for your daughter and what is best for your marriage. I think it is clear that your duty to your minor child should be your primary concern.

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