I live in Monterey, my 10 year old son lives in Escondido and flies up about once per month. Wanted to change a few minor details in the order.
You can file a Request for Dismussal as long as the other side has NOT responded. If the other side has responded you must get that person to agree and then both Parties tell the Judge that they want to dismissSee question
Controlling ex served me with DVRO in order to maintain control of everything, deprive me of support, etc. She continued the matter 3x, acting on her own 2x & retaining an attorney the 3rd time. My attorney didn't object to any of this. 6 month si...
The use of "instant" is somewhat archaic but only means the current case which is under considerationSee question
Hi I have a 3 year old daughter her father abandoned her when she was 1. I am now married and my husband would like to adopt her. My husband has been there for my daughter since the day her father left. He is the only father she knows and he does ...
I agree that this process needs an attorney because the paperwork is complicated. But the first step is to ask the father if he will agree to give up his parental rights. If so he will no longer pay child support. Please speak to an attorney.See question
Divorced couple. Share title on property Wife lives on property and pays for everything. Last court date judge decreed we need to meet again in court and discuss whether we are ready to sell now or what we want to do. Does one of us need to f...
If you put your agreement into a proper Judgment and file it is the Courtroom you will have no need to go back in front of the Judge. Get an attorney to do the proper paperwork. There are forms to go with the JudgmentSee question
My husband of 5 years would like to adopt my son. The biological father is no where to be found from that last time that i was aware he had moved out of state and that was in 2004, I have received a total of about 4 checks and my son is now 12 and...
This can be done but you really need an attorney that has experience in Termination of Parental Rights and Step Parent AdoptionSee question
My ex wife and I just had mediation and agree to the proposed parenting plan of 60/40 (I will have 40 custody) She is asking the judge to run child support payments on 75/25 custody. Is this something he would consider? Needless to say I pay for a...
Take your mediation agreement to the Judge He or She is only interested in your actual time shareSee question
I am non-custodial parent and my 16 year old daughter recently got a job. Does this have any effect on the child support I am currently paying? Is this reason feasible to request a modification to reduce support?
The simple answer to your question is no. Her income is not relevant. Your income and other parent's income only are considered. And good for your daughter. She is showing a lot of responsibilitySee question
Battling for custody
Yes. Credibility is always important regarding any and all witnesses. Discreit the witness and you discredit the testimonySee question
I have four kids, one is with father, I might have to pay child support. I have a court date next month.
As is the answer to all Law School exams, the answer to your question is "it depends." The missing information to which my colleague refers is crucial to giving you a complete and thorough answer. Your local courthouse probably has a facilitator who can help you but make sure you take with you ALL of your financial information.See question
My wife is the petitioner and I'm not represented. I've had minimal communication with her attorney such as them emailing or calling me. I'veve attempted to communicate with her and her attorney as to what is the delay because we are at the MSA ...
Every time you call her attorney the attorney is using his time to deal with you. That is what he charges for/ his time. He would do the same if you had an attorney and he talked to the attorney. That is what attorneys bill for - our time.See question