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Wail Sarieh

Santa Ana Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

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  1. California Judgment Affecting Out-Of-State Real Property Title

    Written by attorney Wail Sarieh, over 1 year ago.

    Property acquired during marriage is divisible community property even though situtated in another state. [Family Code sec. 760] It has been argued, however, that a California court's property division judgment cannot directly affect title to out-of-state real property (Fall v...

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  2. California Jurisdiction: Selected Topis

    Written by attorney Wail Sarieh, over 3 years ago.

    CALIFORNIA COURTS JURISDICTION OVER ESTABLISHING OR MODIFYING FAMILY LAW ORDERS I. California Court Jurisdiction over establishing or modifying child custody including terminating parental rights: A fundamental difference between UIFSA (California State law regarding support ...

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  3. Terminating Parental Rights and Paternity Presumptions

    Written by attorney Wail Sarieh, almost 4 years ago.

    Terminating Parental Rights If a father is served with a notice of alleged paternity, he should assert his paternity by filing an action within 30 days of being personally served with the notice. Fa

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