Dayn Anthony Holstrom’s Guides

Dayn Anthony Holstrom

Irvine Family Law Attorney.

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  1. Divorce and the Military

    Written by attorney Dayn Holstrom, over 3 years ago.

    Are you aware that divorce procedures for someone who is in the military or married to someone who is can be different than for civil citizens? The divorce officially becomes a military divorce and follows rules set by both California and the Federal government. The divorce is kn...

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  2. Basic Information re Domestic Partner's Rights in CA- Dayn A. Holstrom

    Written by attorney Dayn Holstrom, over 3 years ago.

    A California domestic partnership is a legal relationship that consists of two unmarried people, usually of the same sex, who are in a committed relationship. According to the California Domestic Partnership Law, the couple is entitled to many of the same rights as a married co...

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  3. What are your right's as a Father?

    Written by attorney Dayn Holstrom, over 3 years ago.

    In California child custody cases, the court cannot favor a parent simply because they are the mother or the father. During the divorce proceedings, the overriding consideration in determining custody is always the best interests of the child and who can take best care of him o...

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  4. Out of State Custody

    Written by attorney Dayn Holstrom, over 3 years ago.

    When two parties divorce and there is a child involved, it is hard enough to figure out the child visitation schedule, but when one parent moves out of the area, things can get complicated. It can be done it just needs more communication between the two parents they need to be ...

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  5. Elder Abuse

    Written by attorney Dayn Holstrom, over 3 years ago.

    Elder abuse affects people over 65 years of age from all types of backgrounds and can occur in a variety of situations. Under California Penal Code 368, elder abuse consists of, physical abuse which includes inflicting physical injuries and/or sexual abuse, neglect, abandonment...

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  6. Juvenile Dependency in California

    Written by attorney Dayn Holstrom, over 3 years ago.

    Juvenile dependency law pertains to abuse, neglect and/or abandonment cases in family situations - where allegations have been made. It is the process by which a child is removed from his or her parent's custody and care - becoming a dependent of the court. The juvenile court sy...

  7. CA PATERNITY LAW

    Written by attorney Dayn Holstrom, over 3 years ago.

    There are cases when an unmarried couple has a child and paternity of the child needs to be determined the mother is unsure who the father is or the paternity of the child may be in dispute. If an unmarried couple splits up and they need to establish their rights and obligations...

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  8. What is Palimony?

    Written by attorney Dayn Holstrom, over 3 years ago.

    California Palimony laws apply to couples living together who are not married. They come into effect when the relationship comes to an end. Depending on the circumstances and whether or not an agreement was established, one party may be entitled to a portion of the other persons ...

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  9. Cohabitation for same sex couples in CA

    Written by attorney Dayn Holstrom, over 3 years ago.

    5 March 2011 0 Comments Cohabitation for same sex couples in California ShareCohabitation is an arrangement where two unmarried people live together on a long-term basis in an emotionally and/or sexually intimate relationship. Same sex couples in California are free to live toget...

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  10. CHILD NEGLECT

    Written by attorney Dayn Holstrom, over 3 years ago.

    When a parent willfully fails to take proper care of a child, including shelter, food, medical care, clothes and supervision, it is known as child neglect. California law defines child abuse as a child who is physically injured by means other than by accident, a child who is sub...

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