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  • What legal action can i take to get partial custody?

    I have a year old child with a married woman who will not let me take responsibility for the child because she does not want to ruin her marriage. Her husband does not know anthing about it but deserves to know. I want to take responsibility and t...

    Morvarid’s Answer

    In a case such as yours, you may want to contact an attorney to assist you. There is a process of establishing parentage under the Uniform Parentage Act but this could be a complicated process.

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  • Can they file child support to an illegal immigrant?

    my bf is over staying hir in the united states. he has a kid.the mom of the kid suddenly wanted to file for child support.. but my bf does not have ss no. but he is working.. how is dat possible? and marrying him a good move/? coz im still a perm...

    Morvarid’s Answer

    As to your child support question, the courts do not generally ask the legal status of an individual when ordering child support. They are more concerned with the child being financially supported by the parents.

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  • Is a recording of a legal custodian's (parent's) call with minor children legal or admissible in court?

    Can you record your own conversations with your children and is the recording admissible in court if someone else's voice is in the background of the recording and that person did not give consent to the recording? This is an issue of verbal and ...

    Morvarid’s Answer

    Generally speaking, a person has to be given court permission or other consent to record a conversation, there are however some exceptions. There are also complicated evidentiary rules that apply to its introduction in a hearing; therefore, I would highly recommend consulting with a local attorney on your issue to provide the additional factual information to determine if your case falls in any allowed exceptions.

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  • How long do I have to file a Proof of Service form?

    Is two weeks too long? I am driving down to LA from SF to serve divorce papers on behalf of my sister. I plan to locate her husband late Friday afternoon to serve him, as that is the only time I am positive I can "catch" him in person. The courth...

    Morvarid’s Answer

    Some counties do have local rules that require the proof of service be filed no later than 60 days from the time of service, so be aware of those rules as well.

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  • Ticket for double parking and being more than 18" from the curb in one violation. Is this legal?

    My wife double parked in front of elementary school to pick up kid during rain. She ran to grab her and come back all in about 40 seconds. Parking enforcement cop was standing with a video camera recoding vehicles LP#. Got 2 separate tickets in ...

    Morvarid’s Answer

    Given that it is one set of facts to justify the infractions alleged to be committed and the elements of each violation are inherent in each other, your argument makes perfect sense, so although she may be found to have committed both acts, punishment of both infractions would in essence punish the same act twice.

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  • Can a disabledcollege student 18 years continue to receive his child support living in CA from Guam CS?

    child support needs to be extended into college years after majority age 18- 26 to help become self-supporting. what can be done here to enforce an order stipulation to remodify child support case to be transferred to San Diego?

    Morvarid’s Answer

    There are laws relating to adult disabled children, however, your there are more facts needed to answer if they would apply in your case. There are also procedures in place to transfer support orders from state to state. An attorney in your area should be able to assist you with this process.

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  • DUI in contra costa county

    Regarding the DMV hearing - how is it better to have the hearing, in terms of having a stronger chance of winning it or getting a favorable outcome, in-person or over the phone with the DMV hearing officer?

    Morvarid’s Answer

    The DMV officer is not supposed to discount your case for choosing a telephonic hearing versus in person hearing; one of the factors to consider for an in person hearing is the "human factor". It is easier to connect with other people in person rather than the phone and some individuals use their connection with others to persuade the person to see the case their way.

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  • I am in the military and I just recently got a DUI and I am suppose to ship in a week for basic training...

    Well My question is Can I get the court dates post-pone so I can ship to basic and finish that first before my court hearings? Also they took blood instead of Breathalyzer... And I know for sure I wasn't over the legal drinking limit... or else m...

    Morvarid’s Answer

    Postponing your court date depends on which stage of the proceeding you are at. In most misdemeanor cases, an attorney can attend court in your absence, so that may be an option for you so your military service is not interrupted. Thank you for your service to our Country. As to the blood alcohol testing, the blood results will normally be turned over to the defense at the first hearing.

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  • Filing for a dissolution/Divorce?

    I got married abroad (South Pacific) for almost 20 years and now living in the United States. My husband is living over there in the South Pacific. Due to irreconcilable differences I have decided to end our marriage and want to file for divorce. ...

    Morvarid’s Answer

    Generally the initial summons and petition for a Dissolution of Marriage have to be personally served, unless the person being served agrees to acknowledge receipt of the documents which is a process involving mailing of the documents and signing of a Judicial Counsel Form that is later filed with the court.

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  • My hushand and I are legally married but he is living with someone else. He's continued to pay joint bills but put us in debt.

    I learned how deep in debt we are, plus he lost our joint business due to negligence & bad partnerships I opposed, he's made no new money for 4 years but is "trying hard" to get business or one of his deals. I'd put in years without pay in the bu...

    Morvarid’s Answer

    There seem to be a number of complicated issues with your case. His living situation could affect a number of different issues in your case. I would highly recommend that you retain counsel to assist you.

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