the basic child support does not cover extra curriculum activities, like sports, computer. My kid is in middle school and needs a computer to assist school assignment and project. I am planning to buy kid one computer as the old one died. Also kid...
Yes, you can ask for child support add-ons. It is up to the Court's discretion.See question
Do I have to come back for sing any of paper? We have house that both agreed how to share. If I met attorney n finish all the paper works, do I still need to come back for only sign?
More facts are needed. If you have kids and a custody order, you'll need Court permission and a modification of the custody order to move away.See question
I need a quick divorce. Anyone know where in the United States I can get home the quickest without having to be a residence there??? My husband and I have issues and by now I am agreeing to a non contested divorce. I need a very experience lawye...
States have residency requirements which make it harder to forum shop. For example -- even in Nevada you need to be a resident for six weeks before filing for divorce. (Nevada Statutes - Chapter 125 - Sections: 020)
If you are already California residents, it might be faster and easier for you to file in this state. In California, you can obtain a divorce in six months. Here is a link with the requirements to qualify for a summary dissolution in California: http://www.courts.ca.gov/1241.htmSee question
in a case where there is notary signed agreement between parties, is it still necessary to file a response? Is it quicker/more efficient to respond or wait, if the response documents is basically the same as the original document
Here is the link to California Judicial Council form FL-107 Info, which sets forth the steps you must take to obtain a divorce: http://www.courts.ca.gov/documents/fl107info.pdf
Note that in California, you're going to have to wait six months after you've filed your petition to have the judgment entered - whether you proceed by default or with a response. I prefer responses as it limits possible later arguments to set aside the judgment (e.g., lack of proper service, etc.)See question
In California do the courts use a calculator to calculate spousal support for after the divorce is final? or is it just a series of factors? Is there some way to estimate? Mu husband makes 75k per year gross and I make $16,800 per year gross.
Family Code section 4320 governs permanent support -- not the Dissomaster.See question
Me and my partner got our domestic partner license in June 2013. Half of the property was given to me as a gift using a grant deed on march 5th 2015 .Does this transaction qualify as a transmutation under Family Code 750 or FC 850? (keep in mind ...
Interspousal transfers can be challenged on numerous grounds (e.g., duress, undue influence). A clever attorney could try to fight the transmutation. See Section 2 of the Marriage of Haines case at this link: http://law.justia.com/cases/california/court-of-appeal/4th/33/277.html
As the Court noted in Haines: When an interspousal transaction advantages one spouse, "[t]he law, from considerations of public policy, presumes such transactions to have been induced by undue influence." (Brison v. Brison (1888) 75 Cal. 525, 529 [17 P. 689].) "Courts of equity ... view gifts and contracts which are made or [33 Cal. App. 4th 294] take place between parties occupying confidential relations with a jealous eye." (Payne v. Payne (1909) 12 Cal. App. 251, 254 [107 P. 148] [setting aside of deed from enfeebled, elderly woman to daughter-in-law upheld on grounds of undue influence even though no proof of fraud or deceit].)
Whether the Court rules the "gift" as a valid transmutation will depend on the specific facts of your case. Hire a good lawyer.See question
i have medical records that put me in the clear and show that they are wrong in accusing me of getting hurt at work or outside of work. never happened.so i would like to sue them for making a false statement about me.do i have grounds to sue them?
Civil Code section 47 provides a litigation immunity to the plaintiff for bringing the suit. Should you prevail, you may have grounds for a malicious prosecution lawsuit if you can show that the other side knew their lawsuit was without merit. If they have simply made a mistake, your recourse would be to successfully defend the lawsuit.See question
I properly filed for divorce and have a temporary spousal support order in place. I realized that I left off one community debt when I filed for divorce. I am a disabled attorney and my husband doesn't make much and so I need there to be no lega...
Include the debt in your Preliminary and Final Declaration of Disclosures and provide the other side with documentation during discovery. Make reference to it in your trial brief. Note that you can also amend your petition.See question
My soon-to-be ex-wife and I are about to file our final Judgement after 2 years of working on our divorce proceedings and agreement. A joinder has already been filed and the retirement plan has already made an appearance on the case. Should we c...
Before, if possible. Know the numbers. They might help in negotiations.See question
My sister and I ran away with my biological father who had made a petition to get custody over us. Now my mom is threatening to put him to jail and the police sent us back with her where we do not want to be. I'm afraid he can get in trouble and I...
Your father needs to work with the Court system. He should hire a lawyer to speak on his behalf with your mother. That lawyer should be prepared to appear with your father at future Court hearings and should further be willing to speak with law enforcement if they have been contacted.See question