Can a judge in California prevent a pregnant women form leaving the state and give birth in Las Vegas in order to prevent the courts of California from having jurisdiction over child custody? The father files a paternity suit in California against...
Giving birth in another state solely to avoid California jurisdiction is a bad-faith move and not advisable. If this question cn be related back to the mother, the question itself can be used as evidence of the bad faith. There is a child's life in the balance - integrity is imperative.See question
I currently have both a family and criminal protective order for my child's father. I am finally filing for child support. In regards to having him served with these papers, can I have the sheriff dept. serve the child support orders as I did w...
If there is an ongoing family law case, with NO checks on the box for "Court Order" nor on Item 4 and no temporary emergency court orders, you can serve by mail (be sure to allow five extra days for mailing). If not, have you considered hiring a process server? Another option is to run your request through the California Department of Child Support Services (childsup.ca.gov); if so, they will handle the process for you - as well as enforcement.See question
I want to move in with my aunt
I am so sorry that this is happening to you. Is there a trusted adult or teacher with whom you can speak? Can your aunt help you speak to your Dad and see if you could go with her? You can make any decisions you want when you're 18, including moving to Indiana; but until that time, your Dad is your guardian. I hope the best for you.See question
Since my son was born 5 yrs. ago, my ex & I have been trying to work things out in a civil manner. I finally had enough & want a set schedule. My son is with me most of the time & my ex only takes him on his days off that vary month to month since...
It sounds like you two have been working out agreements to co-parent your son. I cannot reinforce enough how much better that is for your son than a court action. Have you and Dad considered co-parent counseling? In that atmosphere, you could make agreements (such as "Dad promises to get child to school on time" and "Mom will not allow domestic violence around child." A co-parent counselor could also reinforce to Dad how important consistent schedules are for your son, and perhaps one can be created. Sometimes, hearing what's best for children from a third party falls more softly than hearing it from an ex.
As to your actual question - it depends on what evidence is presented.
Good luck.See question
Hello , I have a 6 year old daughter who lives with Mother who lives with her Parents. I had an Accident in 2011 which caused major financial hardship that lead to losing home and all possessions and went to shelter and wife /mother. Wife left as ...
You will file in the same courthouse, same county, in which your prior case (concerning custody of your daughter) is filed.See question
this major move wasnt voluntary, he moved another woman in our home forcing the move. only a week for christmas,easter and 3 for the summer was spent with their father. court was the 28th of august and i feel i agreed to "MEET HALF WAY" and give ...
What does the court order say about transportation?See question
Because the court doesn't no me or no nothing about my background but me trying to get custody of a child in I'm 23
We need more details to be able to answer this. Was your child already adopted? Is someone trying to adopt your child? Who performed the DNA test and why was a DNA test performed? Most importantly, does your child know you?See question
I won a motion to set aside my divorce judgment. During the divorce my ex husband created false documents and was awarded community real properties as his separate property. The fact is that the real properties is community property and must now b...
If the property was community property, then the rental income is community and is community income. You would have to deduct amounts spent for upkeep: mortgage, maintenance, etc. from the amount of income. It would be from date of separation. This is somethng to explore with an attorney.See question
Or am I still the only person with access to it? Just to be clear: I am on an F1-student visa, she is American.
Married or not, assuming the grandparents leave the money to you in your name alone, inheritance is separate property (only yours) SO LONG AS you keep it in a separate bank account.See question
My dad has dementia. How does mom get a power of attorney so she can sell their house? Thanks very much!
I re-tagged this for the estate planning experts.See question