I am the restrained party in a family court case. The hearing is coming soon and a deposition is scheduled for the other party to attend. She claims if I am present at the deposition that she will call law enforcement and have me arrested. Can ...
You should consult your attorney who will be representing you at the deposition to determine if your presence would be problematic. Most likely, you should stay away.See question
My husband and I are getting divorce. In order to protect the parties (the people involved in the case) against possible identity theft and to keep the public from seeing certain personal identifiers. When submitting a court document, what other...
You should read the Rule 1.20 of the 2014 California Rules of Court. It is found here:
spouse grossly understated her income and left out a huge amount of information about the family estate (grossly understated value of household goods which she kept).
You should alert the court prior to or at your next hearing if pleadings have already been filed. The timeline depends on the type of hearing you have coming up. if you are about to file a request for a new hearing, you should present this information to the judge in your initial paperwork.See question
I have had the same order for 11 years. No Judge wants to change what 4 other Judge stuck to! I have had one Judge moved to another courtroom and the new Judge refuse to change ore too! What is with these Judges? Should I file a 176.0 on this new...
Before you can receive a more thought-out answer, you need to provide additional information. What is the order you seek to change? How do you wish to change it? What facts support your request?See question
I purchased a timeshare on his credit card for $2,000 but a year ago I put $2000 down on a vehicle we purchased jointly. now he has taken me off title. He is demanding the $2,000 back. I say we're even. How is this proved?
If you have proof of the transactions, you may be even. If he does not agree that you are even and tries to collect the money through the courts, you may file a counter-suit against him for the money you put down on the vehicle.See question
I have a 6 year old and am four month pregnant from another father. I have 50/50 week on week off visitation, with zero child support in place because we made the same amount with same visitation. My dr put me on disability at 4 months for bed res...
Yes, provided other requirements for received child support are met. Child support is based on your current income, the other parent's current income, and the parties' time share with the children.See question
ask to take this test no other employees ever heard of no kind of testing in the years of employe r and i worked there for 5 years.
You have not really posed a question in your post. If you are trying to find out whether your employer could legally ask you to take a drug test, the answer would be: check your employment contract/employee handbook to see if such a scenario was provided for. You need to provide further details before a proper response can be provided to your post.See question
I have had three children who are not related to me by blood, living in my care for, on paper, the last year. The parents have stated that they would like to give me secondary custody. I was wondering if first if that is possible and second sho...
I agree with the prior posters: you need to provide much more information before a complete answer can be provided to you. It does not sound like you would be entitled to custody under the circumstances you have listed. However, you should contact a local attorney for a consultation before you decide how to proceed.See question
Defendant filed a motion for judgment on the pleadings, but they already filed an answer.... if they didn't file an answer they would still have few more days to file a demurrer (30 days after service of process). I wasn't sure if the motion was ...
Once a defendant files an answer, they may not file a demurrer. The motion for judgment on the pleadings is not untimely due to any of the facts you mention.See question