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  • Can I obtain a California identification card by showing my mexican border crossing card and i-94?

    I live down south of the border but travel frequently to the US, my question is could I obtain a CA ID by showing those documents for legal presence? Could CBP cancel my visa because of applying?

    Nazanin’s Answer

    It doesn't seem like you would qualify for a CA ID card based on the information you have provided. You might qualify for the special ID card for undocumented individuals but even for that we need to know more facts. Last but not least, it is not a good idea to apply for either kind of ID Cards because doing so jeopardizes your visa! Applying for a CA ID card is evidence of having immigrant intent or violating the terms of your admission and CBP can and most likely will cancel your visa.

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  • If husband and I agree on everything and sign papers. Does it take the 6mos for any alimony or Money to start?

    Husband and I are in total agreement not to fight. If all is settled between us. Does wife have to wait the 6mos for any alimony to start being paid?

    Nazanin’s Answer

    No! Support can start whenever you two agree for it to start (when divorcing amicably as you have described). The 6 month cooling off period has nothing to do with support. I think it would be a smart idea for you to have an attorney review all your papers and inform you of any issues that you might have left out or not considered so that you do it properly and without any unintended consequences down the road. It will probably take an hour or two of time for someone to review it, money well spent in my opinion. Good luck!

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  • I separated my ex in 2010 and want file divorce. I prepared Fam020, FL100, FL110, FL105. What else do I need?

    I married in 2005 and separated in 2010 and X left to his country, Japan. Now I'm living with my daughter with Prader-Willi syndrome. We already filed divorce in Japan and I have the divorce certificate from Japan. He is working in Japan and earni...

    Nazanin’s Answer

    As my colleague explained, there is a very good chance that the Japanese divorce decree will be accepted here in the U.S. so you do not have to go through the entire process all over again. You would simply register it with the court as described by my colleague. You can contact the court for additional info or go online and research how to do that. It would save a lot of time and money if you are able to successfully register it here.

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  • Child Support

    Hi My husband moved out on Mar 17 and I was in so much shock with my 8 months baby and don't know what to do then.So i filed Child Support and I havent received any response yet.They told me your husband is not ready to pay a single penny and ...

    Nazanin’s Answer

    You need to consult with a family law attorney asap so he/she can help you figure out the next step(s). Keep in mind that 1) many family law attorneys offer a free initial consult and 2) even if you are not able to pay for the attorney to represent you yourself there is a very good chance that your attorney can ask the court to order your husband to pay your attorney fees if certain requirements are met. But you won't know if you can do it or not until you've had a productive consult with a family law attorney. Best of luck!

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  • What are the consequences for children who will not go to school.

    I have a mother and three children living with me at the moment because of an unforeseen financial disaster. The three children seem to have no self discipline whatsoever regarding getting up, getting off to school, doing their homework and gettin...

    Nazanin’s Answer

    Perhaps the Mother can try and seek help from teacher(s) or counselor(s) at school or even consider therapy for the kids to see what the underlying issue(s) are. As the other attorneys have explained, this could eventually end up being an issue for the Mother at the end if it continues on.

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  • Can I stop my ex girlfriend moving from San Jose to Long Beach with our 9 month old son?

    My ex girlfriend moved to San Jose from Long Beach with her 18 month old daughter about 2 half years ago leaving get ex boy friend in Long Beach so that she can finish her masters degree..she broke up with him on bad terms. Now that she has gradu...

    Nazanin’s Answer

    I agree with both my colleagues who have responded to your question; time is of the essence in these types of cases. I would also recommend that you make one final attempt with your ex in trying to convince her in not taking this action since you have indicated you two are on friendly terms at the moment still. Once you file with the court and stop her from moving, it may not be as friendly or easy as it is right now to have a productive conversation with her.

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  • Will I replay again for my husband FL320?

    I'm the respondent and I filed spousal for support, and also a Declaration MC-030. The judge order Hearing to RFO on 6/15. Meanwhile my husband filed Responsive Declaration re: RFO FL-320 I Googled for a replay and I found some lawyers answer t...

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    You can use the MC-030 Form to write your Reply Declaration (title it on the top as REPLY DECLARATION). This needs to be filed with the Court and then personally served 5 Court days (not calendar days) prior to the hearing on your husband.. If you mail the documents to him you will need someone over the age of 18 to place it in the mail with a proof of service which you will file with the Court.

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  • Am I required to pay out of pocket medical expenses if my ex just sent me all receipts dating back 2 years, totaling $2000?

    My ex has been trying to make a deal with me to move to Portland. Since I am not agreeing to the terms, she is now sending me all the out of pocket medical bills for the last two years. She has never sent me a receipt until now. She has compiled a...

    Nazanin’s Answer

    I agree with both my colleagues who have responded to your question. You should first look at the language of any agreements or orders you may have. If you don't have any such documents, then the code will be applicable however as it was mentioned already just because the code says one thing it doesn't mean that the judge will necessarily follow it exactly. A lot of times judges will try and be equitable in family law matters. My best suggestion to you is to try and figure this out amicably between the two of you because litigating it will cost a great deal more than the 2k in question. Good luck.

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  • Filling out Divorce papers.

    Me and my wife have made an agreement and both have copies. I'm just looking for a inexpensive way to have my forms filled out by a lawyer. We are a young couple with not much money so no assets and things are involved. We live separate and have d...

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    Feel free to contact my office tomorrow and we'd be more than happy to help you out...

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  • If I don't have layer representation and my wife has, can my wife dispute in the future ?

    We will have an uncontested divorce, I just have a Layer to to the divorce paper without representing me, he/sh also draft the agreement. my wife have a layer to review them. We plan to have a private judge to sign our divorce papers to finaliz...

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    It looks like this question got posted twice...

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