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  • Will my ex get full custody

    Question Details : I requested a move way order but I M willing to make the 37 min commute so my kids can stay in school.. And now my ex wants full custody and I get them on the weekends he works 8pm to 7am Thursday's trough Monday and he will use...

    Mary’s Answer

    The answer to your question is that it is possible for the court to either award joint custody due to the amount of time you have with the child, but also possible to award sole custody depending on how the case is presented and what additional facts arise. I would recommend that you hire counsel to assist you in the matter so that your case is presented the best way possible in court.

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  • Can the mother of my daughter move my daughter to another country?

    I live in AZ and my daughter, her mother and her husband live in CA. I have recently singed the papers giving her full custody of our daughter, she now wants to move to Morocco with my daughter. I was never told that's what she is going to do, and...

    Mary’s Answer

    Your answer depends on what language exists in your agreement, and if it was filed with the court or not. Generally, if no permission is given for a move by the other parent, and there are existing orders for custody on file, the person requesting the move has to file documents with the court seeking permission to modify the agreement and make the move. You should consider contacting an attorney in California to assist you with the case. More information is needed to provide an accurate assessment.
    Walters & Moshrefi, Attorneys At Law, P.C.
    Fresno, CA

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  • I have had a DUI in another state, I was never conviced, been reinstated forDL, although my home town will not rein DL

    I was arrested for a DUI in another state, I do have a warrent for not appearing. In 2006 this happened. My DL was reinsted by this state although my home town will not reinstate my DL. The state that I have the warrant has stated and sent lett...

    Mary’s Answer

    You may want to contact an attorney in the other state to handle the warrant issue for you. If that is cleared, it may help resolve your DMV issues.

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  • Can you get a ticket/fine for possession of marijuana if you have a doctor note but it is expired?

    If it is under 1 ounce but your doctor card is expired? Does hash make it more severe a violation in the state of California?

    Mary’s Answer

    In short, without knowing anything further about your case, it would be safe to say if a person does not have a valid reason to possess marijuana, i.e. prescription or MJ card, a person can be ticketed/fined, etc.

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  • Can she calculate my perdium with my hourly rate to figure child support and alimony?

    Hi there, my question for you is, for divorce in california. My ex-wife is trying to take me for everything. I gave her EVERYTHING from the house but my pool table and tv. I took all the debt. Now she wants $2,200.00 a month on child support and a...

    Mary’s Answer

    The court does have the power to consider necessary job related expenses in determining your true income.

    Walters & Moshrefi, Attorneys at Law
    5446 N. Palm Ave. Ste. 101
    Fresno, CA
    559-439-9999

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  • California Child Support Add-On for Daycare

    I understand that as part of an add-on to any California child support calculation that "reasonable" daycare or pre-school expenses can be added to the basic order. However, what constitutes "reasonable expenses"? My ex wants to add on daycare cos...

    Mary’s Answer

    The "reasonable" daycare costs are not automatically ordered. You need to check your court orders first for the exact terms of your obligations.

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  • Can a wife receive some sort of SSI assistance for the children while husband is in Jail?

    My daughter's husband is in Jail for Domistic abuse and will be in Jail for a long time... can she get SSI or other assistance (SSI) while he is in jail to care for the children?

    Mary’s Answer

    There is government assistance available to the indigent. Some counties also have a "victim's fund" to assist the victims of certain types of crimes. Check with your local government agencies.

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  • How do I collect child support if father is in jail?

    husband is in jail and I was given sole custody of out 2 1/2 yr old daughter, How do I collect child support this/my child?

    Mary’s Answer

    Assuming that your child's father is in jail/prison, and there is no current support order, it is difficult to collect child support given he has little to no income to base child support on. You may want to confer with an attorney regarding the rules governing this area of law.

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  • Does my boyfriend have rights to custody of his child if he has a felony DUI?

    My boyfriend is going to jail for 8 months for Felony DUI. He has a 2 year old girl and is worried about losing rights to see her. His ex has threatened to never let him see his daughter again. There is currently no written custody agreement. Can...

    Mary’s Answer

    Criminal charges do not automatically result in loss of visitation, but they do affect the outcome of a custody case when a case is actually filed. It is important to contact an attorney to help him with that process of establishing a visitation plan to protect his rights in the future.

    This response is education in nature and does not intended to create an attorney-client relationship, a duty to further respond, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice and by reviewing this response, the reviewer agrees to these terms. This response is based upon the limited facts provided by the person asking the question. To the extent additional or different facts exist, the response might change.

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  • What is the procedure to terminate parental rights in California? Unwed mom of 2 yr old, father wants to relinquish rights

    Both the father of my 2 year old son and I agree to have his parental rights terminated. He is not, nor has he ever been, part of my son's life, therefore, he would like to relinquish his rights. He signed the Declaration of Paternity (but does ...

    Mary’s Answer

    Although you and your child’s father are in agreement, the court still has to approve the termination. There are a number of different factors the court looks at which can be explained further in detail to you by an attorney in your area. It would be advisable to seek counsel for your case.


    The information provided is educations only based on the limited information provided and by reviewing this information, the viewer agrees that no attorney client privilege exists and the viewer will consult an attorney for further information pertaining to the case.

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