You need to hire a California Family Law attorney immediately to protect your rights. they may want to file a motion immediately in an attempt to reverse these findings.
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You need to have a heart to heart with your attorney and if you don't get the answers you want I would suggest contacting another attorney for their opinion. Did you attend the ex parte? If you did why didn't you show your proof at that time?
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