Blog Posts in November, 2012

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  • Legal Custody
    Legal Custody

    There are two types of Legal Custody in Ca Family Law: Joint & Sole Legal Custody. Joint Legal Custody means that both parents shall share the right and the responsibility to make the decisions ...

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  • Joint Physical Custody
    Joint Physical Custody

    The common misconception with the term Joint Physical Custody is that it equates to the children spending equal time with both parents. Although there is not a fixed amount of time required for Joint ...

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  • What do I do if the other side is acting unreasonably in a Ca Family Law Case?
    What do I do if the other side is acting unreasonably in a Ca Family Law Case?

    A sanction in the form of an award of attorney's fees may be imposed for a party's frustration of settlement and for employing tactics that increase the cost of litigation. In a recent case, IRMO Wahl ...

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  • What should I do if I believe I am the father of a child not yet born?
    What should I do if I believe I am the father of a child not yet born?

    An unmarried bio-father who consistently sought to be determined to be a child's father and repeatedly requested visitation is a presumed parent of the child. A person who lived with the child's ...

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  • How are pension rights/credits determined in a Ca Family Law case?
    How are pension rights/credits determined in a Ca Family Law case?

    A spouse’s use of community funds during the marriage to purchase military service credit in CalPERS makes the service credit community property even though the spouse’s military service was completed ...

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