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Blog Posts in July, 2017

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  • How does a permanent/judgment custody order effect my right to move out of state?
    How does a permanent/judgment custody order effect my right to move out of state?

    If you have a permanent/judgment order for custody and visitation that awards you primary or sole physical custody, you are able to relocate (move away [anything in excess of 25 miles]) with the ...

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  • What is the benefit of having a judgment (permanent order) for custody and visitation as opposed to a findings and order after hearing (temporary order)?
    What is the benefit of having a judgment (permanent order) for custody and visitation as opposed to a findings and order after hearing (temporary order)?

    The goal in a family law case is to obtain a judgment on the issues of custody and visitation. The reason being is that to change a judgment custody order requires a substantial change in ...

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  • Who is the new judicial officer in Department B in the Pomona courthouse?
    Who is the new judicial officer in Department B in the Pomona courthouse?

    As of August 2016, we have a new judicial officer for family law at the Pomona courthouse. Judge John Slawson is the newest addition to the Pomona courthouse. Judge Slawson previously was a family law ...

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  • When can the Court set aside a fraudulent transfer in a California Family law case?
    When can the Court set aside a fraudulent transfer in a California Family law case?

    In Nautalis vs. Yang, the Fourth District discusses the good faith defense to set aside of a fraudulent transfer. It said that (w)e publish our opinion because of our analysis of the requirements of ...

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