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Father must Pay Half of Daycare Costs Even If Mother’s Choice to Further Her Education Is Voluntary and Not Required by Her Employer


Father must Pay Half of Daycare Costs Even If Mother’s Choice to Further Her Education Is Voluntary and Not Required by Her Employer
In reversal of a Trial Court, a California Court of Appeals has ruled that California Family Code Section 4062 permits an award of childcare..
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Father Allowed to Talk about the Divorce Case and Bad-mouth Mother on Facebook


Father Allowed to Talk about the Divorce Case and Bad-mouth Mother on Facebook
A California Court of Appeals has ruled that wording in a Domestic Violence Prevention Act restraining order that prohibits Father from posting anything about the parties’ divorce on Facebook..
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Husband Did Not Waive His Community Property Interest When He Signed a Deed Transferring Title of Their Property to Wife


Husband Did Not Waive His Community Property Interest When He Signed a Deed Transferring Title of Their Property to Wife
In the case of In re Marriage of Begian and Sarajian, Mother and Father were married in August of 1993, and later they had two children. On April 29,..
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Mom Can't Move Child to Israel Until 30 Days After Entry of Court's Judgment


Mom Can't Move Child to Israel Until 30 Days After Entry of Court's Judgment
On December 6, 2018, a California Court of Appeals has ruled that a Trial Court was wrong by determining that the time period for California Code of Civil Procedure..
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Child Can Have One Mother and Two Fathers


Child Can Have One Mother and Two Fathers
A California Court of Appeals has ruled that a Trial Court was correct in ruling that Child has three parents and that Husband’s paternity having been established under California..
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New Laws That Will Affect Family Law Litigants


New Laws That Will Affect Family Law Litigants
AB 2792 (Stats 2018, Ch. 83) Termination of parent-child relationship: Under existing California Family Code Section 7823, a child may be declared free from the custody and control of..
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Court must Decide If Both Parties Acted as an Aggressor Before it Can Order Mutual Restraining Orders


Court must Decide If Both Parties Acted as an Aggressor Before it Can Order Mutual Restraining Orders
A California Court of Appeals has ruled that separate restraining orders granted by Trial Court in response to separate requests by Mother and Father qualify as mutual restraining orders;..
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Father Should Have Been Charged with More Income & Should Have Paid Attorney's Fees


Father Should Have Been Charged with More Income & Should Have Paid Attorney's Fees
In a partial reversal, a California Court of Appeals has ruled that Trial Court was wrong when it failed to include Father’s income tax refunds and voluntary 401K contributions..
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Husband Signing a Deed Doesn’t Necessarily Mean that Property Belongs to Wife Alone


Husband Signing a Deed Doesn’t Necessarily Mean that Property Belongs to Wife Alone
A California Court of Appeals has ruled that a Trial Court made a mistake by determining that an interspousal transfer grant deed did not qualify as a transmutation agreement..
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Husband's Spousal Support Obligation Should've Been Terminated Since Wife Failed to Show Up to the Hearing


Husband's Spousal Support Obligation Should've Been Terminated Since Wife Failed to Show Up to the Hearing
A California Court of Appeals has ruled that Wife’s Income and Expense Declaration was inadmissible hearsay where Wife was not present to be cross-examined at the hearing on Husband’s..
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