Includes establishing Custody and Visitation Rights, Child Support, Spousal Support, and Division of Assets and Debts.
Establish or modify Child Custody, Child and Spousal Support, Visitation Rights, District Attorney Child Support,Temporary Orders or any other orders.
Establishes Child Custody, Visitation Orders and Child Support Orders for unmarried parents.
You, in agreement with the other party, can establish or modify custody orders, visitation schedules, or child support. If you both agree to the changes we will prepare and file all the forms and establish or modify your court order without the need to see a judge.
If you're going through a divorce and want to receive your fair share of the retirement benefits acquired during your marriage, you need to make sure that your rights under these retirement plans are fully protected. In many cases, this will require the use of a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO).
If DCSS is asking you to complete Child Support documents, we can prepare them all and assist you with dealing with DCSS.
The purpose of these orders is to address matters that cannot be heard on the court's regular calendar. The process is used to request orders to help prevent inmediate danger or harm to a party or the children.
Petition for change of name. We prepare and file all the documents for you, including publishing your Petition in the approved newspaper. With your change of name you can change your legal documents, including your birth certificate, social security card, passport and driver license.
Child Custody and Visitation, Child and Spousal Support, Stay Away Orders, Restrain on Personal Conduct, Move Out Orders, Record Unlawful Communications, Property Control, Debt Payment, Property Restraint and Batterer Intervention Programs.
Many evictions are a result of a breach of the rental agreement. When a landlord has given proper notice to a tenant, the tenant must decide if they will voluntarily move out or not. If the tenant fails to voluntarily move out, the landlord can evict the tenant. In order to evict, the landlord must file an unlawful detainer lawsuit in superior court.
California courts can dissolve domestic partnerships registered in California regardless of where you live. If your partnership was registered in another state, you can still file for dissolution in California if you meet certain residency requirements. You or your partner must have lived in the state for the past six months and for at least three months in the county where you intend to file.
A DVRO is a court order that helps protect you and/or your children from abuse or threats of abuse. Keep in mind that abuse does not have to be physical.
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