Posts Tagged ‘order’

Can You Receive a Divorce Modification Over Any Issue?

At the Law Offices of Amy M. Montes, we have experience in many aspects of the divorce process, from the very start to the end. With that being said, we have handled cases on the post-judgment modification of orders, such as in cases where you must modify the circumstances of your order based on changes… Continue reading →

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When You Want to Introduce Your Significant Other to Your Child

Divorce can be a difficult time for all, and you may want to stray far from introducing more difficulties into the process, too soon. But what happens if you already have a significant other when you are going through the divorce process? For many people in America every year, this is a reality and parents… Continue reading →

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When Your Ex Has Been Denying You Custody With Orders in Place

There are many instances in which an ex could break the court order that you’ve had established by the court. Let’s say, for instance, your ex prevents you from seeing your child even though you have joint custody. You may wonder if you can just go and pick your child up anytime, such as intervening… Continue reading →

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Is There Any Way That I Can Appeal a Custody Decision?

Child custody is an important issue to you and your family because you want what is best for your child in all circumstances. When you go to court and don’t receive the results you wanted, you may think that modification is the only option you have – however, such a thing exists as an appeal…. Continue reading →

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The Importance of Establishing Parentage for California Parents

Parentage cases, also known as paternity cases, are when the court orders who the legal parents of the child are. When both parents are married to one another when the child is born, there is usually no question of who the father is; however, for unmarried parents, parentage must be established legally. In many cases,… Continue reading →

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When a Parent Isn’t Following the Visitation Schedule

If you have been through the court system once, you want to believe that your schedule will work out for both you and your ex-spouse. But what happens when one parent does not follow the visitation schedule you two agreed to? If you are the custodial parent, you are probably already aware that it is… Continue reading →

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When One Parent Won’t Agree to a Custody Order Change

If you are involved in a custody agreement, you probably already understand that this agreement is legally binding and both parents must share the child according to what is written on the agreement. If you want to change anything that appears on the order, you and your ex-spouse or partner have the freedom to do… Continue reading →

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What You Should Know About Temporary Custody Orders

Many court-related decisions take months or even years to settle when you are in the midst of a divorce. When couples separate, something known as a temporary order is created by the family courts at the time of a hearing over various issues, including child custody. The courts prefer that a family try to come… Continue reading →

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How do You File to Modify a California Custody Order?

After your custody order has been formed, this does not mean that you can never change it again. There are many reasons that call for a modification, such as the needs of the parent or child changing. If two parents agree on changes, they can change their court order by using the agreement that they… Continue reading →

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What Are Some Reasons for Modifying a Custody Order?

When the courts decide custody matters, they will take many factors into consideration that revolve around the best interest of the child. However, over time many aspects of your order may change and you may wonder how you can fix this. You, as the parent, are able to request that the judge modify your custody… Continue reading →

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