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Timothy J. Lopez
State of Practice: California
Member Since: 6/6/2012
Last Answer: 05/22/2013

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Timothy J. Lopez is a respected attorney in Fair Oaks, California specializing in various areas of law including Auto Accident, Child Custody, Divorce, Employment, Estate Planning, Landlord and Tenants and Personal Injury. Attorney Timothy J, Lopez graduated Law from McGeorge School University of the Pacific and has an undergraduate degree from California State University, Sacramento. Attorney Timothy J, Lopez is admitted to practice in California since 1994 and is currently a Partner at Lopez & Associates.

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Answer: You need to file a Request For Order in the court having jurisdiction in your case.
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Answer: You can file a Request For Order asking the judge to again order him to pay. You can also bring an action for Contempt b ...read more
Answer: You will have to file a Request For Order and ask a judge to decide on visitation.
Answer: You need to have a lawyer prepare all the paperwork to submit to the court to get a final judgment of dissolution. Costs ...read more
Answer: He cannot stop you from moving but absent an agreement and court approved stipulation between you, he can ask a judge to ...read more
Answer: The short answer is, yes. It may largely depend on whether a mediator would accept such evidence. Typically, the printed ...read more
Answer: He should file a Request For Order in the child's jurisdiction to have the court set visitation.
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Answer: If the Petition for dissolution of the marriage was filed or answered by your attorney, y he must file the papers or yo ...read more
Answer: One of the parents would have to file a Request For Order and have the question looked into through mediation and then b ...read more
Answer: California is a no-fault divorce state which means, in essence, the courts do not care who cheats on who and will grant ...read more
Answer: Generally, absent a court order otherwise, a parent can take the child anywhere he/she wishes during their parenting tim ...read more
Answer: It depends on what he has, how it's held and how many heirs are alive.
Answer: You will have to file a Motion with the court asking to modify the order to allow you to move the child.
Answer: You should file the Petition for dissolution here and there is a form he can sign acknowledging that he was served with ...read more
Answer: Generally, an annulment acts to render the marriage voidable as never having existed whereas a divorce recognizes the ma ...read more
Answer: His chances are slim at best, nonexistent at worse.
Answer: Your ex can take you to court at almost anytime on any issue involving your son. While we can't predict with any accurac ...read more
Answer: It largely depends not so much on what your wife did or did not sign, but if and when a dissolution order was entered by ...read more
Answer: In California, there is a common law right to use any name you choose so long as you do so without the intent to defraud ...read more
Answer: On just these facts, as limited as they are, no, not without another court order permitting her to do so.
Answer: In California, the fact that you were not married to the mother makes no difference to the courts when determining what, ...read more
Answer: She can get divorced for practically any reason. She may even be able to get an annulment.
Answer: It depends on the length of the marriage and the relative incomes of you and the ex, along with about 10th other factors ...read more
Answer: Only if your wife agrees and there are no disputed issues.
Answer: It depends largely on the court where you filed. Sometimes a few days to a few weeks depending on staffing and workload. ...read more
Answer: You will need to file a Request For Order with the court to have the matter decided by a judge.
Answer: It will depend on what the MSA provided for and whether or not she breached the agreement. If you have grounds to rescin ...read more
Answer: A third party creditor is not obligated to modify the terms of a loan based upon a settlement agreement between the two ...read more
Answer: If you feel that a child is in danger of immediate physical harm, you should contact the local Child Protective Services ...read more
Answer: The question of custody of a minor in a divorce is an arrangement either agreed upon by the parents or imposed by the co ...read more
Answer: Yes, but only if ordered by a court by its own order or by a subpoena in a legal proceeding which is not otherwise quash ...read more
Answer: Yes, you could. First, a judge would have to find you to be in contempt of its child support order and then the judge co ...read more
Answer: You cannot go against the current court ordered visitation without the permission of the court and the court will not li ...read more
Answer: The short answer is that if the pension was earned, in full, prior to the marriage, then it is not community property.
Answer: It depends, in large part, on the comparative income of the parents.
Answer: You are hearing different answers because there isn't enough information here to give any single and precise answer. It ...read more
Answer: Yes. She should hire an attorney to take over this matter and press it forward.
Answer: The short answer is yes. If you're not satisfied with the decision you should ask for a trial on that issue.
Answer: The short answer is "no." Typically, all things being equal and there being no bad actors in the relationship and no re ...read more
Answer: The short answer is "probably, depending on the circumstances." Depending on the most current child support/custody/vis ...read more
Answer: You can start by going to the court in the county in which you and your husband resided at the time you separated. Chec ...read more
Answer: While you have provided a good background of your situation, there remain details needed to fully and completely answer ...read more
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