Blog Posts in January, 2016

An Instance of Termination of Parental Rights

In January of 2015, Mother was arrested for credit card fraud and child endangerment. Her home was found to be in a deplorable condition and unsafe for her Son, age two years old. Because of the ...
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A Loss of Custody Based on Drug Abuse

Five-year old N, two-year old L, and one-year old J were all under the jurisdiction of the Los Angeles County Juvenile Court because of their mother’s drug-abuse problem and J’s toxicology ...
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Defining Residency for Jurisdiction is Very Important

Daughter was born in Miami, Florida in June of 2011. She, her Mother and Father moved to Twentynine Palms, California in April of 2012. Sometime in the spring of 2013, Mother took Daughter to Miami, ...
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When the Court Does Not Remove Custody Rights

Mother and Father had three children, two sons and one daughter. In 2008, Mother was given both legal and physical custody of the children through a juvenile dependency hearing. However, shortly ...
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Attorneys' Fees Awards

Mother and Father were divorced in 2002, but continued with court appearances regarding support and custody of their children, attorneys’ fees and sanctions (a legal punishment for bad ...
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