What do you do when you are not getting to see your child, your child says they don’t want to see you anymore, and you are being told that someone else is going to be appointed to decide what the court will do next about you not getting your child? And it is taking forever!
This video covers what it takes to keep your child out of the middle, get out of the endless cycle of nonproductive hearings, out from under experts, how to shut down claims from causing you long periods of loss of time with your child, how to maintain your privacy and dignity by challenging psych evals and other studies, how to challenge incorrect child support orders, how to end court delays, end wrongly assigned supervised visitation, as well as keeping your pocketbook out of the hands of the court. Once you master this information you continue to stay in control over your own life after divorce or child custody battles, not the courts, and not your ex.
If you are facing enforcement of child support orders that are based on incorrect income figures that the court has refused to fix, you’ll find the #1 way to fight back in this video.
I didn’t think that Sherry and Ron B Palmer could make a more powerful video than the one on Challenging Temporary Orders until this one came out. This webinar takes Challenging Temporary Orders video many giant steps farther. This one is jam packed with how to shut down family court abuse of power, keep your child out of the middle, and finally put an end to missing time with your child once and for all.
Sherry Palmer and Ron B Palmer
Strategic Parental Rights Coaches, Instructors, Constitutional Scholars, and Authors
Divorce Solutions and Child Custody Solutions
Co-author “Not in the Child’s Best Interest” (Book on parental rights and children’s rights)
Co-author “Protecting Parent-Child Bonds: 28th Amendment” (Book includes guide for legislators)
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John Griffith talks about paternity actions to establish paternity and custody rights outside of a marriage.
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Hi my name’s John Griffith. I’m a divorce and family law attorney here in San Diego, California. This is one of a series of videos aimed at addressing common issues that come up in California divorce and family law cases. I should note that what I say shouldn’t be construed or taken as legal advice, it is not intended to be legal advice. If you want legal advice you should call a family attorney and talk specifically about your case. My office offers free consultations; if you’d like to discuss your case individually with me, give my office a call and ask for John. Today I’ll be talking about what’s to called a paternity action in California law. And a paternity action is an action to establish paternity and custody rights for a child that was conceived outside of a marriage. So if you have a child of a marriage then custody rates are determined as part of the divorce; if you’re not married to the mother or the father of your child and you want to establish custody rights and custody orders and things of that nature and child support orders, what you need to do is file what’s called a paternity action. And either party can file a paternity action. Generally if it’s the father that wants to assert parentage and establish a custodial relationship with the child, he would file a paternity action in order to obtain some kind of visitation order or custody order. Now if it’s the mother and she wants to receive child support then she needs to have the court establish a judgment of paternity, and unless the court determines that that person is the father the child they can’t make orders for child support. So it’s important that you file that paternity action, get a judgment of paternity. From the judgment of paternity the court can then make orders for child support binding the father of the child to pay child support. Now if you’ve received a petition for paternity it’s very important that you respond to it. If you’re the father of a child that receives a petition to establish paternity, and you have some reason to dispute the paternity of the child, and you do not respond to the petition for paternity, then the court could enter a default against you finding that you are the father the child. Now if you’re the father of the child then you agree, the mother files the paternity action, you agree that you’re the father of the child, then all you have to do is go tell the court that you have no dispute with the paternity, and the court can enter a judgment of paternity deeming you as the legal father of that child. Now it’s very important that if you have any doubt whatsoever, you request that you take a paternity test. Because if you go ahead and tell the court that you’re ok having the court deem you as the father of the child, and at some point down the road you find out that you’re not the father, if two years have passed from that judgment of paternity then you’re not going to be able to go back and contest paternity in most cases. And so while you may not be the biological father of that child, you are the legal father of that child subject to child support orders until the child turns eighteen. It’s really important if you’re going to agree to paternity that you’re sure about it. If you have any doubt just ask the court to order a paternity test, and you can take care of it that way. Now paternity actions are different than divorces; there’s a lot of things that you need to look at, not only with respect to paternity but also the underlying order such as custody, visitation, and child support. My office is experienced in handling paternity actions.
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