Community property is pretty much any asset or debt that either spouse acquires, from the date the spouses are legally married, until the date the spouses separate.
Even if the county has nothing more than a mere “reasonable cause for believing” that your child is at risk, the county can: (1) seize your child: (2) without a warrant; (3) without warning; and, (4) at any time of the day or night.
Question: I am an active duty Navy and I recently moved out of the house. We have two kids. We have not started court proceedings. I don’t have a court order for support but I have been giving her money. She is complaining it is not enough. She has also […]