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Rulings on Modification of Custody Order

DARIO FURLATI VS KARRI SIMMONS

Nature of Proceedings: Modification of child custody order Respondent’s [“mother”] RFO: Modification Child Custody Order Petitioner’s [“father”] request for orders Ruling: Off calendar; no appearance is expected Analysis 1. Mother’s attorney emailed the Court and advised mother’s RFO is withdrawn. 2.

  • Hearing

    Dec 12, 2017

EMLYNN TURSICK IANNELLI AND RALPH IANNELLI

Modification of a final custody order requires the threshold showing of a “persuasive showing of changed circumstances affecting the child.” (In re Marriage of Carney (1979) 23 Cal.3d 735,730; Enrique M. v. Angelina V. (2004) 121 Cal.App.4th 1371; Marriage of McLoren (1988) 202 Cal.App.3d 108,112. The Court finds that Emlynn has failed to establish any significant change in circumstances since entry of judgment such that a change in custody is required. The Court denies Emlynn’s Request for Modification.

  • Hearing

    Jul 10, 2020

  • Judge Donna Geck
  • County

    Santa Barbara County, CA

AMALIE LOPEZ V JOSE ANGEL LOPEZ GASTELUM

Nature of Proceedings: Req. for Order: Modification Visit/Peacefull Exchange of Minor Children/Emergency Contact Method Req. for Order: Modification Visit/Peaceful Exchange of Minor Children/ Emergency Contact Method Attorneys: Petitioner in pro per Respondent in pro per Ruling: There is now put in place a custody order for the minor child, Jose Angel Lopez Jr. (DOB: 06/25/2016, age 3); mother shall have sole physical and legal custody of this minor child.

  • Hearing

    Dec 03, 2019

JOSE RAMIREZ V. CRISTINA BELTRAN

Nature of Proceedings: Req. for Order: Modification Child Custody/Child Support Req. for Order: Modification Child Custody/Child Support Attorneys: Petitioner (”father”) in pro per; Geoff Conner Newlan for Respondent (“mother”) Ruling: Based upon the ANALYSIS set out below, both mother’s and father’s request to modify the current schedule is DENIED. ANALYSIS Background: this case has seen a lot of courtroom time ever since it was filed in 2013.

  • Hearing

    Dec 17, 2019

ERICA BELLO AND MARTIN MANZANAREZ

Nature of Proceedings: Req. for Order: Modification Child Custody/Child Support Father’s RFO for Modification Child Custody/Child Support Attorneys: Petitioner [“mother”] in pro per; Marcus Morales for Respondent [“father”] Ruling: The Court must hear from mother before making any ruling: the matter is continued to 12/18; mother’s response due 12/10; father’s reply due 12/13 (email a courtesy copy to the Court.)

  • Hearing

    Dec 04, 2018

JEREMY STEKETEE AND ELIZABETH STEKETEE

If either parent opposes the modification or termination order, the court shall state in its decision the reasons for modification or termination of the joint custody order. The law on these cases has been extensively litigated. In Niko v.

  • Hearing

    Apr 12, 2011

PAMELA BLAKE TRUAX AND THOMAS DAVID TRUAX

judgment; that mother is now claiming (in her FL-300 attached declaration narrative page 1 item 2b) that she did not realize that the judgment was going to affirm the existing child custody order.

  • Hearing

    Nov 07, 2017

NATHALIE CONTRO CASTRO AND PEDRO CASTRO

The Court’s power is specified or implied in the statutory authorities; Family code 3022 [order determining custody of the minor child may be modified at any time court deems it necessary and proper]; Family Code 3087 [joint custody order may be modified if required by best interests of child]; Family Code 3120 [order or decree may be modified at any time as natural rights of parties and best interests of children require.

  • Hearing

    Apr 23, 2019

SUSANNA MUNOZ V. MICHAEL MATA

The Court’s power is specified or implied in the statutory authorities; Family code 3022 [order determining custody of the minor child may be modified at any time court deems it necessary and proper]; Family Code 3087 [joint custody order may be modified if required by best interests of child]; Family Code 3120 [order or decree may be modified at any time as natural rights of parties and best interests of children require.

  • Hearing

    Apr 23, 2019

MICHELE VILLANO AND JEFFREY SCOTT VILLANO

The Court’s power is specified or implied in the statutory authorities; Family code 3022 [order determining custody of the minor child may be modified at any time court deems it necessary and proper]; Family Code 3087 [joint custody order may be modified if required by best interests of child]; Family Code 3120 [order or decree may be modified at any time as natural rights of parties and best interests of children require.

  • Hearing

    Jul 02, 2019

CAROL S. MORGAN AND ALLEN F. MORGAN

The Court’s power is specified or implied in the statutory authorities; Family code 3022 [order determining custody of the minor child may be modified at any time court deems it necessary and proper]; Family Code 3087 [joint custody order may be modified if required by best interests of child]; Family Code 3120 [order or decree may be modified at any time as natural rights of parties and best interests of children require.

  • Hearing

    Nov 20, 2018

ERICA BELLO AND MARTIN MANZANAREZ

That decision makes his request, if any, for modification of child support moot.

  • Hearing

    Oct 10, 2017

ORLANDO GONZALEZ ESTRADA V. MAYRA DEL CARMEN ROCHA

The Court’s power is specified or implied in the statutory authorities; Family code 3022 [order determining custody of the minor child may be modified at any time court deems it necessary and proper]; Family Code 3087 [joint custody order may be modified if required by best interests of child]; Family Code 3120 [order or decree may be modified at any time as natural rights of parties and best interests of children require.

  • Hearing

    Nov 19, 2019

REBECCA B. FERGUSON AND MICHAEL J. FERGUSON

Father’s Opposition Father filed an opposition and reported the current custody order provides joint legal and physical custody to both parties, on a week-on and week-off basis. He asked the Court to deny Mother’s Ex-Parte request to drastically modify child custody from joint legal and physical custody, on a 50-50 timeshare, to only supervised visitation to Father. The Court granted the RFO and it provides: a.

  • Hearing

    Apr 18, 2017

MARCUS NATALE V. RACHEL JACKSON

The Court’s power is specified or implied in the statutory authorities; Family code 3022 [order determining custody of the minor child may be modified at any time court deems it necessary and proper]; Family Code 3087 [joint custody order may be modified if required by best interests of child]; Family Code 3120 [order or decree may be modified at any time as natural rights of parties and best interests of children require.

  • Hearing

    Oct 01, 2019

CLARISSA PADILLA V. CHRISTIAN OLIVARES

Nature of Proceedings: Req. for Order: Modification Child Custody/Visit Req. for Order: Modification Child Custody/Visitation Attorneys: Petitioner [“mother”] in pro per Respondent [“father”] in pro per Rulings: 1.

  • Hearing

    Oct 30, 2018

COURTNEY JERGE V. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

The Court’s power is specified or implied in the statutory authorities; Family code 3022 [order determining custody of the minor child may be modified at any time court deems it necessary and proper]; Family Code 3087 [joint custody order may be modified if required by best interests of child]; Family Code 3120 [order or decree may be modified at any time as natural rights of parties and best interests of children require.

  • Hearing

    Sep 24, 2019

SUSANNA MUNOZ V. MICHAEL MATA

The Court’s power is specified or implied in the statutory authorities; Family code 3022 [order determining custody of the minor child may be modified at any time court deems it necessary and proper]; Family Code 3087 [joint custody order may be modified if required by best interests of child]; Family Code 3120 [order or decree may be modified at any time as natural rights of parties and best interests of children require.

  • Hearing

    Jun 04, 2019

MATTHEW MCWHIRTER AND BARBARA MCWHIRTER

medical decisions for the minor children; he filed a request for order to modify child support because he lost his employment and the percentages for all uninsured/out of pocket medical expenses should be altered as well; mother continues to fail to provide information to him about medical appointments; this Court on 6/15/15 ruled that “Father’s request for an order to admonish mother to adhere to the joint legal custody order and require her to contact him to discuss the children’s non-emergency medical care

  • Hearing

    Feb 28, 2017

TATJANA PATITZ AND JASON RANDALL JOHNSON

Mother’s request that the Court make the April 16, 2015, notarized agreement re custody and child support, drafted and signed by father, the current custody order and child support order is REJECTED. 3.

  • Hearing

    Feb 07, 2017

KRISTA LISHMAN AND ALFREDO GONZALEZ

The Court’s power is specified or implied in the statutory authorities; Family code 3022 [order determining custody of the minor child may be modified at any time court deems it necessary and proper]; Family Code 3087 [joint custody order may be modified if required by best interests of child]; Family Code 3120 [order or decree may be modified at any time as natural rights of parties and best interests of children require.

  • Hearing

    Apr 24, 2018

MATTHEW MCWHIRTER AND BARBARA MCWHIRTER

Nature of Proceedings: Req for Order Modification Child Support/Various Financial Issues Father’s RFO On May 15 father filed his RFO seeking modification of child support and various financial issues; reports that the present order he seeks to modify was entered 3/11/2009 and requires that he pay $4,050.00 monthly in Child Support, plus 20% of bonuses and 40% of "additional income" above $16,800. He asks the Court: 1.

  • Hearing

    Jun 09, 2015

STEVEN DEAN WILLSON AND ELIZABETH MARIE WILLSON

The Court’s power is specified or implied in the statutory authorities; Family code § 3022 [order determining custody of the minor child may be modified at any time court deems it necessary and proper]; Family Code § 3087 [joint custody order may be modified if required by best interests of child]; Family Code § 3120 [order or decree may be modified at any time as natural rights of parties and best interests of children require].

  • Hearing

    Apr 10, 2018

LINDSEY GARCIA AND FEDERICO GARCIA

At the time the RFO was filed father reported he believed mother was in jail; requests that this Court modify the current custody order of daughter, Nyah DOB: 02/10/2008, to the following: Sole legal and physical custody to father, visitation to mother, Professionally Supervised, every other Saturday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Mediation reported on 9/24/19 that the mediation did not occur because: Petitioner failed to appear at scheduled mediation.

  • Hearing

    Oct 15, 2019

GREGORY RADER VS CARA YOSHIZUMI

Father filed a response on 10/8; he wants no change in the present order and also seeks child support; he contends that mother’s application does not establish “changed circumstances” or “best interest of the children” thresholds; that the evaluator’s 38-page report was both adequate and sufficient; that the recommendations of the evaluator envisions a process to achieve that goal; that the Court should adopt the recommendations or simply leave the 2005 custody order and the March 17, 2009, supervised visitation

  • Hearing

    Nov 16, 2010

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