Again, we are are planning on being out of town on that day and would prefer a continuance over canceling the vacation.
However, it is possible that my wife (his step-mother) could attend with him.
Ideally, they would be attending 6-8 weeks later (after our vacation)...
Is there some kind of power-of-attorney that I would need to provide in order for her to make an appearance with him?
Although we have children together, my wife is not a parent or guardian for this particular child.
Filing a motion...is there any restrictions in the state of California on when that motion can be filed? Can it be filed via fax or mail? What is the form of the motion?
WIll do...thanks for your help!
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