MONTENEGRO v. DIAZ, S090699
A stipulated custody order is a final judicial custody determination for purposes of the changed circumstance rule only if there is a clear, affirmative indication the parties intended such a result.
- Decided 07/30/2001
- Published 07/30/2001
Supreme Court of California
Sissie L. Barker and P. Timothy Pittullo, Rancho Cucamonga, for Minor., Leslie Ellen Shear, Encino, for Levitt and Quinn Family Law Center, Inc., Association of Certified Family Law Specialists, Inc., Los Angeles, Harold J. Cohn, Douglas Darnell, Robin Drapkin, Lyn Greenberg, Lee Lawless, San Diego, Hugh McIsaac, Nancy Oleson, Philip M. Stahl, Peter Walzer, Woodland Hills, Richard Warshak, Leonard Weiler, San Ramon, and Linda Wisotsky, Beverly Hills, as Amici Curiae on behalf of Minor., Sandra E. Purnell, Mammoth Lakes, for Mary A. Duryea as Amicus Curiae.
Covington & Crowe, Katrina West and Donald C. Haslam, Ontario, for Defendant and Appellant., Tuckerman & Thompson and Byron C. Thompson, Claremont, for Plaintiff and Respondent., Starre & Cohn, Shelley L. Albaum and Harold J. Cohn, Los Angeles, as Amici Curiae on behalf of Plaintiff and Respondent.