The files are a matter of public record and are available on PACER if you have the case number. Some information is protected and only available to parties (e.g. unredacted copies of exhibits containing account numbers, or social security numbers).
The League of Nations Passport Conference of 1926 contained suggestions on how christan and surnames should be written:
The question of the entries to be made on the passport form has given rise to the following observations:
Sufficient space should be provided for the full name of the holder;
Christian names and surnames should be ...
Whether one can recover attorneys fees after litigation in California depends upon the nature of the case. Their amount may be affected by the nature of the judgment.
The general rule is each party is responsible for that party's attorney's fees. That means that the trial result is irrelevant - no matter what happens, one pays for one's own attorneys fees.
I've no experience with this issue.
You could file for sanctions under CRC 8.276, moving therein that the Court order the recalcitrant party to provide the documents, or if in default thereof, to have its appellate brief stricken.
The family member is very clearly both "substantially unable to manage his or her own financial resources" and subject to "undue influence".
The only evidence for this you have presented is that they don't have a job and don't want to work. Being lazy is not the same as being mentally ill. Being poor or bad with money isn't an "...
This is the trustee's decision; not the family's
(Legally. Of course, concerned family can always engage outside the legal framework).
The trustee's primary duty is to act in the best interests of the beneficiary. They have to decide which of two alternatives is better:
Allowing the trust to be broken (assuming that this is actually possible under the trust ...
Many trusts have a quasi-fiduciary called a "trust protector" who is empowered to enforce the terms of a trust who is designated in the trust document, and if a trust protector is named, that person can enforce the trust. Sometimes the power to enforce in that way is not expressly called a "trust protector" even though a person has a trust protector's ...
Is it possible/feasible for the child to retroactively sue the father for the child-support that was not paid throughout the 90s and 2000s?
No. Child support is owed to the custodian parent, not the child. If at all, your mother would have to sue. Chances are, your parents, had a child support agreement in place and as long as your father abided by the ...