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Q: Im a father, we have not been to court can i get temporary custody of my son?

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Florida on Mar 4, 2015

Answered on Mar 6, 2015

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Robert Jason De Groot's answer
The thing for you to do is go see an attorney for a face to face discussion. You did not say whether you were married to the mother. That is important because if you were not, you basically have no rights until you file a paternity case and get your rights established by the court.

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Q: If your 17 and your boyfriend is 21 can he go to jail even if your parents are okay with it?

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Florida on Mar 4, 2015

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I need more facts. Are you just dating? If so, he won't go to jail. If you are having sex, he probably will not go to jail either.

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Q: Did a job for investor, now accusing me of theft because I'm keeping her tools for pending payment. Please help.

1 Answer | Asked in Construction Law for Florida on Mar 5, 2015

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You need to hire an attorney and also need to learn how to perfect a construction lien on property that you do work on. You cannot do this yourself.

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Q: What is the legal amount of years before you can not receive custody kf your children back?

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Florida on Mar 4, 2015

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More facts are needed to answer this question. There is no legal amount of years.

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Q: if I sign over my rights to my child do I still have to pay child support

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Florida on Mar 4, 2015

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It depends upon the facts, and I do not know enough facts to be able to answer this question fully. A parent cannot just sign over rights to a child.

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