I gave him 30 days to get out which are up on Friday. He moved over a week ago and left stuff at my house. Some is junk some is worth value. Can I throw it away without getting into legal trouble? For 3 days he said he would get it and hasn’t. Now he ignores me when I ask. His family won’t... Read more »
Unless you want to continue this acrimonious relationship, I suggest you hold on to the stuff for at least 30 to 60 days and WRITE LETTERS to your ex and to his family just to have written proof that you did not steal anything.
If there has been no court ordered custody or guardianship arrangement, Can a grandparent, who has been caring for a child for an extended period of time, deny the mother the ability to take the child back? And can they make rules denying the parent from having the child stay with said parent... Read more »
Under Florida law, the child's parents always have priority over any rights the grandparents may assert. However, just to make it clear to the grandparents you should retain a lawyer to protect your superior rights.
My husband, who is in the Air Force, is leaving for about five months to tech school to cross train to his new AFSC. There is a parenting agreement in place for my stepdaughter and right now we have her every other weekend (Friday - Monday). Will a military POA suffice so I can take over my... Read more »
The employer didnt show for mediation, and after numerous request to show cause; the judge ruled they willfully failed to comply and found sanctions to be appropriate. He then ordered all defenses the employer may have had to the claims made striken and set a final hearing.
If you are the claimant ("claimant" is spelled with an "a") you are closer to winning than you were before filing the claims. However, unless and until the Judge actually enters a judgment in your favor you are not out of the woods.
The restaurants are different concepts. Different rate of pay and duties. Refuses to hire more people. And this employer is also not paying the girls overtime. They also are never given pay stubs. The owner also recently refused to give her the insurance company's name for a workers comp... Read more »
The mother of my child filed a lawsuit against me for child support money. I haven’t worked in three years due to work injuries and I’m unable to work because of my restrictions. I send my medical files to the department of revenue. I asked them to modify my support payment. Even when I was... Read more »
The business I am suing is an LLC and is also franchised. This will be a small claims case in the state of Florida. For the business I am suing, there is a principal address listed, a mailing address listed and also a registered agent name and address listed. Which of these addresses should receive... Read more »
Assuming that the lienholder has a valid financial grievance against you, like for not paying your obligations to them as you agreed, the answer is yes. Lienholders do not have to wait for someone else to initiate repossession proceedings to protect their liens.
My doctor has been seeing me for many years. He first started seeing me under medicaid. He decided to stop accepting medicaid. He continued seeing me now for years as a cash patient. I was informed he wasn't allowed to if I was on medicaid. At first he had us signed a form that I was paying... Read more »
My roommate my long time friend told me that he owned the property but his sister owns the property and now she wants to evict me I have a verbal agreement with the roommate but not the original owner and she wants to try to evade me I have not been given a written notice yet
options for stating whether or not you have a criminal history: “I have never been arrested for or charged with, pled guilty or nolo contendere to, or have been found to have committed a criminal offense, regardless of adjudication.” OR:
“I have a criminal history. In the past I have... Read more »
The Florida Department of State (DOS) has the power of regulation over all LLCs and all other corporate entities. Anyone can file a complaint about any organization not following Florida law. DOS can sanction the owners.
I gave temporary custody of my daughter my 16 year old daughter to my dad until I could get my own place get a steady job staple job and get on my feet financially well I'm I'm financially okay now and I have my own home and I have a good job do I have to go through the courts my daughter... Read more »
The AS-IS CONTRACT to purchase the house, under the “Additional Terms” section, includes the statement “Buyer agrees to assume the terms of the solar panel lease.” After speaking with the solar company multiple times, I’ve gotten wildly different amounts from them (to either pay off the... Read more »
I work for a tile installation company. Several months ago my boss made me a “subcontractor”. He told me I needed no license or anything, I would be payed per job, and by the square foot when the jobs were completed. Since then he has flopped back and forth between hourly and by the job pay, I... Read more »
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