There is a difference between sealing and expunging. You seal a case that you either pled guilty or no contest to and received a withholding of adjudication. You expunge an arrest that was subsequently not filed, dismissed, or you were found not guilty of. Either way, the case should not show up on...Read more »
My sister in law sold prop. belonging to me, was stored on their prop.(which is in my brother's name & he stands by me),I filed charges and she was arrested. The state att. told me that her att. is supposed to be showing him case law that will show this is a civil suit instead of criminal.... Read more »
You really should have an attorney's assistance when taking on an insurance company, but you can generally look up the company on the Florida Department of Insurance's web site or on sunbiz.org to find the registered agent in Florida.
Only the State Attorney can actually drop the charges but your husband can give them his input and feelings let them know that he wants then to dismiss the charges. He should do this as soon as possible.
The money for your children's injuries is likely be held in trust per directives of the court. Especially if there was significant recovery. You certainly should have access to moneys received for any injuries you suffered individually, if any.
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