If the parent who has the child in their custody realizes that they can no longer financially support her can I sign power of attorney over to the man who has been in her life the last 10 years and she knows as step dad or will she have to go to her biological father even though she does not want... Read more »
He has to go through his employer to fix it. He has but his employer isn’t doing anything but his employer says he is. Is there anything legally I can do to get his name fixed so we can get the insurance that he’s paying for since march?
It seems odd that a mere spelling error on the insurance paperwork should prevent you from getting medical care for your child. If the child needs medical attention, ask the medical provider to contact the insurer and get the care pre-approved.
I started my divorce and was asked a down payment of 5000 usd, the money dissapeare very quickly and now I am on my own with imited resorces to continue. I was wonderig if I could have only one or two hour meetings for legal advice and then I do all the procedures and paper work but just to... Read more »
You need to file a Motion/ Supplemental Petition to Modify the current timesharing order. Complaints from a teenager only may not be enough for you to prevail in court. Speak with a local family lawyer for more specific advice.
First you must make sure that at least one of you have plead for partition which is what allows the court to sell the home at auction if you and your husband cannot agree on what to do with the home. Second, you need to have the home appraised by a reputable appraiser that has experience testifying...Read more »
My son was born in NC. His dad moved here for a yr. Didn’t like it, came to FL stayed for 5 months and I left. We came up with an agreement in regards to our son, got the document notarized so we didn’t have to go through the courts upon my departure but, he went behind my back files for... Read more »
Jurisdiction is where the child has lived for the past six months. If you have a written agreement with the other parent you can use it as evidence in any jurisdiction. Speak with a local family lawyer for more specific advice.
What do you mean by "without presence of other parent?" Are there any current court orders regarding the timesharing? Have you ever been to court with the other parent? If you have been to court then the law is that you can relocate within a fifty mile radius. My suggestion is that you...Read more »
Parents never married. Father never petitioned the state for rights in either Ohio or Florida. No legal arrangement just verbal until March of 2022 when mother started a custody case. He is claiming since October of 2020 that son resides with father and has actively Maintained medicaid benefits for... Read more »
I’m 17. My boyfriend was in the delivery room and signed the birth certificate. No other paternity has been established and no court filings as of yet. Since we aren’t together at this time, I have been taking the baby to him while I go to work. Lately he has been refusing to give me my baby... Read more »
Legally, you as the mother have 100% custody rights to the child, unless and until the father goes to court to establish paternity. You also have the option of going to court to establish paternity. Speak with a local family lawyer for more specific advice.
My ex husband has been doing weird things while the girls are visiting him. Latest thing is putting a gun to our daughters leg while laughing after a disagreement they had over breakfast ( I have actual pictures of the gun to her leg). My daughter expressed she does not feel comfortable going... Read more »
Do you wish to deny visitation to protect your child's safety? If so, you must be able to present solid and sufficient proof that he is a danger to your children in order to legally take them away from him. Contact a local Family attorney to get the best help you need with your issue.
My grandmother passed in 2011, then my mother passed away 2013. My uncle is trustee of my grandmothers Will. My grandmother had a property and stated in her Will "Upon the sale and liquidation of the property, all net proceeds shall be paid to my children, and if any should not be alive then... Read more »
Mortgage company will not assist me. At this point I am afraid that I am going to lose our home. I don't have the means to pay for an attorney. I want to know my rights as a surviving spouse in Florida? Thanks in advance.
As a surviving spouse you have a legal ownership interest in the real property (house). However, you are also financially responsible for the house. If your spouse was the only person on the loan (mortgage) then you will need to refinance in your own name moving forward. Because the lender was only...Read more »
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