If the notary saw the grantor sign the deed 8 years prior, the notary can then sign the deed at a later time as a witness. The witness's signature does not have to occur precisely at the same time as the grantor's signature. However, most notary blocks reference the grantor acknowledging...Read more »
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney on state-specific insurance law, the general practice nationwide is that carriers are permitted to conduct EUOs, or Examinations Under Oath, as part of their...Read more »
You should read and thoroughly understand your financing documents. But let's assume that there's nothing in the financing documents that prohibits you from adding her. Adding someone to a deed or the title to a car, to whom you are not married might be one of the poorest decisions anyone...Read more »
Without reading the divorce decree, it's difficult to say but in general, if the Court granted the Wife the exclusive use of the house and ordered the husband to pay the mortgage, then he has no standing to demand that anyone do anything. It may not be a bad idea for the Wife to engage the...Read more »
You can make an argument that if there are no financial issues then the mandatory disclosure for a modification are not necessary. However, if any of the requested modifications change the overnights, which in turn can change child support, then they may be required. If necessary, the focus will be...Read more »
My child was injured at daycare and was put in a spica cast for 4-5 weeks. Life has been anything but “normal” since this happened. I have been sleeping next to her on the couch every night while she wakes up 2-3 times a night, on opposite nights of my husband. Things have become stressed... Read more »
I think I responded to a question that you had earlier. An injury of this type can be very serious that could have permanent consequences for her in her future. Accordingly, the only way that you’re going to get justice is to file a lawsuit so you can get full “discovery” from physicians...Read more »
Your eligibility for adjustment of status through your brother will depend on whether you already have an approved I-130 petition filed by him and what your priority date is. If your brother never filed an I-130 petition for you, that would be the first necessary step before filing for adjustment....Read more »
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. The short answer is that once an ordinary gift is given, it's generally a done deal and not revocable, unless there were conditions. This is posted under a general Uncategorized heading. Attorneys who practice...Read more »
You can file a voluntary dismissal without prejudice (meaning with the ability to re-file later) but BEWARE: if the defendant has incurred any costs and/or attorney's fees in defending the case, he/she potentially could file a motion for an award of those costs and/or fees after you file a...Read more »
At certain times of day I get a blinding glare from the sun’s reflection off their solar panels resulting in loss of use of my kitchen, breakfast nook, living room and patio. HOA says the laws are on their side and the homeowner will not do anything as their installer claims this would reduce... Read more »
Draw the blinds? You have no options against the installer. It's remotely possible you have a claim against the homeowner. You'd have to retain an attorney to research the law to determine if you have a case.
The petition was filed in broward county and I live with my child here in Polk County. I'm trying to submit my answer and relocate the case and not really sure how to go about it. I've been trying lawyers for a consultation with no luck and am running out of time to put in my submission.
You need to answer the petition in Broward county. You can also file a motion to transfer jurisdiction to where you live. Look for a family lawyer with a free consultation. Speak with a local family lawyer for more specific advice.
I want to file a supplemental petition to move the case to the county where I live with my daughter but I have to write a response to the petition filed by her dad in a different county. I don't have transportation to the other county to file in their clerk of courts. Even if I file a... Read more »
My ex husband owes me court ordered alimony has not paid me in almost 4 yrs he moved to Florida a yr ago built a million dollar home . I have served him a few time never showed up for court the judge has him in contempt here in Massachusetts. I don’t know what I need to do to start a Florida case... Read more »
You would need to hire a family law lawyer here in Florida. He would need to domesticate the foreign Massachusetts Alimony order here in Florida. Once that transfer is made, you can then enforce that via discovery and contempt if need be.
In the State of Florida can an employer terminate you for asking to speak with higher management? Also if you're in a sober living program can they contact the program to try to get personal information on you. Also can they yall and berate you every day. Can I sue based on these issues? Do I... Read more »
Yes, yes, yes, and yes, your employer can do all these things and much more. Why?
Because Florida is an “at-will” state. Private employers are free to solicit, hire, promote, increase their pay, demote, lower their pay, suspend, terminate, rehire, reinstate benefits and treat employees...Read more »
My child broke her femur at daycare. They didn’t call 911 they called us. Stated they found her on the ground crying. We picked her up and it was considered a spiral fracture from being stuck. Now we have accumulated mass amounts of medical bills from the transport and surgery. They are also... Read more »
You should retain counsel on contingency fee here in Florida which means you don’t pay anything unless you win. Additionally, Counsel should get a preservation of evidence letter out immediately to see if there’s any video footage that needs to be preserved. Act quickly. This website prohibits...Read more »
The lease I signed over a month ago for the upcoming tern of august 2023-july 2024 has the owners name at the time on it. However since then the ownership of the building has changed and it is no longer the owners that are on the lease I signed. I was wondering if this is a loophole i can use to... Read more »
If I live in a home where I rent a room and I suspect that the other tenants are making illegal substance and dealing in stolen bicycles what can I do? I can't afford to move and I don't want to get anyone angry at me either.please help
As the saying goes, "You can't have your cake and eat it too". Either move, get the other tenants angry at you (by reporting them), or risk get in trouble with the law. If the authorities find out about the illegal activity conducted in the home, you will probably be accused of being a part of it.
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