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1 Answer | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Puerto Rico on
Q: My tenants has not paid rent for several months - how can I evict them?
Lcdo. Ivan M. Alers
Lcdo. Ivan M. Alers answered on Nov 29, 2012

You must sue them in an eviction action and probably along with a collection of money action.

1 Answer | Asked in Child Support for Puerto Rico on
Q: What are my option for requesting Back pay for child support?

I married an Army soldier, we have 3 children, 20 years ago he abandon us, never pay child support. About 3 months ago we divorced. Later I found out that 2 months after he abandon us, he married another women, at that time we still legally married. So for more than 20 years he was legally... Read more »

Lcdo. Ivan M. Alers
Lcdo. Ivan M. Alers answered on Nov 29, 2012

In Puerto Rico, the child support is due since it was requested at ASUME or in the court with jurisdiction. If a child support amount is due, and the child is still a minor, you must sue the debtor demanding the payment in the forum where the child support was established. However, in general, you... Read more »

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