Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Are you asking about requesting (scheduling with the opposing party) the deposition or are you asking about a telephonic deposition?
If it's the former, no; the notice of deposition has to be in writing.
If it's a telephonic deposition, sure; the deponent would be at the location of the court reporter, who would also, as a notary, administer the oath. Other parties could appear by telephone, assuming that the appropriate technology is available. What possible objection would...
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Your attorney would know best, but I don't think that the Florida court will decline jurisdiction which it clearly has under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (Florida Statute 61.501 et seq.).
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Is there a court order pursuant to which you have been paying this child support? If so, the order should provide when you can stop making payments (normally when the child turns 18 or often when he also finishes school]. I don't know what you mean by "... back pay 15,000 [dollars, I assume] …".
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer How do you mean that a contract providing that they will pay you $667 per month "indeterminate"? By the law of what jurisdiction is such a contract insufficient on those grounds? Is the American company in Florida? If not, you should probably ask this question in another section of Justia; Florida law doesn't apply.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Your question is unclear. If someone has filed to be personal representative of your grandmother's estate, you can check the court docket in the county where she lived to see if a will was filed in that case. Unless your father is named as such in the will, he is not "executor of the will", and in any event is not recognized as her executor unless and until he files a probate petition.
Unless a will, in which she may have left you something, is submitted to probate, it doesn't appear...
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer It's unclear whether it's "legal" to give you a 30-day notice for "causing problems" as you describe it. I assume you have a lease. What violation of the lease on your part does the notice allege?
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