Terrence H Thorgaard's answer It appears from you question that he already has the right to visitation on certain weekends. If this is so, he will not have to take you to court; he can control her activities during the time he exercises visitation.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer No, depending on what kind of probate case you are doing it probably will take a lot longer than that. But in general you don't have to be present in Florida to " go through probate".
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer No, probably not. Your terminology makes your question somewhat confusing, but the order granted by the state DCA would probably not be subject to collateral attack in the bankruptcy court.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer More importantly than state law, the employee needs to know how federal laws, and particular income tax laws apply. It appears to be taxable income and employment taxes probably also apply.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer What did you sign? In the title to this. you write that you didn't sign a contract, yet in the body you write "Need to cancel a lease …". Which is it?
Keep in mind that a lease is a type of contract, and that some other form of contract may apply which would otherwise require you to pay the fees. That is why is important to know what exactly you signed.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer What do you mean "controlling interest" or "majority owner". Unless the property is owned by a corporation owned by both of you, each of you own a half undivided interest in the home.
In any event, the divorce agreement should indicate which of you should have possession of the home. If it doesn't, file a motion to amend it.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer No, you don't need to be concerned. It looks like the only property passing under the will was personal effects and probating a will is usually not necessary for that. As far as a will contest from your sister is concerned, it's a matter of "put up or shut up"; when and if she actually sues you, get an attorney.
If there are any mementos which you feel your sister should have, offer to give them to her, but you don't have to.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Yes, your parents would probably need to go to court to order the neighbor to remove the encroaching portion of the dock. Did the neighbor get a permit for the construction?
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