I still live in NY though she took my child and ran to FL. So I know that FL has no jurisdiction to change Child Support. I just want to be a part of my son's life. Can FL order visitation? We were never married.
Yes the place where the child has resided for 6 months continuously determines the timesharing arrangements. Many attorneys can represent you and be retained over the phone with much of the work being done via email. Contact a JUSTIA attorney today to get started? Good luck
I agree with Attorney Anderson. You might is well deal with it all at once and the court would rather deal with both at the same time. Most JUSTIA attorneys offer a free initial consultation. Contact one of us today and let us know you found us on JUSTIA. Good luck.
My son has a misdemeanor DV battery conviction (10/2018), and a violation of DV injunction conviction (6/2019) both against the mother of his 4 yr old son. He has not had any contact with his son in about 19 months due to this. I was doing some research & I see Florida has a “rebuttable... Read more »
I agree with Attorney Richardson. In addition to doing those things, he needs to file a Petition for Paternity to establish his legal right as the father. He should also go online to the Florida Putative Father Registry and register as the father. Finally, he should seek out the assistance of a...Read more »
My ex bf has filed to establish his paternity, and we have an upcoming hearing. I wanted to know if I can request temporary child support while this case is pending? He has not seen our daughter in over a year & nor has he sent any money to help support her and child support had been unable to... Read more »
You should consult with and retain a family law attorney to assist you with this case. You can ask for child support but you will have to file the appropriate pleadings to do so. Most JUSTIA attorneys offer a free initial consultation. Contact one of us today and mention you found us on JUSTIA....Read more »
And intimidated by my coworker, our boss, our bosses boss who is also my coworkers mom. I filed an official grievance per comp policy over this. I have now been moved into a corner desk, restricted from speaking with coworkers, threatened with firing, and now they made a revision to our employee... Read more »
I would not sign the new handbook it you already believe that you will be fired. You did not mention how many employees the employer employs. I am assuming since you filed with the EEOC that it is at least 25. You really need to consult with and retain an employment law attorney. Most JUSTIA...Read more »
I have lived in the home since 2008, 7 years before my mother died. Since her death, I have continued to live here and covered all of the house expenses. Am I entitled to any reimbursement for those expenses (insurance, property taxes, repairs & payments on a HELOC my mother took out) when we... Read more »
If you have paid out money to maintain the home then you should be reimbursed by the estate. You should consult with a probate attorney. Most JUSTIA attorneys offer a free initial consultation. Contact one of us today. Good luck.
No that will not work. The Judge will require you to transfer the property back to the way it was before the quit claim deed. Your wife is entitled to one half of everything accumulated during the marriage, assets and liabilities. You should consult with and retain a family law attorney. Most...Read more »
I am looking to sell the home and she has contacted my realtor stating she is entitled to 50% of any profits made. She has not lived in or put anything towards the house since her departure 8 years back. She refuses to sign off on a quick claim deed and is prolonging the sale process while the home... Read more »
Your marital settlement agreement should state what happens to the house and what your individual rights are regarding the house. If you were represented by an attorney they should have made sure that these issues were addressed in your agreement. You should consult with a family law attorney and...Read more »
I was told by care facility Mother was declared incompetent and could not make decisions. I received a copy of her will January last year, but not copy of Trust instrument. Contents of Mother's house was disbursed, and to date, older sibling has not provided any accounting of bank statements,... Read more »
If you have an attorney, you should be asking him/her this question. In general, however, if you are a beneficiary of the will you can force the case to be probated. If your attorney doesn't know how to do that, then you need to retain another attorney. Most JUSTIA attorneys offer a free...Read more »
I'd like to take my child out of state (FL) for a visit with friends and family, but my baby's father has threatened to call the police for kidnapping if I do so. I'm unsure if 1. That anything bad will happen for me custody wise if I do so and 2. If cops are legitimately called, if... Read more »
You can take your child out of state for a visit but you cannot permanently remove the child from the state without expecting that the father will file something forcing you to return to Florida to deal with it. If you need to make a permanent move, the best thing to do is get a family law...Read more »
I let my daughter go with her father for the weekend he was suppose to bring her back instead he decided to withdraw her from daycare, block my number and any attempt for me to contact my child. I filed for divorce soon after this happened but hes still not allowing me to see her its been 4 weeks... Read more »
We have a court ordered child support. It comes directly out of my check. Until that was active I was writing her checks for the same amount. Not behind, and never missed. Now she requested DOR to step in and "enforce" it and Im hearing that since I am in arrears they will now... Read more »
Yes she can do that. The recipient of child support has the option of requesting a Income Withholding Order and the Department of Revenue Child Support Enforcement will enforce this order. You should consider consulting and retaining a family law attorney to look at your situation. Most JUSTIA...Read more »
I’m a mother of 3. In 2013 I was legally divorced from my children’s father and I had majority custody while he had every other weekend timesharing. I fell upon hard financial times and moved into a 2 bedroom apartment at which time my ex husband took 2 of our three children to live with... Read more »
Yes of course you do. You should attend every hearing that involves your child's custody or support. It shows the court that you are really interested and care about your case. Even if the Department of Revenue is bringing the contempt motion, you should be there because it affects you and...Read more »
I currently pay child support in the amount of $500 per month to my ex-wife for my two children (we have 50/50 custody but I have a higher income). The agreement says my obligation shall continue for each child until that child turns 18 (unless still in high school...then it lasts through school).... Read more »
Both parties will have to exchange financial affidavits and do the guideline calculation. It is based on net income. There are some free child support calculators online. If you have problems, consult with a family law attorney. Most Justia attorneys offer a free initial consultation. Good...Read more »
My brother passed away he did not leave a will, he has no assets. Unfortunately he died 4 days before the contestable period ended for his life insurance policy. I am his beneficiary. The insurance company is asking for a Legal Representative form from me. How do I obtain this form? The... Read more »
You should definitely consult with and retain a criminal attorney. Most Justia attorneys offer a free initial consultation. Call one of us today. My number is 813-681-8383 and email at belainejoneslaw.com. Good luck.
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