If your current agreement or judgment provides that your daughter is to live with her mom, and her mom won't agree to have your daughter live with you, you will need to file a Petition for Modification and show a substantial change in circumstances.
I am in a situation where I did not pay my HOA dues. The HOA took ownership of my house and sold it for $8800. I am up to date on my mortgage payments, but still owe 100,000. I have read that the new buyer becomes responsible for the mortgage loan. Is this correct? Or am I still responsible for... Read more »
That is incorrect. You are still responsible for making your mortgage payments, even if the house was sold to another party. If you stop making your mortgage payments, the bank may file a foreclosure action and seek damages against you. You should consult with an attorney regarding your case.
If you want to change the amount of child support you pay, you will have to file a Petition for Modification of Child Support and show a substantial change in circumstances that warrants a downward modification of child support. Having another child may prove to be a substantial change in...Read more »
Yes, you still have to pay child support. If you cannot make the required payments, you should file a Supplemental Petition for Modification of Child Support ASAP. You will need to show a substantial change in circumstances warranting a downward modification of child support.
More facts are needed to answer this question. Were you married to the mother of the child? Are there any court orders regarding custody and visitation? You should consult with an attorney regarding the particulars of your case. Many attorneys on here, including myself, offer free initial...Read more »
I'm not sure if you are saying that a default was entered against you in the foreclosure action. If so, it could be a few months before the foreclosure sale is set. I strongly suggest that you retain an attorney to help you defend the foreclosure action and advise you on loss mitigation...Read more »
If the credit card company obtain a final judgment against you and obtain a writ of garnishment, then, yes, the company can garnish your wages. However, there are exceptions. If you are head of household, you are exempt from garnishment of wages. I recommend that you consult with an attorney...Read more »
You need to make the employee sign non-compete and non-disclosure agreements. It's best to have an attorney draft these agreements for you to make sure that all bases are covered. Many attorneys. such as myself, offer free initial consultations.
...before I left. Never got a response. It was a bad marraige,we have no children or property involved. I am age 60 with no job when I first got here I lived in hotel. Now I have been living with daughter for about 4 months and not sure how to prove I have been here little over 6 months. How do I... Read more »
Do you have a Florida driver's license? If not, your daughter can testify to the fact that you have been a resident of Florida for over 6 months. As far as the divorce goes, you will need to serve him in Alabama. He cannot block you from getting a divorce. If he does not respond to the...Read more »
More facts are needed in order to properly advise you. Please note that the alimony laws will most likely be changing come July. I suggest that you consult with a family law attorney regarding the particulars of your case. Many attorneys on here, including myself, offer free initial consultations....Read more »
It will not affect child support. It may affect alimony if he was wasting marital assets. Florida is a no fault state, so whether a spouse cheated or not doesn't really matter. I suggest you contact a family law attorney regarding the particulars of your case. Many attorneys, including myself,...Read more »
You can purchase land without performing a title search, but that is not recommended. If you don't do a title search, how will you know if there are any liens on the property that may affect your interest in the property?
More facts are needed to properly answer this question. What do you mean by the case was erroneously dismissed? If it was dismissed by the plaintiff or the court, that would be in your favor as the defendant. I'm not sure why you would want to re-open it.
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