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1 Answer | Asked in Divorce, Family Law and Child Custody for Florida on
Q: I am asking for temporary relief to be able to see my 1 year old son, Will the court let me see him?

My husband and I got into a verbal fight and it ended with him calling me a sh**** mom and I punched him in the leg. I went to jail, since then the case has been dropped and I have been going to domestic violence counseling and therapy on my own accord. I am sorry for my actions, I miss my son very... Read more »

Autumn Warner
Autumn Warner answered on Aug 24, 2016

If your attorney has made a motion for the temporary relief and requested that you be awarded temporary timesharing with your child, the motion must be called up for a hearing. Each case is unique and while its important that you speak with your attorney about the likelihood of you being awarded... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Florida on
Q: final judgement for child support was based on minimum wages for the state of Fl, 3 months missed since. what is next?

is it possible to file a motion for contempt? guidance?

Autumn Warner
Autumn Warner answered on Aug 24, 2016

Your first step would be to file a Motion for Contempt regarding the missed payments and any other obligations he has not maintained via the order. When filing a Motion for Contempt, it is important to state particularly how the other party is in contempt. You may find it beneficial to seek the... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Florida on
Q: Family law halfway threw establishing paternity she says hes not mine

She won't let me see my boy so I filed motion to establish paternity doing good so far alone agenst her lawyer I'm proud of my progress although we have mediation in a month and now she's saying he's not my child but won't consent to a DNA test outside of court what do I do if he's not mine am I... Read more »

Autumn Warner
Autumn Warner answered on Aug 24, 2016

While it is wonderful that you have made huge progress in this case on your own, it may be time to hire an attorney who has experience in this area. You should motion to court and request a DNA test. If the court orders the DNA test the mother of the child will be ordered by the court to submit the... Read more »

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4 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Support for Florida on
Q: My son is 23 and has 7 children. He still lives in my home without a job. As his mother am I responsible for paying it?
Autumn Warner
Autumn Warner answered on Aug 24, 2016

The responsibility for supporting the your son's children rests on your son and the children's mother. In a few circumstances, mainly if you adopted the children, or somehow contracted to support the children, you would have a support obligation for the children.

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