The statutes which may be applicable to the scenario described would be:
* Fla. Stat. s61.13(1)(a) - providing, in relevant part, that child support is to terminate on a child's birthday unless the court finds or previously found that Fla. Stat. s.743.07(2) applies, or is otherwise agreed...Read more »
Noncustodial parent in arrears of $39,000, paying NO child support which places him in contempt of the court order. Current venue is profoundly rank with conflict of interest and obstruction of justice.
There are several potential legal issues embedded in your question such as contempt, enforcement, and jurisdiction. You should consult with qualified family law attorney to explore all your options. You may want to consider conferring with an attorney in the jurisdiction of the court which...Read more »
Bought a home with my husband, we decided not to be together and he left me with the home. I was a stay at home mom with 2 kids, neither of the children are his. Our home isn't paid off. I was left with noway of paying for the bills and don't have a car as well. Not sure what my rights are as far... Read more »
The answer to your question will depend on several factors including, but not limited to, whether or not you and your husband will be or are getting a divorce and each of your respective financial circumstances. You should consult with a qualified family law attorney who can explain the options...Read more »
I am from Florida. I filed a divorce at 15 years and 8 months of our marriage., I make 110k yearly(gross including bonus,increment,401k matching and pension). My spouse income is variable. Last year she made 60k and this years 42k. My case is going on for almost 2 years. it will going for trial. My... Read more »
My son is 12 years old. His biological father is military, stationed in Iowa (we live in Florida), he hasn't seen him in 6+ years and hasn't spoken to him in 3+ years. He does pay $600 a month in child support plus $200 for school clothes\supplies each new school year with no court order. We agreed... Read more »
Typically both parents must consent to a child’s name change or a court may order a child’s name change over a parent’s objection in certain circumstances if it is in the child’s best interest. If you have questions about your specific circumstances, you should speak with a qualified...Read more »
It is never in your best interest to sign any documents you do not fully understand. You should always read documents fully and completely and ask any questions that you may have of someone qualified to answer them before you decide whether or not to sign. Florida has certain homestead laws that...Read more »
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