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3 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation for Florida on
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Hello I graduate about 2 years ago and my mother and father gave me a car! The car is registered in my father’s name but I’ve had the car every day for the past 2 years and my mother and I have paid the car Payment and car insurance and for any service that needed to be done. Now my father is... View More

Jeffrey Lampert
Jeffrey Lampert
answered on Apr 3, 2020

Please consider that you have very little equity in the vehicle. Most likely you are "upside down" with the car being worth less than what is owed. So, what would you sue for? Negative equity?

Your question says that he wants his name removed OR he wants the car sold. So, it...
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2 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Florida on
Q: Can you get evicted from a rental during a national disaster such as the Covid 19 Pandemic?

The Condo owner raised the rent effective April 1, 2020. Just want to know my options, if any. Thank you.

Jeffrey Lampert
Jeffrey Lampert
answered on Mar 29, 2020

Here is a big concern--if the landlord files for an eviction the filing will appear in the public records. So, even though the Courts are shut down for "non-essential" civil actions, and the Clerks are not currently issuing Writ of Possession, and the Sheriff's are not executing... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Oklahoma on
Q: Due to the covid-19 I have had to forgo my weekend visits with my two children. My ex is denying video chat.

But, not phone calls because that is in our divorce decree. He will not allow me video chats with our kids during a pandemic. Can he do that? There is no provision's regarding video calls however, doesn't that violate my civil rights as a parent?

Jeffrey Lampert
Jeffrey Lampert
answered on Mar 25, 2020

So much depends on the Final Judgment ending the marriage. Did it make a provision to allow video? Did it incorporate a Marital Settlement Agreement that contained a provision to allow video? If not, as much as it might be detestable the refusal is not in contradiction to court order.

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