Decatur, GA asked in Family Law and Child Support for Florida

Q: I lived in my grandma's house for 34 years along with my 24 year old austitic brother and my mom my grandma passed away

Last December and when my parents got divorced the papers State that my mom can live in the house minus him back in August my dad and stepmom moved in and they've been trying to kick us out can they do that ? .y mom has been trying to find a new place to live with me and my brother to no avail I heard from a friend of mine that we can stay in the house until we find a place is that true I should also mention that my dad hasn't paid child support towards my brother I should also mention that me and my mom are also disabled

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Vanessa Vasquez de Lara
Vanessa Vasquez de Lara
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A: There's a lot of information needed here to be able to properly answer. The documents from the divorce would need to be reviewed to see exactly what they say about who gets to own the house and who gets to live the house. If your mom is supposed to live it, then your dad would need to leave.

In Florida there is no child support for a child after the age of 18. If both you and your brother are disabled, then you and him (through a guardian) can seek child support from your dad. This is also something an attorney or a Legal Aid organization can help with.

This question was posted in a Florida group but it says your location is in the State of Georgia. You'll need to look for attorneys in Georgia to help because some of the information may be different.

Good luck!

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