The person was arrested for touch and strike, and admits that. Next day went to home and got arrested for violating no contact. Two days later received a restraining order that was not true, but full of allegations that did not happen the day of the touch and strike. The person spent 90 plus days... View More
As long as the house is a marital asset, which it sounds like it is, the court will order the equity to be divided as part of equitable distribution. You will each have the opportunity to buy the other out or else the property will be sold. Speak with a local family lawyer for more specific advice.
Hello I am seeking help with divorce from my husband who is incarcerated for battery on me for the third time he is in prison. I was advised that since this was in relation to domestic battery you would be able to help me divorce my husband. I am seeking immediate divorce as soon as possible , how... View More
Family members have informed us that she is attempting to rent 1 of the 2 apartments above us. I contacted the rental office and informed them of the order this week. She has not moved in yet but has started receiving mail at the apartment as we have been told by a family member who was asked to... View More
You took the right first step by contacting the leasing office. If the person in fact moves in then you can notify the police. A violation of an injunction becomes a criminal offense. Speak with a local lawyer for more specific advice.
I recently filed an injunction against my ex. A majority of the reason is him posting things about me online to humiliate and embarrass me. When I filed , I was told “the computer” chose dating violence, but I’m wondering if dating violence covers the online harassment as well as showing up... View More
You need to actually invest in a conversation with an attorney in your county who practices domestic relations and domestic violence law. Your answer is going to depend on the specific language of the injunction and the specific text of the online statements the respondent has made.
I currently have a restraining order placed on me two years ago, but the other party has been contacted me, and even visited my apartment. I feel that the restraining order is unjustified,as the other party can't prove they fear for their life .
You may be able to file a Motion to Dissolve the Injunction. You should consult with an attorney regarding the specific facts of your case to determine if you meet the burden required to dissolve the injunction. Contact your local legal aid center for assistance.
Step one is make sure that he is served with the temporary injunction. You (or the Sheriff) can contact the probation officer directly. They may or may not be able to tell you the possible consequences of a probation violation. You may also be able to report his behavior directly to the police....View More
You may hire a lawyer in one state, even if you live in another. You really should since you appear to be subject to a restraining order which may be controlling over your parenting rights until you can get an order more specifically setting out those rights. The specific language of the...View More
This person beat my door with a hammer, Shattered my room window and has been sending me messages impersonating officers, Threatening me, Sending other people messages and threatening them using my name.
First, report it to the police. Then make a claim with your homeowner's insurance company. If they pay your damages, they probably will file suit against that person for the damages, including the deductible. It will not be necessary to sue for "harassment", as such.
a home and both of our names are on the deed and mortgages. He has become increasingly more emotionally, verbally, and mentally abusive so I am trying to move out but I have nowhere to go. I have invested thousands of dollars in this home and I cannot financially afford to live on my own without... View More
While the action you would have to pursue is a Partition Action, which will cost both of you substantial legal fees most likely, I would advise impressing this upon him and reaching some reasonable refinance, buyout or similar resolution without having to resort to litigation for Partition. If this...View More
This is in the state of FL. Petitioner makes several claims that are false and a few that are exaggerated highly. It is for dating violence when in fact there has been none whatsoever the relationship was toxic certainly but NEITHER party was violent towards the other. I have a hearing soon where I... View More
To have the TRO dismissed, you will need to present evidence that the allegations made by your ex are untrue or exaggerated. Evidence could include witness statements, photographs, text messages, or any other documentation that can help to prove your case.
In Florida, notice reasonably calculated to apprise interested parties of the pendency of the action and afford them an opportunity to present their objections is required in civil cases. This is typically satisfied by following the rules of service of process as outlined in the Florida Rules of...View More
I filed a report against my ex for hitting me online they responded saying g I has to have a deputy respond to file that type of report but I would rather not upset our son any more thinking his dad will go to jail can I refuse since my ex has not contacted me since the incident ?
If you want law enforcement to pursue anything then you will have to either make a report at the station in person or have a deputy come to you. If you do not want to pursue it further then you don't need to do anything else. Speak with a local lawyer for more specific advice.
Altercation. She has left within seconds of being connected to 911 but they sent officers anyways. When they arrived they noticed an injury and asked about it. I was honest and told them that it happened during the altercation but didn't want to press charges. They took pictures and The state... View More
My mom is married to a guy that hit her and was charged with Domestic violence in California. They stayed together but shortly afterwards lost their home in the Paradise CA fire and now live in Florida. My sister once took his guns away when he was suicidal and never reported it. We know he's... View More
No, your mom is not prohibited from purchasing firearms just because her husband has been convicted of a California misdemeanor involving domestic violence. If she acquires the firearm with the intended purpose that he has access to it, she would be committing a felony; see Florida Statute...View More
we were living together since July. In November, we broke up and I asked him to leave-- he refused- so I filed an unlawful detainer on 12/7- my house, he paid no bills etc. He had me arrested for alleged domestic violence 12/9. The state's att'y has dismissed the case due to lack of... View More
You can petition for a domestic violence injunction if you independently have the facts to support it. The Court Clerk's office should have forms for you check off the reason(s) supporting an injunction. Your ex filing against you is irrelevant to your eligibility and to your likelihood of...View More
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