They had no kids 2gether. She had a couple from previous marriage & he had my husband.
FIL just passed, Step-mom wants to see & move closer to kids near Bradenton. Does my husband get half of house now or after she passes say 20 yrs from now? If she doesn’t volunteer the money, my... View More
This answer is based on Florida law. It sounds like you are asking about an inheritance. The first thing to do is read the documents (perhaps a will) that states what is supposed to happen with the property. If step mother brings papers to sign either read them carefully or tell her that you want...View More
Also I bought a casa in a senior community and since I wasn’t at age I put the house in his name and me as wife. The house was a gift from a couple that I took care of until both died. Since this house now is my income after he left, I went to stay with my daughter and rented the house.
My son picked my 6 daughter up from school and called me to tell me teacher pulled chair from under her and hurt her arm. Shows bruise when she gets home. Called school to report it and was told to come in to make a report. I will be there first thing.
If there's a criminal case pending there's likely a "no contact" order in place, which should protect you during the pendency of the case. However, on the civil side, there may be a custody/visitation decree from a court that you should be mindful of and not violate. All this is...View More
2 doctors letters state: My dad is not able to make his own financial or personal decisions without his DPOA Daughter(that me). Daughter is also dads Healthcare surrogate.. Daughter Is going on vacation and wants to give the private nurse Temporary POA. Daughter wants the doctors nurses hospitals... View More
I have a 4 year old daughter. I am currently going threw a divorce. my Divorce lawyer tells me that I have to get my own place. I live with my brother and I have my own room. I am on the lease now. I told my DL that I can give my daughter my room and I can set up the livingroom for myself. So it... View More
The child support obligation will continue to accrue like any other debt. At some point you can return to court and get a judgment against the obligor (the one who owes). Unfortunately you are correct that if the payor never has money or traceable income it will be difficult to collect....View More
Father learned child existed when age 2 or 3. Paternity confirmed and support judgement put in place. Usually taken from paychecks. Father has not ever seen, met or provided any coparenting for child. Mother moved out of state. Since being unemplyed payment stopped, driver's license... View More
The short answer is that there is no way for you to get completely out of your child support obligation. You can definitely return to court and ask to have your drivers license reinstated. You can ask the court for a modification if you are not already paying the minimum. The court will not allow...View More
My father passed away 1/25/2024 at his residence in Zephyrhills, FL. He had a live in girlfriend/ caregiver of 12+ years. She stated he did not have a will. She is refusing to give us any of his ashes or any of his personal items that we are requesting. She has ceased all contact and will not speak... View More
If you're facing a case involving the Department of Children and Families (DCF) and feel the need for legal representation, it's important to act quickly to secure assistance. Start by reaching out to trusted friends, family members, or community resources for recommendations or referrals...View More
The creditor is entitled to a garnishment. In Florida, the debtor has exemptions to the garnishment action, which the debtor must declare and prove at a hearing on those exemptions. If a garnishment action is filed, the action is directed to the debtor's employer, who must immediately withhold...View More
It is not too late to record a deed even after the grantor, in this case, your grandfather, has passed away, especially if the deed was executed (signed and notarized) properly while he was alive. Since your mother is the trustee and beneficiary of the trust, she has the authority to record the...View More
I was divorced in December of 2021 and was awarded temporary sole custody. I would like to terminate the father’s parental rights on basis of abandonment. He has not seen his kids in over two years and has provided zero financial support.
I need to see from a legal stance what we need to do to avoid any legal issues. He has no job, is a SR in HS and we believe he is going from friend to friends each night. We have reported him as runaway previously but when he threatened to do it on 1-28-24, we allowed it. I have been keeping... View More
Both parties are required to follow any court orders that are in place. If you had the child support order set aside then there is no specific obligation. However, when child support is established there will be a retroactive component owed. Speak with a local family lawyer for more specific advice.
That is a question that only you can answer. In court, the legal standard for children‘s issues is what is in the best interests of the child. You also need to consider the financial impact of two households. Speak with a local family lawyer for more specific advice.
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