lives out of state. We bought the home for the purpose of living in it when we got married but we used his money that he earned from a cancer benefit prior to marriage. He abandoned me in the Fifth wheel that was originally titled in my name only, which is located on his brothers property, and... Read more »
We got married in PR 7 years ago, while I was there we took the paperwork to Pr court to get a divorce but when they call me back to be present I was working here in Fl and wasn't able to go back at that time, case was annulled. I resident here at Florida now for 1 year and want to filed the... Read more »
Yes, if the Puerto Rico divorce didn't result in a final judgment and was dismissed instead, you can file for divorce here in Florida. It may well be possible to do it without your wife being physically present.
I am at the tail end of my divorce but cannot get soon to be ex's attorney to file for final hearing. Everything has been signed and agreed upon since July 2019 and we just need the final hearing for the judge to sign off on. My ex's attorney has been ducking my calls and won't... Read more »
I don't know how they schedule hearings in Osceola County, but in most parts of NW Florida we simply call or send and e-mail to the judge's assistant requesting a hearing date. Be sure to copy the opposing counsel of course, and file a notice of hearing when you have been given the date.
The short answer is never. The long answer is that children are usually not considered mature enough to be able to make adult decisions. One of the factors for determining the timesharing is: The reasonable preference of the child, if the court deems the child to be of sufficient intelligence,...Read more »
Our marriage has been rocky since 2015. Husband called it quits. We tried several more times to make it work but he has called it quits for good. I want a divorce. I am worried he make try to take my home. The home is in only my name. I am in Florida. Thank you
You need to consult with and retain a family law attorney to find out what your rights are. Most JUSTIA attorneys offer a free initial consultation. Contact one of us today and let us know you found us on JUSTIA. Good luck.
I had an exceptions hearing over the phone, opposing council was allowed to talk and I was not, I was the one that filed for exceptions. I don't understand how that is legal, and when I tried to get a copy of the hearing they said that they weren't recording them? When I asked the judge... Read more »
Of your list of grievances, the only one that seems to be a possible infringement of your rights was the denial of your right to argue on your own behalf. That is a procedural due process right IN GENERAL for pro se litigants in hearings, with some exceptions. Relief for a trial court...Read more »
The magistrate handed down the final judgement but missed a bunch of issues so I filed Exceptions to the ruling. I am a Pro se defendant so I called the courts to ask what to do, I was told write on a paper what you don't agree with, so I did that. I filed the exceptions and the courts said I... Read more »
My wife and I have been separated for over 9 years. I had custody of my daughter in texas for over 4 to 5 years due to my daughter being found in the street in fl and being positive for drugs. The department of child services gave me custody. Her mom was able to get her back 2 years ago when she go... Read more »
I have a mortgage loan with my ex wife. The loan Is With Regions bank. They won't do an assumption or refinance. They told me I have to go through court to have name removed. How do I do that? Property is in chipley, fl
Im 17 and for the past 5 months ive been receiving verbal and emotional abuse from my mom because im gay thats been messing up my mental and emotional state to the point that sometimes i just wish i wasnt alive and it keeps happening. A few weeks ago my mom jumped on me and choked me so i did call... Read more »
Regarding the "contract" you made with your mother, it's not a valid, enforceable contract (even had you signed a proper signature). Minors do not have the legal capacity to enter into contracts, and even if you were an adult, the contract would not be valid for other reasons....Read more »
she is the petitioner, the divorce case is going on for almost about 5 months, now suddenly she files for notice of voluntary dismissal.. does it get granted right away from the court? do i have still option to continue with the same petition? and how long i have time period to file a counter... Read more »
My husband and I originally lived in Saint Johns County during our marriage. My husband moved out and moved to Duval County. I'm worried because all the information I have researched says that I should have filed in the county were I lived or the county were we last lived together as husband... Read more »
If there are no attorneys involved, call the other party and let him/her know that you would like to request an expedited final hearing from the court. If he/she agrees, call the JA and let her know that you have conferred with the other party and he/she agrees to an expedited hearing due to...Read more »
I would need more information to answer your question fully. For example, If spouses own an income property, assuming the income property is jointly titled and was purchased during the marriage, the income property is subject to division on divorce. In this scenario, when an income property is not...Read more »
Your first step should be to schedule a consult with one of us divorce attorneys. You mentioned there are 2 houses and it appears you are both still living in 1 - you didn’t say who is living in the other. Tou also mentioned that he want to stay in the house - you didn’t say if you object? The...Read more »
50/50 custody. X wIFe caused Estrangement broke divorce and custody agreement. We AGReed if either violated divorce agreement all alimony be repaid. She also has violated "FRIVILOUS" clause. 7 of 7 motions wife filed were all appealed and over ruled. She has not repaid money I paid... Read more »
It sounds like you and your ex are presently involved in divorce litigation; if so, you must file your motions to enforce the agreements in the same court, same case. If the cae is closed you will have to re-open it--and then file your motions.
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