You asked about this previously in this forum, and I answered. But again you have failed to supply critical information. If you have not been subpoenaed, you have no obligation to attend; if they want you they will have to pay you whatever expenses you demand. So, unless they ask nicely and pay...Read more »
To pursue a legal remedy you need to go back to your marital settlement agreement or final judgment. You either have to follow what the agreement says or go back to court if you cannot agree. If you have a legitimate claim you can file a lis pendens with the court. That will notify any buyers that...Read more »
You need to file a response to the motion and make sure that the court has your most up-to-date contact information so that you will be noticed if there is a hearing on her motion. Just because she said it in a motion doesn't make it true, but if the court thinks there's an emergency they...Read more »
I am filling out a "Notice of Related Cases" in relation to having my name legally changed. All I have on my record is a pair of civil traffic cases, but they are both closed cases. I verified they are closed through Duval County's CORE Website.
You can Google a power of attorney form. You will need to have your father's signature notarized. Look for a local lawyer that will help you with this. It should not be expensive and you will have peace of mind.
My dad has 2 daughters from ex and 2 daughters from 1st marriage to my mom. Mom passed away 10yrs ago and he hasn’t remarried. He had a brain aneurysm and is on a wheelchair and can’t speak. He only says my name, aha & no. His other 2 daughters took him out of the nursing home we had him... Read more »
The cop is not correct but unfortunately, they will usually not assist in getting you the child and they tell you it is a family matter. You must go to family court to file a Motion for Pickup Order in order to get the child back. This is only if you are unmarried with the father.
Was she married to you when she got pregnant? Probably not, because if so it is doubtful that he would have been able to be put on the birth certificate. So, assuming conception occurred when she was married to you, you are the "legal father" even if he is the biological father.
We recently took in our nephew and he has been with us for about 3 months now. His grandmother has custody and has given us permission to take him. He would like to make it more permanent but is afraid his grams will reject the idea. What should we do?
And demand him to leave with him. He verbally says thats his son and he can take him when he wants. He is on drugs and I want to protect my family. Im scared the police dont know the law or situation and let him take him.
His opportunity to challenge the paternity was when the child was born. Too much time has passed for him to raise it now. You are the legal father. You have financially supported the child since birth.
I am not an expert on name change but I believe that if you and mom petition together to...Read more »
I assumed I had no authority other than his “step dad”. Until I asked you earlier who the LEGAL father is. My wife and I were married when he was conceived and we still are today. He is trying to take him I need help(info) please
Have you had contact with the biological father over the past eight years? A stranger cannot simply show up with a birth certificate and take a child. Is something is happening now that you are concerned about?
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