In my brother’s police report it states air support obtained video footage. The video footage was uploaded to the Foray system. Can requests be made to obtain the video footage? If so, who can request for it and how? Can police body cam video be obtained? How can we request this? He is currently... Read more »
Generally yes, but you have to act quickly. I have done these types of requests quite a bit. You need his lawyer, if he has one, to (1) demand those materials in discovery from the state attorney's office immediately, (2) file a Ch. 119 Sunshine Law public records request for those materials,...Read more »
Generally the main issue at a child support hearing is proof of your income. You may also want to have a list of any direct payments that you received, if any. If you receive the child support then DOR may still represent you. Contact them directly for guidance.
I am a victim of domestic violence and in January 2019 I filed and received a 1 year injunction. In January of 2020 I then received a 1 year Do Not Contact because my ex violated his pre-trial release by contacting me. The Do Not Contact order ended in January of 2021. Since the domestic battery... Read more »
If he were to attack and kill you, whether or not the injunction were still in place, you will still be just as dead. Such injunctions or protective orders are designed to protect you in the event you have a reasonable fear of violence. If he hasn't contacted or come near you in the past...Read more »
Add you and your husband to the title. Title determines ownership. HOWEVER, You MUST READ THE FINANCE AGREEMENT (assuming that your mom financed the purchase) to make certain that adding you does not violate the agreement. Also, make certain that you and your husband are properly insured with the...Read more »
The house if she gets a probate lawyer to change it over to her name and it there a flat fee for this service, or what would she pay, we spoke to a lawyer who’s asking for $700 as a retainer and $4100 once the property is sold
The father was ordered to carry insurance & pay a set amount biweekly. Since the order was put into place he lost his job due to drug use & eventually completed rehab, now has a new job making a significant amount more than when the original amount was ordered. My husband & I have also... Read more »
Child support is based on each parent's income or ability to earn income if they are not working. If you are able to work as a nurse but choose to stay home the court can impute income to you as if you were working. The imputed income will be used to calculate the child support.
You refer, apparently, to Florida Statute 83.51 (2)(a)(1). Assuming this obligation is not "otherwise agreed in writing", and assuming that subsection (4), "The landlord is not responsible to the tenant under this section for conditions created or caused by the negligent or wrongful...Read more »
The trust in question was set up by my wife who was found to be incompetent by two physicians and replaced by the Successor Trustee. I am a beneficiary of the Trust. The successor Trustee says that she need not provide an accounting unless my wife predeceases me. Is she correct?
I think that it would depend on if you could make a credible argument that the trust has become irrevocable due to the incapacity of the grantor and thus you are now a qualified beneficiary who has a right to an annual accounting even though the grantor is still living. I would recommend that you...Read more »
ex: no campers, boats, trailers, storage or for transporting atv type vehicles, no owning atv(type vehicles-4 wheelers, mudders,dirtbikes ect) in park, except by vacant land( only person that owns vacant land is hoa board member, and president owns golf cart whom rides around, lets grand kids... Read more »
Generally, no. Board members should not be amending documents themselves to start with. These documents are contracts and the Florida Supreme Court has indicated in an advisory back in the mid-90s that amendments to these documents require a Florida-licensed attorney and any non-lawyer might be...Read more »
My ex wife,kids and I move more than 5 years ago to Florida, she register the case in Florida and is being enforced by DOR, PR child support is till age 21, Florida 18, she is now requesting a modification of child support and my oldest is almost 19. Do I have to continue paying till the kids are... Read more »
Florida only enforces the original order from PR. If that order says child support until 21 then that is the law of the case. You have to return to court (in FL) to litigate the modification. You should look for a local family lawyer that offers a free consultation to explain or investigate the...Read more »
Probably until the end of March, but the new owner must give you notice. Assuming notice is furnished according to the statute, the answer is yes - you can be forced out, Covid or no covid. It doesn't matter if you've been there 15 years or 15 days. Selling the house "as is" has...Read more »
That depends on whether you have any defense. If you're not sure if you have any defense, consult an attorney. If you know for certain that you have no defense, contact plaintiff's counsel to make an offer (for example, 50% of the total, payable in installments of $50 a month), and see...Read more »
“R” lives here too.We’ve been having issues with his parents coming and going when they please screaming at us because there’s dishes in the sink or whatnot, we keep this house pretty spotless everyone that comes here compliments how clean it is. They have come with 0 warning to do stuff... Read more »
This is garbage. None of these people have any right to barge in, and R's brother should not have a key or least should not use it unless there is a bona fide, "call 911" type emergency. Of course, you have no lease so its a question of whether you are really renting or just staying...Read more »
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