Rand Scott Lieber's answer If you cannot reach an agreement with the father then you must go to court to settle the issue. You will then have a parenting plan which spells out each of your rights and responsibilities for the children.
Griffin Klema's answer Attorneys are not likely to tell you your "chances" based on the information you provided since it's only one side of the story. You probably do have enough to file a lawsuit against your friend, but whether you win or not depends in large part on your credibility in front of the judge versus your friend's credibility. Who will the judge (or jury) believe? That's what it will probably come down to unless you have a document (text message, email) written by the friend that states in clear terms...
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer It appears from you question that he already has the right to visitation on certain weekends. If this is so, he will not have to take you to court; he can control her activities during the time he exercises visitation.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer No, depending on what kind of probate case you are doing it probably will take a lot longer than that. But in general you don't have to be present in Florida to " go through probate".
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer No, probably not. Your terminology makes your question somewhat confusing, but the order granted by the state DCA would probably not be subject to collateral attack in the bankruptcy court.
Charles M. Baron's answer No, it means the Court has ruled you can't re-file a complaint/petition on the same matter in that same Court. Whether a dismissal is with prejudice or without, a final order of dismissal may be appealed within 30 days. Also, a motion for rehearing may usually be filed in the Court that issued the ruling, and if so, the 30 days to appeal will not commence to run until the disposition of the motion for rehearing.
Charles M. Baron's answer Depends on what you mean by "says". Also, I think you mean insurance company, not insurance agency. An agency is just the entity that sells the insurance. Regarding what the insurance company "says", nothing is 100% definite until there is a signed document setting forth the agreed-upon settlement arrangement. On the other hand, if there is at least a written representation of their promise, such as a letter or email from an insurance adjuster, the odds are that they'll stick to that...
Mr Eric Klein's answer You should file a Motion for Contempt/Enforcement AND notice it for a hearing. The judge has many options to get you your money, one of which is for him to liquidate assets. I hope this helps. Good luck!
Charles M. Baron's answer Her homestead status protects her from foreclosure/eviction, not from fines. Also, her age does not protect her from fines. She needs to hire an attorney (or see if the local Legal Aid/Legal Services office can represent her) to contest the code violations at the hearing. Often, the code enforcement officials are willing to reach a settlement with the "violator", and having an attorney contesting the matter would give her more leverage in settlement negotiations.
Barry W. Kaufman's answer There is a judgment against you for the difference between the amount of the loan that you owed at the time the insurer paid, and the amount the insurer paid. The creditor is attempting to garnish your pay to pay the judgment. The first thing that happens is a writ of garnishment is served on your employer. Your employer has 20 days to respond to the writ of garnishment. The creditor will send you the motion for the writ of garnishment, the writ, and later, your employer's answer. The clerk is...
Mitchell Feldman's answer You obtain the assistance of a lawyer to review the claims and he or she will assist in this regard if there is a claim to be brought. I would not worry about a class let’s start with what happened to you and whether there is a chance for recovery or a claim against the broker at issue. If there’s a class action generally you cannot profit from the Harm or injuries to others so although you would potential he be awarded A service award Consult a lawyer and get legal advice on whether there...
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