I make the payments for the dog everything is in my name. Took it to grooming etc. The dog was a gift to my family, ex thinks it was a gift to her as well because she would take it on weekends & do things with him, buying him toys & grooming as well, voluntarily when we were together. when we broke... Read more »
You didn't say whether your ex was married to you or not, but I assume you were not married because if you were, this would be an issue in dissolution of marriage proceedings in the family court. I assume you mean she filed suit in small claims court. Answer to question, "Should I get a lawyer?":...Read more »
Defense allowed Motion in Limine for co conspirator. Public def stated in court "I have not researched this case I am not ready for trial" 3 days trial began. I was DENIED hiring private council due to court imposed time constraints. Perjury by witness/victim. Burglary with mask. Battery with mask... Read more »
Have a copy of a hand written agreement by the person who owes me the money & notarized, for a specific amount to be paid per month. (Along with texts of agreement being made and pics sent by them of the letter while being written.) The payments have not been received since the initial payment of... Read more »
Of course, that's the reason appellate courts exist. To be appealable, the trial court judgment or order must be a final order, except for certain types of non-final orders, as specified in the rules of appellate procedure.
If he is a resident of another state, Georgia I assume, the courts of that other state have jurisdiction. It doesn't matter that you reside in Florida. Most states require that a divorce plaintiff have resided in that state for a certain period of time; in Florida, for example, it's 6 months. On...Read more »
Wife & I rented a home with a friend during the beginning of her divorce paying all initial costs, etc. After a short time, it was clear it would not work. After multiple attempts to discuss options, the only option she would agree to was her keeping the home. This meant having us replaced on the... Read more »
She can report anything she feels like, but I suppose you're asking if you are at some kind of legal risk if she does. It's unclear from your description if you're talking about just one solitary email asking for payment that triggered her reaction, but if just the one, there should be no legal...Read more »
Fla. Stat. § 790.06(12) prohibits CWFL holders from carrying lethal weapons or firearms on "any college or university facility". The statute does not specify whether this applies only to public/community colleges and universities. Does this prohibition also apply to private universities? Can... Read more »
A basic principle of statutory construction is if a statute omits something, it’s presumed that the legislature intended to do so. You should assume, therefore, that the plain reading of the statute does apply to ALL colleges or universities.
No college can offer you an exception to your...Read more »
My husband and I are in Fort Lauderdale on vacay, and stopped at Bo’s on the Beach. We were made to feel like criminals because I had a Trump 2020 pin, and were very embarrassed by the manager. I left a denim jacket on the back of my bar stool. We walked back to the hotel and within an hour I... Read more »
This is a curious question - has anyone claimed it's illegal? If your girlfriend is at least 18, you could even share a bedroom. A legal exception to you living with them, whether in same room with girlfriend or not, is if you live in a complex that has a rule against unrelated individuals...Read more »
I wasnt home at the moment. I was at work but my husband and 2 children were and when answering a knock on the door at this hour by a police officer asking to speak with me, and if I was in the house at the moment? When my husband informed the officer that I was not home and working until late... Read more »
I have been combing through the definitions (790.001) and have not found anything that defines camping as hiking with an overnight stay. I have tried looking into the other state laws for definitions and hints for the better part of a week now (like TITLE XVIII PUBLIC LANDS AND PROPERTY) and have... Read more »
When a term is not defined in a statute, courts and administrative agencies use the ordinary dictionary definition. No, hiking is hiking and camping is camping. Also, read in context, the likely legislative intent of the camping exception is to allow camping hunters to have their long guns out...Read more »
My girlfriend and I spoke with the neighbor at least on four different occasions discussing removal of dead growth on property line neighbor said go ahead I'm too old and have not been able to maintain it so we went ahead and cleaned the line out of the dead brush and trees . This took us at least... Read more »
What is it you want to know? If they sue you for damages, it will be a matter of your word against theirs. And, of course, they will have to prove that the property was damaged in that amount (normally decreased value of their real property). If it was merely dead trees and vines, it is...Read more »
Since you are not married the best thing to do before the baby is born is to make sure the father agrees to claim the baby is his and have the hospital or doctor put his name on the birth certificate. Then you can start proceedings to turn the child over to their legal father.
My room was dirty the security didn't like how I was talking to the management. called the police I went back to my room management came and apologized and left peacefully I THANKED THEM. 1 hr later later a leo was at my door saying he wanted to investigate a disturbance. I told him problem was... Read more »
If you were charged with trespass, it likely means somebody working for the hotel told the police that you were refusing their request to leave. Perhaps there was a misunderstanding/miscommunication between you and the hotel or between two different staff members, or another scenario is that...Read more »
Witnessed a robbery /crime in my store, I gave in my testimony and appeared at the deposition.Was given a second subpoena to testify in front of a jury on the 14th of jan...I dont want to be involved in this anymore..I'm trying to have a baby and this has been stressful for me.
Your question is too vague regarding the word "harassing". I suggest you post a new inquiry with a very short summary of the wrongdoing you are complaining of (up to about 4 or 5 sentences). In any event, if the "harassing" that you complain of falls under a category of wrongdoing that a Court...Read more »
I was arrested and jailed The next day I received a visit from the P.D. office and was given the P.C. Affidavit. Three months later while still jailed I received in the mail that I was given a new P.D. I REQUIRED the newly appointed P.D. To send me a copy of the states discovery. After reception of... Read more »
If you have been litigating you case without a lawyer then you should continue doing so; there is no specific form to use, so call it a motion to allow late response, and try to explain. ATTACH YOUR ACTUAL RESPONSE TO THE REPORT AN RECOMMENDATION>
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