You should consult with a local real estate attorney if you need help with this. The quit claim deed may not be valid without the proper legal description. They are the specific words that describe the property in the public records.
Yes, you probably are legally married. In what state were you married; Florida doesn't have justices of the peace. If it was in another state, a document should have been recorded (perhaps with a clerk of court) there. Check with the appropriate agency in that other state.
Married 20 years, separated for 1 1/2 years now. Husband had numerous affairs, and left and moved in with a girlfriend. He keeps EVERYTHING in the business bank account which I cannot access therefore I am with very limited means to afford a retainer or even just begin the process. I am currently... Read more »
I think it’s best you contact a divorce attorney and schedule a consultation to discuss. It may be possible for a payment arrangement to be made depending on the facts of your case. Some of us here from JUSTIA offer a free initial consultation. Good luck and stay safe.
I'm a US Resident and I'm married for 3 years and i have a son but me and my wife didn't live together until the 5th of December 2019 when I moved from Egypt to the USA, And we agreed on getting a divorce and then i will be moving out of Florida and go to live in another state but I... Read more »
Please i really need help. My soon to be ex husband used to work as a law enforcement for the last 15 years. He suffers from extreme ADHD which got him retired, even though he is been treated, he has problems sleeping, controlling his anger,and with concentration. My girls hate being with him,and... Read more »
You need to consult with and retain a family law attorney to assist you in whatever motions or pleadings that need to be filed. Most JUSTIA attorneys offer a free initial consultation. Contact one of us today and let us know that you found us on JUSTIA. Good luck.
It is not. The family court only has jurisdiction under a dissolution of marriage matter to change your name back to your previous name. If you want to change your first name, you will need to file a petition for name change. Good luck!
You should mention it in your court filings. If you cannot agree, in the context of your Florida dissolution case, as to the disposition of the property, it may be necessary to ask a Puerto Rican court to adjudicate title to the property.
Spouse filled out the worksheet and it seems very wacky. Somehow he calculated it as $60 bucks per kid. He makes about 6K a month and I make about 9K. He will have them for the weekends, though they rarely go over (they are teenagers) would rather hang with friends. I pay health insurance of about... Read more »
You should have discovered to each other your financial affidavit. This document will show his and your net income. Once you have a financial affidavit and an idea of how many days per wee/month each of you will have the children among other factors, you can calculate child support amount using the...Read more »
You can but while you are still married the other party will need to sign off on the closing. You can refinance in your own name but he will need to sign a quit claim deed regarding title to the property.
During early years of the marriage I found my self unemployed. I went back to college, in doing so, I racked up a bunch of student loans some which are paid off some which are not, maybe like 20K. He does not want to share the burden as he stated they are "mine" however, with my annual... Read more »
I have discovered that my spouse has been sending thousands of dollars to a certificate at the bank that I do not have access. I can just see the money leaving. I asked him about it (after the financial affidavit) was submitted, and it was not listed as an asset for anybody. I called the bank, and... Read more »
This will need to be addressed at mediation and/or trial. There are a lot of factors that need to be considered. Where is the money that is being deposited coming from? Is the money truly for the benefit of the child? Is your husband the only person who has control over the account?...Read more »
It is best to get the child support ordered by the Court for many reasons. Use the Florida Child Support Calculator available on-line at www.floridachildsupportcalculator.com/ and calculate how much child support will be and ask that your husband pay that amount while your divorce is pending....Read more »
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