My wife and I have been separated for over 9 years. I had custody of my daughter in texas for over 4 to 5 years due to my daughter being found in the street in fl and being positive for drugs. The department of child services gave me custody. Her mom was able to get her back 2 years ago when she go... Read more »
My biological father died, I'do not know him, never met him yet his wife put my name in his obituary even after I asked her to remove it she did not and it was published without my permission. They lived in NC,
Most if not all funeral homes allow the immediate family to write the obituary. And I have never heard of any funeral home that in any way edits any obituary written by the immediate family. However, why not try?
Moreover, once the obituary is written and published in some local newspaper...Read more »
I just found out that im lactose anemic and have type 2 diabetes im out of medication i don't have medicade nor insurance my mom has 4 kids from my dad that she is getting child support back pay but im the youngest im 25 and i been on my own since i was 13 years old
Im 17 and for the past 5 months ive been receiving verbal and emotional abuse from my mom because im gay thats been messing up my mental and emotional state to the point that sometimes i just wish i wasnt alive and it keeps happening. A few weeks ago my mom jumped on me and choked me so i did call... Read more »
Regarding the "contract" you made with your mother, it's not a valid, enforceable contract (even had you signed a proper signature). Minors do not have the legal capacity to enter into contracts, and even if you were an adult, the contract would not be valid for other reasons....Read more »
I inherited my aunt's car from her death and there is no available title. I actually have possession of the car, but no title to be able to license or even resale the vehicle. How can I get a new title for this car? My aunt lived in Alabama and I live in Florida. Any and all suggestions is... Read more »
My ex is going to serve me for paternity soon and i just want to have my court cases done in Broward County. I haven't been served yet could i move to Broward County? Also can i move if i do get served?
Yes, you can move, but if you were residing in your current county when the suit was filed, moving won't enable you to request a change of venue. Yes, you can always move. If you had the child with you moving the child with you would not be allowed (absent a court order allowing it), but I...Read more »
I live in Florida, my mother lives in Arkansas with my disabled 40yr old sister. My mother has guardianship and we all agree its time for me to take on the care of my sister. What do i need to do and where do i start?
It appears you will need to start by looking for family lawyers in Arkansas to start this process. You will also need a Florida family lawyer too; between the two of them it should be a fairly smooth transition--at least on the legal side.
In 2002 my husband of 8 years left and never came back ,no contact of any kind for 16 years,except when found by child support and ordered to pay but hasnt,found out he has remarried last year because his other WIFE posted the event on social media and we arent even divorced,can i hold him... Read more »
My court order only states that the Memorial Day weekend is with mother and the Labor Day weekend is with father. Memorial Day weekend falls on my daughter father weekend. But my order doesn’t give exact details on when I can pick my daughter up it only say mother have Memorial Day weekend. So I... Read more »
Im ready to throw in the towel and give my rights up to my current dcf case ( family first network ), meanwhile me and my current boyfriend live together and thats who im pregnant for now. I want to know if theres a way to give my rights up to him to the baby im carrying now at the hospital without... Read more »
My ex threw his son and my 2 girls out of our RI home while i was pregnant because he met someone and cheated. So i moved to my sister for a few months and decided i needed a better life for my kids and start fresh so i moved to Florida in 2016. I have tried to let him communicate with his child... Read more »
Yes, you can still leave unless he first files a lawsuit for visitation or custody. When he kids have been in Georgia for six months, assuming he hasn't filed by then, jurisdiction would be in that state.
I have already e-filed: (1) family cover sheet, (2) Petition (with me as petitioner; notarized, signed by me & spouse), (3) notice of related cases (for me), and (4) answer to petition (signed/notarized by my spouse). We are keeping settlement agreement private. There are no children. Both live... Read more »
The clerk is telling you that you cannot file your combined stuff and exhibits, case law, etc. in one big giant document; you must file separate documents clearly labeled so the judge can understand what you are trying to do. Go down to the clerk's office and ask to see another pro se divorce...Read more »
Lawyers are very intelligent am constrained by a fundamental law of the universe (no one can foretell the future) and unable to opine on your current dilemma and highly trained professionals--but we are not soothsayers; nor do we do crystal balls. Try it and see if it works.
The franchisor is looking to sell the franchisee I work at again to a new buyer. I am pregnant, due 11/1/20. They kept our insurance the previous owner had in place for now but if they sell before I have the baby and the new owner doesn't want to keep health insurance (under 50ppl at my... Read more »
I can understand you personal concerns; however, there are far too many possibilities and "what ifs" for any lawyer to be able to advise you what to do. There is NOTHING you can do right now; so why not wait and see what happens NEXT?
Yes, there is no law that requires a husband or wife to deposit all their money into a joint bank account. It sounds like you may be a candidate for getting a divorce? If you do that the Court will probably help you--especially if you have children and even more especially if you do not work...Read more »
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