A grandmother can always petition the court for custody or visitation rights of a grandchild, as an “interested party”. If your son was killed on the premises that lacked security, then you could bring a lawsuit as a guardian ad litem for the child to sue for the wrongful death of his father.
If no court was involved, the "notarized paper" you signed probably only gives the so-called guardian the right to take care of the child as long as you agree. It would be revokable, in other words. If that is the case, you could resume physical custody whenever you want.
You do not need to do anything formal to revoke Temporary Custody granted under Chapter 751 of the Florida Code if it was "concurrent". You can simply make a request in writing. If it was "not concurrent", you must file a Motion to Reopen the Case in order for the court to...Read more »
Child support agreement.The mother lawyers are being rude, won't answer any questions due to the missing of one payment the price is ridiculous so I am wanting to ask if i we can continue the case with out the lawyer they have already because they put into withdraw. Would the mother be able to... Read more »
No person is required to have a lawyer to pursue a divorce case. The question that you have asked is very broad. My recommendation is to speak with a local family lawyer for more specific advice. Look for someone with a free consultation.
My husband and I agreed to separate. We are still married. I took what few personal belongings I could, and he agreed that I could come back for the rest of my belongings when I was able to get a moving truck. This was supposed to be immediate, but every time I was able to come get it, he'd... Read more »
It sounds like you need to go to court. You say that the two of you have agreed to divorce. You are going to need to file a divorce with the court. At that point you can ask the court for help with getting your personal items returned. Your other non-court option would be to contact the police and...Read more »
Recently found out he stopped paying on it several years ago and that repo was looking for it then. My question is what shall I do about this situation. I did contact finance company when I found out and the person was not very informative but casually said someone will come get it next week. That... Read more »
You have raised two separate legal issues. Regarding the divorce agreement, you can return to family court and pursue your ex for the value of the car that was never paid off. Regarding the repo, that is an issue between the finance company and whoever's name is on the finance documents. If...Read more »
Life insurance is a contract with the life insurance company. From the divorce case you need to read your final order or agreement carefully to see what the requirements were. If the spouse has already passed away then the life insurance company will do whatever the contract said. Beneficiaries...Read more »
My husband served me with divorce papers last Monday. He lives in Washington State and i have moved here in Florida a week and a half ago. I just received a text message informing me that a restraining order will be heard against me via Zoom tomorrow.
You would have to look at the rules from the other state. In Florida, personal service is required, meaning a person hands you the papers. You may want to consult with a Washington attorney about this issue.
Yes. When adding father's name to the child's birth certificate, both parents must consent. If the mother does not consent, you can file a petition to establish paternity. It will be granted after providing genetic samples proving you are the biological father of the child. The court will...Read more »
He currently gets them every other weekend. He has been staying at a house that his girlfriend is renovating for an investor, which is over an hour away from their school and activities. The house is under construction, and there is only one bedroom where 4 teenagers (my 2 kids and his... Read more »
It is always appropriate to put the safety and wellbeing of the children first. However, you should also file something with the court explaining your concerns as to why you are preventing the timesharing. Speak with a local family lawyer for more specific advice.
Based on Florida law you cannot accomplish this without the cooperation of the man that she was married to at the time of birth. However, since none of you lives in Florida the court here will not have jurisdiction (the ability to decide your case). You may not be able to do anything before you...Read more »
Initial decree had father/non-custodial, 4 years later father got court order custody. Child left back with non-custodial parent/mother (never changed court order), child left at 19, now is 21 demanding continuation of child support to the custodial parent/father.
You need to carefully read the original order and what it says about termination. In Florida child support ends at 18 or high school graduation. If your order is from another state it may extend child support to 21. Speak with a local family lawyer for more specific advice.
When DCF came to me out of nowhere and asked if I can take him cause the family that has him cant handle him. I have the adoption papers as well. I haven't seen my son since he was 1yrs old. I could've had my son this entire time.
Living in Florida. I have a child that is not my ex husband's, but the child has his name by default ( as he did not physically sign the birth certificate) been divorced since the child's birth...and we've been out of communication ever since. Fast foward 10yrs, my now husband wants... Read more »
We were never married and she just moved out last month. She wont set a mediation or court date and its been over a year and im stuck in limbo. They say I can't do anything because she was the petitioner. Can I just have her plan thrown out and started over with a new petition by me or what... Read more »
Child support is based specifically on each parent's income. Unless paying off the loan will increase your income (the amount of money you earn, not spend) then there will be no change. Speak with a local family lawyer for more specific advice.
You will need to repost your question with some more facts, such as whether there is a lease, what does "technically still hers" mean and 1100 what?. You will also need to repost this to a category for Texas. The laws vary from state to state.
My ex husbands lawyer chose the mediator with out asking if I agreed. I was unhappy with the decision. This same mediator had previously not conducted mediation appropriately. He was giving me bias awnsers such as "Well Judge --- won't go for that. He never does." I than spoke with... Read more »
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