I'm in a short term lease that ends may 31. we gave the landlord 30 days notice but they are not accepting it. They say breaking the lease early results in an additional penalty of 2 months rent, plus I believe they will most likely keep our deposit. I want to be able to break the lease and move... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. The best way to resolve this matter is to speak with your landlord and explain to him your reasons for wanting to move to your parent's house due to economic hardships because of the current quarentine under the Executive Order issued by the Governor....Read more »
Mi hermano está en la cárcel y acaba de llegar una carta del “Child Support “ de la Florida a nombre de el. Quisiera saber a qué nos estamos enfrentando ya que esa no es su residencia. Adicional, ella le tiene una orden de protección a el y está pagando el la cárcel por eso y más está... Read more »
Saludos y gracias por usar Justia. La deuda de pensión sigue aumentando durante su estadía en la cárcel. Deben radicar una moción urgente al Tribunal informando que él está en la cárcel y qué no puede pagar pensión alimenticia estando preso.
property to go to my friend. If we place the property in an LLC , with the operations agreement stating that surviving members get all shares, then can I avoid the forced heir situation? If not what vehicle does P.R. provide for this situation?
Hello and thank you for using Justia. The only way tomake aire your friend gets the property is by you creating a Testament leaving the property to your friend. You will need to have a Testament created by an Attorney in Puerto Rico and then have it sent to you for signatue. This is known as a...Read more »
My son was emancipated at 18 because he enlisted in the army, I stopped paying his part and continued to pay for my daughter’s part without failing, my son is now 21 and NYS Child support is still charging me for his part. I’ve called for petitions and they keep telling me they don’t have... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. You need to figure out where was the original Child Support obligation order issued. This is whom has the jurisdiction over the Child Support case. According to the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA) (to facilitate collecting child support across...Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. The Child Support laws in Puerto Rico are applicable upto the age of 21. There is an exemption to this rule when your Child is studying. If this is not the case, then you must petition the Court to eliminate Child Support. It is not eliminated automatically....Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. Puerto Rico does not recognize Quit Claim Deeds as an optión to transfer titleship of real estate. This is not an optión for your clients. Let me know what are your client's intentions for transfering Titleship and I will give you options.
My cousin and his ex girlfriend had their child about 3 months ago now. She has been extremely stubborn the whole pregnancy and thereafter and has not allowed him to see his child. I've seen text messages and she never responds when he asks to see his son. During this time, they were both living in... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. Yes he must file for Custody, visitation and/or any other right related to the Child where ever said child lives. If the Child lives un Florida then the request needs to be made in Florida. Your cousin needs to contact the Florida Bar Association for...Read more »
Previous marriage. Together the only had one child which is me. My father is try to sell the house in Puerto Rico my mother didn’t not leave a will. Can her other kids receive money from the sell or no
In a simple explanation. When your mother passed away half of the estate passes to you father and the other half is divided between you and your relatives. In a more technical one, the estate gets divided in half first as we first explained and then it will get evaluated an...Read more »
The jurisdiction belongs to exclusively New Jersey, but If the father lives in Puerto Rico you can enforce the order through the interstate child enforcement services agency. They have liaisons with the local child enforcement services agency and will assist you on your case....Read more »
As a parent you can request documents and credentials of your dependents. If they're of legal age they can request the documents themselves. If the mother prevents you from exercising your parental rights, you can file in court to validate those rights and have visitation rights...Read more »
Adverse possession (not squatting) in regards to real estate, as I understand it, is when someone has taken over part of your property and is actively using it with your knowledge and you, the legal owner of said property has done nothing to remove the person from your property. After a set amount... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. This does form part of squatter's rights known as "Usucapion". In order to become the new owner, the party that is using your property must do it in a peacefull manner, act as if he is the owner infront of the públics eye, do acts of ownership and in your case...Read more »
NCP deployed overseas, ex wife filed for child support in PR saying he wasn’t paying any money. He has proof that he was sending money to his youngest son, the other two he wasn’t sending money because prior to a case being opened in PR they had child support agreements in Philadelphia. The... Read more »
You will have to request a review of the case and hearings to present the evidence that can prove that there were child support cases in other jurisdictions, present copy of the deployment orders and that one of the dependents was living with dad a long with any other evidence...Read more »
My neighbors need part of my land and I need part of theirs. Since both areas are on the same property line it would be logical to just do a lot line adjustment. How do I get the process started? Is it possible in Puerto Rico?
Hello and thank you for using Justia. We have a different legal process as a remedy available. You will need to hire an Attorney, do a new plot plan study, get a Property Surveyor to remeasure the property and then prepare a public deed with the new measurements un the Registry of Property...Read more »
I read that many states do deviate from guidelines when NCP has other children to care for or other support orders (for children not on case). Does ASUME deviate or consider the other children as an expense or credit?
I adopted my husband's adult son (born in Puerto Rico) in North Carolina. The court sent a report to vital records in Puerto Rico to have his birth certificate updated with his new last name. We are being told that Puerto Rico won't recognize the adoption without us appearing in court there and... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. In order to changed any information on a certificate registered in the Department of Demografic Registry (Office of Vital Récords) a Court Order is required. The Court must issue a ruling authorizing the change of information stated in the certificate. In...Read more »
Hello my wife's mother, aunt and uncle all inherited a house from there father when he passed away in mid 1994, this is all documented through the courts in Puerto Rico. My mother in law was living in the house but is not living in a nursing facility. the three siblings want nothing to do with the... Read more »
The house was damage by the hurricane Maria he wants me to handle the property and fix the damage but to make it easier to put the house under my name but I need help I live in Philadelphia PA I have the papers of the house
Hello and thank you for using Justia. This all depends on the age of your Father and how many children he has. This is done to protect the future Inheritance of his children. I would suggest that you begin repairs with the house and then decide if your Father should donate or sell said property to...Read more »
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