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Christopher Sprysenski

Altamonte Springs Litigation Lawyer.

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  1. Do you think the bank will settle fast?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Margery Ellen Golant
    2. Christopher Sprysenski
    3. Keith Adam Halpern
    4. Richard Scot Shuster
    5. Robert Jason De Groot
    5 lawyer answers

    Your question includes some general references to "illegal" transactions, which you really should sit down with an attorney to review. In our present economy, and with the recent developments in foreclosure cases in Florida over the past few years, a skilled attorney who practices in the areas of foreclosure should be able to assist you. From a practical perspective, settlements don't happen quickly if you want the case to be handled properly. An attorney should perform a good amount of...

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  2. Separating after 15 years what can I expect?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Richard James Mockler III
    2. Christopher Sprysenski
    3. Joanna Marie Mitchell
    4. Gwen Cryer
    4 lawyer answers

    Florida's alimony laws are about to face some dramatic changes. However, even with these changes, there is no way an attorney can provide you with a specific amount you should expect. Alimony awards are based upon statutory factors which are factually intensive. Under the current law, your length of marriage is considered a moderate term marriage, and as such, there is not a presumption for or against alimony at all. You should contact a qualified family law attorney to review with you the...

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  3. IF my husband makes more than I do, if it possible to get him to pay alimony (even if temp) and for my divorce attorney.

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Robert Jason De Groot
    2. Brent Allan Rose
    3. Christopher Sprysenski
    4. Melvin Wayne Cockrell III
    4 lawyer answers

    Both temporary attorney fees and temporary support are determined by a court by looking at two things: a spouse's need for support or fees, and the ability of the other spouse to pay. The amount of support you might be able to receive will be based on your lifestyle at the time of your separation. There are simply not enough facts in your questions to advise you what a court may do, one way or the other. You should schedule an appointment with an experienced family law attorney who can...

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  4. Can Plaintiff amend the complaint to change its name?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. David Harris Rosenberg
    2. Margery Ellen Golant
    3. Christopher Sprysenski
    3 lawyer answers

    Substitution of parties is governed by Fla. R. Civ. P. 1.260, which lays out the criteria for allowing a party to be substituted in a case. Genenrally, susbtitituiton is allowed if there has been a death of a party, a party has become incompetent, or if there has been a transfer in interest of the subject of the litigation from one party to another. The rule specifically states that for a transfer of interest, a substitution is made by motion. You should seek counsel of an attorney who can...

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  5. Do I need a collections attorney?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Christopher Sprysenski
    2. Dave Bahr
    2 lawyer answers

    In order to enforce your judgment, you can serve upon the former tenants what is referred to as discovery in aide of execution. This allows you to find out what assets they hold which you may be able to garnish or place liens upon under your judgment. Most attorneys have services that, if you have former addresses or other information regarding your former tenants, can locate their current location. You need to schedule an appointment with an experienced collections attorney who can review...

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  6. Can I decide to take HOA's arrangement of payment at the hearing for final summary judgement?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Margery Ellen Golant
    2. Keith Adam Halpern
    3. Christopher Sprysenski
    3 lawyer answers

    Your question raises some procedural history issues that you need to discuss with an attorney. For example, was a judgment entered against you as a result of a Motion for Summary Judgment, or has a hearing been held at all on the Motion for Summary Judgment? Resolving your issue prior to a judgment being entered against you, and raising the appropriate defenses to a Motion for Summary Judgment, is a critical step in any foreclosure litigation, or else you may face losing your right to raise...

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  7. One mortgage recorded twice

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Michael S ('Mike') Hagen
    2. Margery Ellen Golant
    3. Christopher Sprysenski
    3 lawyer answers

    When you receive a certificate of title from a foreclosure sale, you take the property subject to any mortgages held by "senior" lien holders that may be recorded in the public records. The existence of two mortgages, although identical, is something an experienced attorney should review for you, and determine whether you will be taking the property subject to any other encumbrances. As an aside, under Florida law, where a certificate of title exists, it is not conclusive proof of ownership,...

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  8. If the HOA is moving for foreclosure and never served the mortgage company with the complaint, can that case be dismissed?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Jeff Tomberg
    2. Margery Ellen Golant
    3. Barbara Billiot Stage
    4. Christopher Sprysenski
    4 lawyer answers

    Presumedly, the homeowner's association is a "junior" lien holder, in that their lien was recorded after the mortgage on the home. Florida law states that a "senior" lien holder is not a proper party to a junior lien holder's action. As such, the homeowner's association need not name the mortgage company in its lawsuit for foreclosure, and may proceed with the foreclosure action. As to the second part of your question, you would need to see an attorney to review the documents that were...

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  9. I agreed to pay my ex wife Permanent Alimony in Florida, and we were only married 3 years, can I get it removed?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Lisa Marie Smith
    2. Jordan Gerber
    3. Christopher Sprysenski
    3 lawyer answers

    Typically, family law courts will respect the parties' decision to enter into agreements such as the marital settlement agreement that you have stated you entered into, and will rarely disturb these agreements without specific, factual findings of duress or fraud. Both of these concepts are factually intensive. You should schedule a consultation with a qualified, family law attorney to determine whether your particular set of facts may potentially provide a basis for a modification action....

  10. Is there anyway I can get sole custody

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Andrew G. Storie
    2. Robert Jason De Groot
    3. Christopher Sprysenski
    3 lawyer answers

    In order to properly answer your question, you should speak with an experienced family law attorney, and "fill in the gaps" that exist in your question. Specifically, do you have an Order from a court that is awarding the support payments he was making? If so, was it entered as a part of dissolution of marriage proceedings, or a proceeding specifically for child support? Was there a parenting plan that was created along with the award of child support, and if so, what does the parenting plan...

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