She can't force him. However, if he does not visit as outlined in the visitation order, she may seek an increase in child support.
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In many cases the State Attorney does not want to drop the charges. You may be the victim, but the crime is against the people of Florida. You can attempt to contact the State Attorneys office and see if they are receptive. He will be given a bail amount. You will need to post it or hire a bail bondsman. Good Luck
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It will depend on where the two of you last lived together and how long you have lived in Florida. Good Luck
You might not get any jail time. It depends on the Judge, your probation officer and how your lawyer handles your case. Good Luck
If you used money you had prior to the marriage and the car is titled in your name alone, you have a good chance of keeping it. Your question doesn't say if you have a loan on it. However, you two may have other debts that will need to be split and if you only thing of value you own is the car, it may need to be sold. Good Luck
If you and the child have been living full time in Florida for the last six months, Florida has jurisdiction. Try legal aid or hire a private lawyer if you can come up with some money. Good Luck