There is no law in Florida that requires a person to marry you even if you have had a long term relationship and the person promised to do so many times. If your reference to 100% relations is a reference to sexual intercourse, that does not mean that a person must marry you.
You do not need to place the funds in a specific type of bank account,. The proceeds are exempt from creditors claims but you may want to consult an attorney to help you plan for the long term protection of those funds. I have provided links to Fla. Stat. 222.18 and 440.22 for your review.
Do not file an eviction action. Since you do not have a landlord-tenant relationship with the family, a judge may dismiss an eviction action. File an unlawful detainer action. i am in Orlando and may be able to help you with this type of case. You may reach me at (407) 392-1872 or dennis @ chenlaw.net
The debt collector's attorney will probably go through the steps to get a court order for him to appear for the deposition and if he does not show up, they will issue a warrant for his arrest. He should consult a bankruptcy attorney to determine if he is a candidate for bankruptcy.
You can probably find someone that will work for the fee offered. I suspect that you will have difficulty finding a board certified attorney that will agree to that unless your injury case has huge value.
You should have been served with a copy of the petition for writ of garnishment. You would have had the opportunity to let the court know if you qualify for an exemption. You need to contact an attorney asap, or go to the courthouse and review the file. if you contact an attorney, have the case number available for them to review the court docket online.
If the you file suit against the person and they file for bankruptcy protection they may not have to answer the lawsuit. They can file a suggestion of bankruptcy in your lawsuit which will most likely stop the lawsuit until the bankruptcy is over or when you obtain relief from the bankruptcy stay. You have to ask the bankruptcy court for relief from stay before you can continue with the lawsuit.