I have a condo in Florida but the roomate who was living with me does not want to leave the premises and does not want to paid me anything.She said only the bank can get her out. Can I send her an eviction letter since I am stilling showing as the...
Even while the foreclosure process is going on, you are still the owner. Until the foreclosure process is complete, it is still your condo and you can begin eviction proceedings. If there is a lease, non payment of rent would be a violation of that lease.
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I have a tenant who has been incarcerated and will remain so for several months , he was behind on rent two months prior to being arrested , how do I go about getting him and his belongings removed while he is in jail?
You would evict the tenant the same way you would someone who is not incarcerated.
If you are familiar with the process then you should file your petition and make sure you serve him in jail.
If you are not familiar with the process, you should contact an attorney in your area to help you with the process. There are many qualified attorneys on Avvo.
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As a county employee, I pay for this plan which covers the first 10 hours followed by a $70 per hour rate (on retainer) for the attorney. I am a male that needs aggressive, efficient, and effective representation. Thank you, kindly.
If you are looking for an attorney in the ARAG plan, I would suggest you look at your participating list of attorneys that practice Family Law, then check to see if the attorney participates in Avvo.
I am not part of the Arag Plan but if you would like to contact my office to discuss your case, please feel free to call (954) 867-6518.
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What do I need to know regarding pro-rata shares for child care & medical in Florida? Also how do they figure the amount of Child Support that is paid. In NY for one child it is 17% for Child Support plus the pro-rata share for medical & childca...
I agree with Ms. Moncroft. Each state has different guidelines for the initial set up for support. If you already have an order from NY, FL will honor the NY order pursuant to Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act.
As far finding a good lawyer in Collier County, there are many on Avvo. Search for family attorneys in the area you are moving to, look through the websites and call a few. Find the one that works best for you.
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I had a temporary (4 months) timeshare and child support agreemnt during a mediation. During this time, my ex did not have a job. Recently she has gotten a job with a good salary. I am trying to fight for 50/50 timeshare custody and a modificat...
It sounds like you already have a current court case in the system. I a little confused. You said you did a temporary timesharing and support agreement at mediation. Usually, if you enter into a settlement agreement at mediation, that is sent to the judge and made part of a final judgement.
It sounds like you would ask the court to change the terms of the agreement you previously entered into. If that's the case, then yes, you can file a motion with the court asking to make changes.
My office handles modifications for support and timesharing. Feel free to call my office at (954) 867-6518 for further assistance.See question
I currently take care of my kids needs, all school needs, and health needs, etc... If I file a parenting plan will the judge enforce a court order child support plan?
I agree with the previous attorneys responses. You should speak with an attorney to make sure you understand the process.See question
My dad is going to be released on parole next month from a correctional center in Illinois. I applied for out state parole between Illinois and Florida, I live in Florida and I want him to stay with me..... Florida denied the request! They said ...
Have you tried calling the police department that arrested your father to obtain the report? I'm not sure how IL works but in FL, you can get a copy of the police report directly from the arresting agency. The other option would be the clerk of court in the county which your father was sentenced. You could try contacting them to see what procedures you must follow to get a copy of his criminal file from his case, specifically the police report. Hope this helps. Good Luck!See question
I was arrested for a worthless check for less than $150 in the State of Florida. This was my first arrest although I have been to the check diversion program 3 times previously. I have paid back the amount of check plus the fees involved and the ...
There is a lot going with the facts of your case which are separate from the arrest incident. You would need an attorney to navigate your case.See question
We ask them to leave, but they didn’t want, we placed an eviction process, but they challenged; the court send us a conciliation which says that the reunion will be in 60 days and so on, and if the mediation does not turn in a settlement there wil...
If I understand correctly, you file an eviction petition and your tenant filed an answer. The Court ordered that both parties go to mediation to resolve the case. You are concerned that the mediation is set too far out, 60 days? And basically you want to know if there is anything you can do to speed up the process? I handle these types of cases and mediation is generally not set that far out. That would defeat the purpose of the eviction process. It sounds like you need to obtain an attorney to help you navigate the process. As I stated our office handles eviction cases and so do many attorneys on Avvo.See question
During an arguement, my ex wife threatened to tape a package of illegal drugs to the underside of my car and call the police with an anonynous tip. What could anything happen to me if she did this? Assume theres no other evidence about where the...
I agree with Attorney Damore. You have no way of knowing if your wife will follow through with this threat so you want to protect yourself and document the incident. There's the old adage which comes to mind...possession is 9/10ths of the law. It usually refers to property matters but it works in this case. Basically, your car + you in it = your drugs.See question