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Natalie F Guerra-Valdes

Natalie Guerra-Valdes’s Answers

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  • Can I file a motion against my ex-wife for sneaking my son to Georgia and telling me it was for a vacation when it wasn't?

    I live in Florida and there was a rumor of my ex-wife moving to Georgia with my son. She never said a word to me and I told her she can't take our son out of Florida without the permission from a judge. She said I was acting irrational about a "va...

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    Your ex-wife cannot relocate with your child unless and until a Petition for Relocation is filed and granted. Since this did not happen, I strongly recommend that you retain an attorney and file a Motion for Contempt for violating the parenting plan, a Motion to Compel her to return the children, and possibly a Motion for Modification depending on the circumstances. You really need to speak to an attorney regarding your rights and the particulars of your case.

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  • In a Civil case for Complaint what ORDER GRANTING SHOWING OF GOOD CAUSE (FWOP CALN) Means?

    In a Civil case for Complaint what ORDER GRANTING SHOWING OF GOOD CAUSE (FWOP CALN) Means? ORDER GRANTING SHOWING OF GOOD CAUSE (FWOP CALN) 04/19/2013 NOTICE OF FILING AFFID OF AMOUNTS AND OWING 04/10/2013 FWOP NOTI...

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    It's impossible to give you an answer without looking at the Order and the motion that prompted the Order.

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  • In filing a response to a motion for modification, is anything needed besides the letters of response?

    There was a supplemental motion for modification of custody, child support, etc. There were attachments to the motion in the form of letters. The response to the motion really responds to the detail contained in the letters and is styled after t...

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    Your question is not clear. You need to file a Response to the Petition for Modification. You should consider retaining an attorney to help you.

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  • Does a promissory note on real estate have to be recorded?

    I am in a quiet title lawsuit on a real property. This property was financed once in 2004, refinanced in 2005, and refinanced again in 2006. The 2004 promissory note was not recorded. I don't know whether the 2005 one was recorded. The 2006 no...

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    Promissory notes are not usually recorded. They are enforceable even if they are not recorded.

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  • How much am I supossed to pay for my daughters child support. I gross $ 6000.00 a month ?

    I make $ 6,000.00 gross a month. I pay my own taxes. I have 2 daughters 15 and 13 yrs. I supported my family for the last 15 yrs. Im about to start divorce. How muy am I supposed to pay for child support for my daughters?

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    How much you pay in child support depends on both parties' income, cost of health insurance, and amount of overnights the children will spend with each party. There's simply not enough information provided to properly advise you. You should also consider other issues such as alimony and equitable distribution of property. I strongly suggest that you consult with an attorney regarding the particulars of your case. Many attorneys on here, including myself, offer free initial consultations. You may also want to consider retaining an attorney to help you with the divorce.

    Natalie Guerra-Valdes
    Valdes Law Firm PA
    (954)764-7878
    Nvaldes@valdeslawfirmpa.com
    Www.valdeslawfirmpa.com

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  • Do landlord have to 5 days after process server serve the tenant the summon to ask for a motion for default or 5 days after ROS

    Is it 5 days after the serving the summon or 5 days after the return of service was made to the clerk of court that a landlord can petition the clerk of court for a motion of default if tenant does not answer the summon.

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    Five days from the date of service.

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  • I can not afford all these fees is there anyone who can help me please save my home. Trial 9/23 at 1:30 Please god someone help

    I have been trying to modify my home for 3 years I have a trial hearing for final judgment 9/23 at 1:30pm in Broward county everyone who is offering help wants $2000 up front I don't have this please god someone help me...I need help and am so des...

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    Try contacting more lawyers by using the find a lawyer tab. You can also try legal aid and see if you qualify. Unfortunately, the hearing is only a few days away, and it is highly unlikely that legal aid will jump in with such short notice.

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  • What sort of timing might apply in this quiet title action?

    I am considering buying a home from a builder (the seller) who acquired title by foreclosing on his mechanics lien. The title is clouded by first and second mortgages. The lender on the first mortgage filed a foreclosure action 5 years ago but dis...

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    I do not recommend that you buy this property. It is not likely that title will be quieted.

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  • My question concerns investors who purchase a home at the courthouse and enter without title transfer or writ possession.

    Our home was sold at the courthouse auction. Within a week the new owner/investor group had changed our locks, entered our home and stolen most of our possessions that were there. We were in the very early stages of moving out. They took truck lo...

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    I agree with my colleagues. The third party purchaser must wait to obtain a certificate of title and writ of possession before actually taking possession of the home. Document everything and go see a lawyer asap.

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  • I am a 40 year old mother of three girls ages 16 13 and 12 ,I am considering a divorce am I eligible for child support alimony?

    I got married at the age of 20 and was a pharmacy tech for 2 years and worked a couple odd jobs,when we decided to have children at my age of 24 we also decided for me to be a stay at home mom so I now have three girls ages 16 13 and 12, I also h...

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    I agree with my colleague. Based upon the information you have provided, your marriage is a long term marriage, so you would probably receive alimony. How much you are entitled to depends on your husband's ability to pay and your need. You are also entitled to child support for your three children. I strongly recommend that you consult with a local family law attorney regarding the particulars of your case.

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