If I have Shared Parental responsibility and I get a passport with the other parents consent can I get in trouble. She doesn't know can she find out?
I don't even know how you will be able to do that because the last time I checked the Passport office requires either both parents' presence or an affidavit from the other parent along with a copy of that parent's driver's license.See question
I am in a probate with my dad's estate in Florida. His house is paid for but on the deed it state for example John smith and a married person. Due to the fact that my step moms name is not listed on the deed of the house but just my dad's does she...
You state that you are in probate with the house which leads me to believe you have a lawyer. You should speak with your lawyer. If this house was your father's homestead your step-mother has a constitutional right to a life estate. She may have other rights too. You have a lot of questions, you should sit down with your lawyer to get them all answered.See question
We were supposed to sell the house however she is renting it out without my knowledge. I don't know how much she received for move in fees or rent. She has no personal money yet she has taken 2 trips from Fl. to Ca. I had to pay all bills in Jan t...
I agree with both prior attorneys, you need to hire an attorney. If the house is still in an estate or trust you are entitled to an accounting. If it's titled in both your names you can consider a partition action. In matters regarding dollars the decision to hire an attorney to pursue your rights is a pure business decision, is the money you pay the attorney worth it in comparison to what you stand to receive? Don't let your sister steal your asset.See question
my husband and I have lived in Florida for one year we are getting divorced he wants to move to PA and he wants 50/50 custody I have a great job and can't imagine not having my son with me for six months. What will happen
I agree with both prior cousel and think you should strongly consider filing for divorce here in Florida soon because you want to stay here. I also do not know how 50/50 time sharing is going to be managed when your child goes to school.See question
This is a arrearage case for which the petioner ( ex-wife) filed the request of the court. As the respondent, I filed the same identical form agreeing to the motion filed. This matter is already set for hearing before a general magistrate.
I agree with both prior attorneys. If you had a lawyer an agreed order and possibly a stipulation would be prepared. Without a lawyer you may be better off going before the general magistrate and stating you agree.See question
She has kept me away from the whole pregnancy and I have only been to 1 doctors appointment and now he is born so can I see him without the moms consent in the hospital?
I agree with Attorney Morcroft. Since you are not married to the mother, she has ALL the rights. You must file a paternity action to get rights, and with rights come responsibilities.See question
My mother died with no will. As I'm the eldest and most active in taking care of her and her estate, the HOA where her condo is bills me the dues. Florida requires a lawyer to put the estate through probate, but I cannot afford their high price. M...
I agree with Attorney Bryant. You don't tell us whether the condo has any value. Does it have a mortgage? Is there equity in the condo? If there is equity in the condo it makes cents/dollars to figure out how to convert that value to cash which includes paying for the probate and condo maintenance. It's a straightforward business decision.See question
I am age 24, moved from Florida to Alabama to attend college last summer. Was dating a guy for a few weeks in January, we broke up then I Found out I was pregnant. He does not want to pay child support and I do not want him to be involved with me ...
He is not allowed to sign away his rights. Unless an order is entered in a paternity action he has no rights. If you receive public assistance the State is going to attempt to go after him for child support. You would benefit from a consultation with a family law attorney to understand the position in which you find yourself.See question
I am confused about whether probate court or family court would decide who would have legal custody over my minor children if something happened to my spouse and I.
This a good thing to make arrangements for and it is likely to never be necessary to use. See a probate lawyer and prepare a will or trust, depending on what works best for you. You can designate who you want to care for your children in the unfortunate event something happens to you and your husband.See question
My attorney is asking for his money before anything else is done? Can I pay him from the estate account?
Ask your attorney, but the answer is generally yes, unless the money is in a restricted depository.See question