Clearwater Family Law Attorney.
Answered 3 months ago.
Her signature is not required. You do however have to get personal jurisdiction over her by service of process
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You have to file a petition to dis-establish paternity in FL
Answered 4 months ago.
The court requires you to co-parent so to insist that you wait for him to come to your door to communicate seems unreasonable.
If there has been a significant change in circumstances since the last order then yes you can apply for more support
You as the mother are the presumed natural guardian of the child, the father has no rights until he enforces them however the police may not help you if you call them. Either way you have to file papers with the court asap.
There is no form just reduce the agreement to writing and you and the other side sign it and submit it to the court for approval.
If the child is an adult dependent person unable to function on her own then you are liable for child support for the rest of her life.
you have to comply with the writ which most likely means you have to pay money to the sheriff listed in the writ not the clerk.
They are slammed however you should contact them directly and meet with them.
The bridge the gap alimony award should be a lump sum paid over time so the court will enforce that.