Clearwater Family Law Attorney.
Answered 5 months ago.
file a motion for sanctions with the family court judge. You can also sue for abuse of process and filing a false report.
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Answered 6 months ago.
You have to contact the State Attorney Office to request that charges be dropped
He will be charged with multiple felonies. It is up to the State Attorney to charge him, not you
Answered 11 months ago.
You have to file a motion for continuance, don't just show up at the hearing and assume one will be granted. Contact my office for free consultation 727-446-7659
Answered about 1 year ago.
I cannot predict how long he will be in jail but it is not forever, you need to retain counsel in the family law case. Contact my office for free consultation.
You can set a case management and make a motion for a scheduling order to sort out the manner and time line in which depositions will be taken, mediation, etc.
Answered over 1 year ago.
yes they can do that (unfortunately)
read your paperwork if ambiguous then a weekend is generally considered to be Friday to Sunday
Hillsborough requires a hearing. If you are in a foreign country you can appear by telephone or skype.