Recently I was arrested for 2 grand theft charges shoplifting.I have a long past unfortunatly and been to prison multiple times.recently the courts sent me a paper saying I'm approved for early intervention for the case.does this mean if I obtain ...
The early intervention docket could mean a lighter sentence, but it is hard to tell without more information. Your past record is a problem. Contact a local experienced criminal defense lawyer to discuss your case.See question
We own a business, it is doing pretty well, can he just take more of the profits of this business so that I I may keep two of the homes? I agree on selling one if he does not want it. It will give me only 1/2 of what I need to buy him out of th...
Your husband can request a partition of the property that is located in the jurisdiction of the court. This gives the court the ability to order the sale of the property, but the court is not required to do so. There are many creative ways to craft a settlement agreement that awards property and set offs on the property. If you are unable to agree, a proposed equitable distribution schedule can be presented to the court at trial. The court has no jurisdiction over the children since they are adults according to the laws of Florida. You should consult a local experienced family law attorney. Many offer a free initial consultation.See question
The property was over 1500 dollars.
This question is tough to answer with any degree of certainty. It depends on a lot of factors, such as the facts of the case and the judge you are in front of. The maximum sentence is 5 years in prison.See question
I have a burglary unoccupied dwelling charge from 2008.
That's impossible to answer without more information. You should consult with a local experienced criminal defense attorney.See question
I have an 8 year old daughter that I have for a minimum of 4 days a week but they always change. There are times where I will have her for a solid week and a half and get a random call from her mother saying she wants her back for a day or so. How...
If you were never married to the mother, you should file a petition to establish paternity. The court will establish a parenting schedule and child support. Consult a local experienced family law attorney.See question
For compliance with mandatory disclosure in above type of case, are both parties REQUIRED to disclose pension and/or 401k information? Or are you only required to disclose pension information, during a divorce proceeding?
Both parties are required to comply with Mandatory Disclosure. It would be in your best interests to consult with a local experienced Family Law attorney.See question
I want to move out of state with my son who's an infant. His father disappeared very early on in my pregnancy. He has an abusive background. I've been planning my move since before I became pregnant. My sons father is back in the picture wanting v...
A petition for parental relocation is probably the most contested case in family law. You will need to present good reasons for the move, such as better job, family, etc. The court will also consider whether the father has been involved in the child's life and whether the Father has taken full advantage of his current visitation rights. Consult with a local experienced family law attorney. AVVO is a great site to start your search. Good luck.See question
Can a criminal who is incarcerated for a long term prison sentence, has a high maximum security level 5 go to divorce trial? Are they allowed to attend, he has a divorce attorney.
They court will allow an inmate to appear by telephone. His lawyer will probably set this up.See question
My sons father and his lawyer are demanding he have equally shared parenting meaning he get him one full week and I have him the other week. My ex has threatened to kill me, my fiancé, beat my son with a belt, and had someone stalking me. My son a...
It is difficult to predict what will happen, but you do have some valid concerns. You should discuss your case with an experienced local family law attorney ASAP.See question
My husband is currently facing enforcement of a support order that is so riddled with errors and the Courts refuse to do anything about it. The order was made based on fraudulently filed information by the former spouse which doubled his income. ...
It's probably time to hire a lawyer. The longer your husband continues to represent himself, the harder it will be for a lawyer to fix it. Consult with an experienced family law attorney ASAP.See question