My husband took a "deal" in a misdemeanor battery after it was reduced to a felony. He only had to take classes and stay away. He has filed for custody although he has only had 8 supervised visitations n over a year. The judge says that they will ...
I think you may be thinking of 61.13(3)(m)
I live in Atlanta, Geogia. My husband has served me with divorce papers. How can I counter petition And file papers with the cout in Hillborough county, Florida from out of state including future filings like subpoenas and motions if possible?
Did you previously live in Florida with your husband or have other connections to Florida?See question
My husband and I separated about a year ago. We have not filed any paperwork with the courts for divorce or custody yet. He and his girlfriend recently took my children out of state, and is denying me contact of any sort with them. Will it benefit...
I would suggest that you contact a family law attorney as soon as possible. There are numerous issues regarding the children being moved out of the state. A good family law attorney will have resources to find your husband have him served. I definitely would not suggest trying to do this yourself.See question
My brother has been married for 10 years separated from his wife for 6. They have no children together. And hes been incarcerated for the last 2 years. Hes wanting to know if he can get divorced they have no shared assets because he has nothing. I...
If there are no assets or liabilities to deal with, then an uncontested divorce miht be appropriate. If she won't agree to that, the court can either permit telephonic attendance at mediation, or even waive the mediation requirement completely.See question
Separated for 8 yrs or so. I haven't lived in Georgia since.
If you are a resident of Florida for 6 months, Florida has jurisdiction to enter a divorce. No financial issues could be decided by the court unless your spouse has sufficient contacts with Florida, or if they agree to it. But if there are no children or property and it is truly uncontested, then yes, Florida can grant the divorce.See question
Married almost 43 years...have not been sexually intimate almost 18 years.have lived in different states permanently for almost 3 years. We have no property or minor children. And no debts together. We are not asking anything from each other and ...
If it all agreed, it is a relatively simple process. There are forms available from the Florida Supreme Court's website, or you can obtain them from the Clerk's office. If you would rather have an attorney handle it for you, they can guide you through the process. As long as it is not filed as a "simplified" dissolution (a special type of uncontested filing), his your spouse's attendance would not be necessary at the final hearing.See question
I haven't seen my little girl in seven years . I can't afford a lawyer a at once . I just want to have a relationship with my daughter before it's too late and no one wants to help with out a bunch of money. I don't mind paying I just can't affor...
You can check with Bay Area Legal Services to see if they can help.See question
I want to divorce my husband but he has taken me off of all our bank accounts and is slowly trying to leave me with no resources to do so on my own. Can I file for divorce and have him have to pay for it from the account?
Unfortunately, this is not necessarily are uncommon thing. A good experienced attorney can apply to the court not only for attorney's fees, but also to either freeze some of the funds or have it paid over to youSee question
My ex-wife won our home in a divorce a few years ago. She was suppose to refinance it with in six months. She has not and she is always late by a few months paying on it. It is still in my name. What can I do?
In addition to the enforcement methods mentioned, you can request that the property be sold through a partition action.See question
I live in panama city where the marriage was took place and minority of marriage was in panama city the wife moved to west palm and filed down there
The proper county for the divorce is the county in which BOTH of you lived together with the intention to remain married. If the two of you never lived in West Palm together, then you should file a motion to have the venue should be transferred to the correct county. If you fail to timely object, you can be deemed to have waived your objection. Get a lawyer.See question