Due to some communication breakdown between myself, my Property Management Company, HOA, and HOA's CAM. I thought they were billing my PMC and the CAM was sending the statements to an old address to which forwarding had expired. The HOA fees ( <...
It is not clear that you paid all that is due. If the non-payment was due to your error, unfortunately a court could find you responsible for attorneys' fess, court costs, etc. that increase the amount due. Whether or not you could "win" the attorney's fee issue requires more facts than you have stated.See question
My bf got put on child support for two kids from his ex but the mother has told him before the kids aren't his and there somebody else's And that other man is in the Childs life. But my bf signed the birth certificate. He went to try and get a Dna...
Yes. I handled a similar case in the past. Your BF needs to file a Petition to Disestablish Paternity. Once that Petition is filed a DNA test is routine. However, be advised that in order to win, he has to be current on all child support due even if he is not the biological father.See question
The mother hasn't had any over nights with them in 2 months. Has only seen them 5 days in those 2 months, for less than 2 hours. I'm still paying her child support. She's admitted to me via email she can no longer take care of or house our childre...
I agree with the attorney who stated that it is hard to understand what you are trying to do. In order to properly answer your question, any lawyer needs to know the history of the case and all court orders that have been entered. That is the starting point and you go forward from there. You should hire a lawyer.See question
My husband and I have been sending gifts to his 'opp' son, who happens to be with a woman who is a hostile aggressive parent. She has thrown out and damaged countless gifts. I am just curious if this is legal. There is no order stating we can't se...
If you want some control and reason, your husband needs to file a paternity suit and then the Court will make a parenting plan. If he is not already paying child support, that will also be an issue as well. You need to seek the advice of a Family Lawyer.See question
I got a stranger pregnant. Thats about all I know about my situation as of now.
If you got a woman pregnant, you are potentially liable for child support. She can bring a paternity suit against you or if she gets public benefits, the Department of Revenue can also sue you for child support.See question
Mr and my boyfriend live together in his house he went and filed an injunction without my knowledge they served me
If this is an injunction against domestic violence, you need to go to the hearing. If one is entered against you it can affect job applications, etc. You may wish to consider hiring a lawyer.See question
The mother, who is my biological daughter, wants to give up parental rights. One father is in prison for 18 years. The other fathers are willing to give up there parental rights. I have permanent guardianship, but now I want to adopt the kids. The...
I agree with the answers provided by my colleagues. You should retain a family law attorney in Gainesville.See question
I hired a real estate Attorney to draw up a contract to purchase a home. I paid him $950.00. The contract was refused by the seller period. the Attorney spent 1 hour drawing up the contract & speaking with me. I have tried to recoup some of the m...
From what you have stated, you paid the attorney to draft a contract and the attorney did. The seller did not agree to sign it. I would assume that you told the attorney what to put in the contract as far as the major terms such as price. The attorney cannot control whether the seller will agree to the contract. If you hired the attorney just to draft it, then the work is complete. Negotiations following may not have been included in your fee agreement, which hopefully is in writing.See question
I'm renting a room month to month not on a lease. I have two other roommates. One of the roommates is the leaseholder. She has decided to take a job in Atlanta Georgia. The rest of the roommates are now stuck, either find another place to go or t...
If your name is not on the lease and you do not want to pay the full amount of the rent, I think moving out and finding a new place is your best bet. What she did is wrong to you and your roommate but if there is a way out other than going to court, usually court should be avoided.
Lawrence J. Marraffino
Florida Bar Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer
If I can prove that my apartment complex management installed hidden cameras all over my apartment and everyone watched me nude?
How much is a question that cannot be answered, but the amount could be significant. If indeed you can prove the hidden cameras were in your apartment complex, the company as well as the person who did it could be held responsible. You should call an experienced civil litigation attorney as soon as possible.
Lawrence J. Marraffino
Gainesville Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer
Martindale Hubbell AV Superb Rating