we broken up and I have asked her for the ring back and she said no I live in fl.
It depends on the circumstances of the breakup in terms of who ended the engagement or was the engagement terminated by mutual consent?See question
Me and my husband been married for a year he cheated on me i moved out and want a divorce.
The cheapest and quickest way to get divorced is to have an agreement on all the issues prior to filing your petition for dissolution. You can execute an agreement and certain other forms that are required to be filed in a dissolution of marriage action prior to filing and then file and set the cause for a final hearing. It would be best to have an attorney at least review your documents prior to filing. All the best.See question
My boyfriend and I aren't married but have a child together. Last night he came to my mother's house while she was watching him and attacked her and took our son. The police said that legally he has every right to his son, but he's violent and dan...
I agree with the previous response. If no paternity was ever commenced and there is no order on any time-sharing, then by default, you are presumed to have all of the time-sharing and sole parental responsibility. The father has no rights until he commences an action for paternity. If the father refuses to hand over the child to you, you should consider filing an Emergency Verified Motion for Child Pick-Up Order right away. All the best.See question
Broken engagement...who gets the ring?
Typically, when the engagement is terminated by the donee (the person who received the ring) or by mutual consent of the parties, the donor (you) may recover the ring.See question
I have a freeloader in my house and I already gave her a notice to vacate. The time is approaching for her to vacate and she isn't making any effort to leave. I want to know what will be the next step because I know she has the tendency to get vio...
If she does not vacate by your deadline, you should consider pursuing an action for unlawful detainer pursuant to Chapter 82 of the Florida Statutes (which is analogous to an eviction action under Chapter 83). An unlawful detainer action would be proper to remove someone who is not a tenant/someone who never paid you any monies for staying at your house. If she was just your guest, then provided you have clearly revoked your consent for her to remain at your house as a guest past a certain date, you should move forward with an unlawful detainer action. It would serve your interests to consult with an attorney to ensure that your set of facts do allow you to pursue an unlawful detainer action rather than an eviction action. All the best.See question
I'm a father My ex girlfriend want to move out of state with my daughter. And I don't want my ex girlfriend to move out of state with my daughter
Until an action for paternity is filed, your ex girlfriend has all the rights to and all the decision-making authority over the child. This means that she can move without notice and permission from you. It would truly serve your interests to consult with an attorney on commencing a paternity action right away so that a parenting plan with time-sharing schedule is established along with the child support (unless support was already established by DOR) and other rights and responsibilities are determined. You should act fast to ensure that Florida still has jurisdiction to adjudicate this matter. All the best.See question
I am a never married father to a five year old child in Florida. I was present at the child's birth and was listed on the Florida Birth Record. Although I didn't live with the child's mother after age 2, I have been in constant contact and have as...
Pursuant to Section 61.30(17), "the court has discretion to award child support retroactive to the date when the parents did not reside together in the same household with the child, not to exceed a period of 24 months preceding the filing of the petition, regardless of whether that date precedes the filing of the petition." You really should consult with an attorney on moving forward with a paternity action to ensure that your interests are truly protected as to parenting plan/time-sharing issues and child support issues. All the best.See question
My boyfriend and I are considering getting married. He is currently unemployed and attending college. He has two children of his own. If we were to get married, is there any circumstance where my income would be used to calculate child support for...
No. Your income would not count as only the income of the parents of the children is considered. All the best.See question
My former husband wants to travel from Hillsborough county, Tampa, where I live with the children across the state to the Orlando/Daytona area. I know if I want to move more than 50 miles he can object and we would have to go to court to make the ...
I agree with the previous response. You should refer to your final judgment and/or parenting plan on whether it contains certain parameters / conditions for in-state travel and such. Usually there is language regarding out-of-state travel and international travel but not in-state travel. All the best.See question
Was oredered to pay child support but mother of my son wont let me see him. There was also false information given to courts about her working.
I agree with the previous response. In order for you to obtain time-sharing rights to your son, you would need to pursue a paternity action. As part of this paternity action, a parenting plan with time-sharing schedule would be established, which is likely to have an impact on your current child support obligation. All the best.See question