Our 6 year old to fly by himself to see him. I want him to come and get him and bring him back. The move is temporary. I have hired a lawyer BUT his response to the order was just to deny the request stating he is not mature enough. We now have t...
The matter has to go to court because the parents cannot agree. Perhaps your attorney can set up a private mediation to try to come to an agreement.See question
thanks i hope you can help me
Each office designates different attorneys. You will need to call the state attorney's office at (305) 547-0100See question
I came across the Mark Foley scandal that happened a few years ago and read that the instant messages he had with a minor could not be admitted as evidence because they were older than the three year statute of limitations in Florida. I was curiou...
The age of the text is only one factor in determining the admissibility of the evidence. It must still be relevant and either not hearsay or under a hearsay exception. In addition, there are ways to fake a text or email message and make it look like it came from one user when in reality it originated from another source. Talk to a local attorney to further discuss.See question
I signed a contract for a teaching position with a charter school in Florida for the school year 2012 - 2013. This will be my third year teaching at this school. When I signed it in the presence of the principal, he took it and said he would giv...
There is no time limit per se. However, you will not be able to enforce the contract until it is time. There are exceptions to this general assertion. For example, if you are told nothing and go through the summer believing that you have the job, you would have an argument that you relied on the principal's promisse to your detriment. (Detrimental Reliance0. That alone could protect your interests. Best thought is to contact the school or the accountant and ask the question. Speculation will not get you far.See question
rumor except me i was informed of this rumor by my best friend i havent been fired and no manger has spoken to me about this but i dont want them deforming my character or slandering my name on this job what do i do
It is prudent to hire an attorney to investigate whether the state is looking into the rumor, or if it is only a rumor. It is better to address these issues BEFORE charges are filed. Remember that you have a right to remain silent if a police officer asks you about this issue.See question
also can my employer obtain my medical records(medical progress notes) from a doctors visit i had concerning a cold sore to verify if i could return to work.
Your employer has a right to be concerned about other employees, but that right has to be balanced with your right to privacy. I agree with Ms. Morcroft.See question
On March 30th, 2012 I received a DUI in the State of Florida. On April 3rd, 2012 I retained a lawyer who I felt was a good one at the time..... I signed a $2,000 retainer and paid $1,000 that day. According to the contract I was to pay $500 on 5/3...
Your attorney signed a contract with you. If you do not pay, he has the right to sue you to collect. If he did not do his job, you have a defense to payment. This becomes a civil issue at that point.See question
I have a total of 3 DUIs, 2 in Ohio and 1 in PA. The last one was in 2006. I had my license suspended for 3 years. I have completed probation, have taken 3 dui classes, and also had a breathalizer in my car for 1 year for the PA dui. I got my ...
Under the interstate compact act, Florida will be aware of your record in these states. It will be difficult to get a DL. But, you can call DMV and inquire about a hardship license. Visit our site to learn more about this kind of DL. Longwelllawyers.comSee question
i had sole custody a few years ago but got into trouble and let the girls stay with their dad. I pay child support now. The girls are 13,14 and 15
If dad is the established father, he should have parental responsibility (custody). However, if the courts were never notified, or if paternity has never been established, you should still hold that role. You should consult an attorney to investigate the matter, check the court file, and discuss your options.See question