The mother is keeping my daughter away from me, and I have attempted to create a parenting plan through a law firm and she did not agree. I do not have 2500 dollars to continue the process and am missing my daughter dearly!
If paternity is established, it will be easier for you to establish timesharing, but it appears from our post that the only way you will be able to do that is to have a court of law enter an order. You need to file a case. You do not need an attorney to do so, but of course one is always recommended in these type of cases. When a man does not marry a woman and they have a kid, the woman can legally keep the kid away from pop unless/until pop gets a court order allowing him legal timesharing with his offspring. If you want an attorney, you may be able to find one charges less in attorney fees.See question
Can i sue
God bless you and your boy. I am sure he is in a better place.
I recommend that you visit at least three personal injury/medical malpractice ("med mal") attorneys or attorney firms. Those areas of the law always offer free consultations. Go to them in your area, or if the unfortunate matter occurred elsewhere, go to attorneys in that other area.See question
Ex has been in contempt for years by not paying in accordance with divorce decree. Vehichle loan has expired & ex owes lots of fees. What are my options? Divorce decree states all issues of contempt. Fearful of repossession of vehicle.
When a party has violated a court order, and especially if the violation is ongoing, the appropriate legal means to attain justice is to formulate and file a Motion for Contempt yourself or via a family law attorney in Pinellas County (or if the existing order was established in anther county, an attorney from that other county).See question
Married for 20.years . About to be divorced . Kid got me thrown in jail once already. No charges . Need evidence of his bad behavior.
Yes, anytime he goes off the deep end again just take your smart phone out and let him know he is being recorded. You may also file an Ejectment lawsuit against him, which is in Circuit Court, unlike evictions, which are in County Court. Ejectments are matters where you want someone out of your home but there is no landlord-tenant relationship (it usually involves a family member or a live-in lover with whom one just broke up). You can also hire an attorney in your area of SW FL to send him a demand letter that threatens an ejectment. That would be the "stick." I always advise that a "carrot" be included as well, such as at least a few thousand to get the ingrate out and set up in an apartment with at least the security deposit and first month's rent. He's 20. Even after 8 years of an Obama economy, he can find a job, even if he has to take one that's "beneath" him.See question
I met a guy from brazil, and I want to marry him. He lives in Brazil now. ¿What should I do?
Your question is one that you should answer yourself, but from a legal standpoint it would be right for you to check into his life and background, have a prenuptial agreement formulated and notarized by the two of you (way too many foreigners use Americans to simply gain entry into our exceptional country, by far the best one in the history of the world) and assure that he is committed to living here, not over there. Good things come to those who wait. Have him be your fiance for awhile before jumping into something you may regret.See question
I was married in 1995. We were together for over 15 years till 2010. Like the saying goes, one day he left to go to work, mind you he was an engineer mechanic for a major airlines so he was always traveling out of the country and never came back?...
You may file for divorce and at the final hearing, you will essentially just be divorced, nothing more. If indeed your spouse is where you believe him to be, it would simply be your prayers being answered if you find him. Investigators working foreign countries cost a mint. To accomplish your divorce, you need to go about it via Service by Publication (aka "constructive notice").See question
I'm still married my divorce in the US will be finalized within for five months my fiancé in Cuba wants me to marry her in March it that a problem
The law of Florida (and the civilized world) dictates that you first be granted a divorce before you wed another woman. The laws of common sense dictates that your girlfriend would want to leave the island prison (once a paradise) of Cuba, where Commie King Castro ironically died with billions in the bank.See question
This is the second school year my autistic son has had his teacher and the second year dcf has been called on me my son has potty training problems and is 7 not at all using the potty the school has doctor notes of why he is having problems with i...
God bless you and your son. Being he is autistic and the fact that he now has the same teacher he had last year, I assume there may be a shortage in your Lake County school for children like your son. Nevertheless, before getting the law involved and possibly ruining the relationship you and your son has with his teacher, I would request a sit down with the school principal to address your concerns. No need to skip a step in your attempt to attain a fair and reasonable outcome for your beloved child.See question
When I was looking through the paperwork that my ex gave me in response to my petition for dissolution of marriage I saw the numbers he wrote down on the financial affidavit were wrong. He included a copy of his pay stubs for a month. He put his n...
I agree with Attorney de Groot. Just use his pay stubs. You could point it out to him, but if the Court were to get involved, it would use his pay stubs as well, for the pay stubs would be deemed to be more reliable due to your ex-'s accidental or purposeful action. It is always best to have correct information on the financial affidavit, a document in which you swear before a notary is correct. Anything incorrect would be seen as either an immoral act on your behalf and/or sloppy work that was not completed with the care that the document demands.See question
Children were addicted to drugs and DCF provided little to no assistance and now refuse to relicense
This is America, the most sue-happy nation in the history of the world, so of course you can file a lawsuit. However, as stated by Attorney de Groot, it could take a long time and the cost could be prohibitive because you would be suing a bloated (they all are, everywhere in every state) government agency that has someone else's money (taxpayers) to use. It's always easier to spend money when it's not yours. Plus, government agencies have caps on damages, which reform-minded individuals have been trying to place on private sector suits, always stopped by the power and money assembled by the trial lawyers (i.e., the Morgan & Morgan machines).See question