but are foreclosure the cases Bank initiated receive a different "treatment" that the ones initiated by a private lender, or just is my perception?
Good afternoon. No it is just your perception.See question
My husband has a child support order in Florida. He has 2 who have aged out he still pays for due to an agreement in his divorce. Well the youngest is 16 and dropped out of high school. Is he eligible to end his order?
I agree with my colleague. There are instances where the payor agrees to pay for a child beyond the age of majority. If that is the case, then your Husband must keep paying for those children. Unless the 16 year old goes to court and becomes legally emancipated (as opposed to statutorially emancipated), the child support will continue until he reaches 18. If your Husband has had a financial change in circumstances for the worse, or the drop out of the younger child means that certain expenses related to school have dropped off, he may have a basis to modify what he pays downward.See question
What do I do....I own 2 houses and sold one...the bank gave the title company wrong house information and I now have a letter of mortgage satisfaction on the wrong house.
Good morning. I would recommend you to contact the title company and the lender immediately to let them know about the error and demand that they correct it right away; if they don't act quickly then I would recommend that you retain a real estate attorney for help. Good luck.See question
what is the requirements for get a restraining order to stop a foreclosure case
Good morning there is no restraining order to stop a foreclosure case. Please contact an attorney so you can discuss what you are trying to accomplish so that someone can assist you and review your documents.See question
I am in default on payments to my HOA. I asked for a payment plan on Monday and made a payment on Tuesday. The lawyers told me a payoff letter with a payment plan was being prepared. Yesterday I got served with a court summons for foreclosure, upo...
The general information you can be provided at this point is that you have 20 days to respond and since the HOA through the foreclosure can force the sale of your home, I would recommend to contact the HOA attorney immediately to determine if they will work out with you to make payments through a written agreement if you want to do it on your own. Per statute the HOA is allowed to apply the payments first to its attorney's fees and costs, then late charges and last the assessment that you owe so don't be surprised in the payoff letter has an amount much higher than what you expected. If you can afford to retain an attorney, I would recommend that as well if you cannot resolve with the HOA before the 20 day deadline to respond.See question
My child has been living with me in another state for over 6 months, the Judge awarded me emergency custody of the child. It's now past 6 months and I am not moving back to Florida nor do I anticipate the child going back there. How can I get the ...
You are not clear about what court awarded you the emergency custody. If it was Broward, you probably need to domesticate the Florida ruling wherever you are now and ask the Court to take jurisdiction over the matter.See question
My mother died and I'm her only living child. She had a mortgage with BOA, and I continued to pay it while still residing there after her demise. One day while making a payment over the phone, I was questioned as to identify myself and advise to...
I am sorry to hear the outcome. Unfortunately the answer to your question as you already experienced the outcome is no the mortgage does not automatically go into probate court. You as the only child and heir needed to file a petition in probate court to get an order from the judge allowing you handle the property and discuss with the lender.See question
The ex-wife has primary. We have a parenting plan in place which states when they'll be with me or her. The kids are 16y.o., 14y.o., and 9y.o. As the father (who is up to date on Child Support), can I say "you will come spend time with me?"
The answer is that you can seek enforcement of your time sharing order. If there is a problem (whether your own relationship with the children or alienation by the other parent), the better tactic might be to seek some counseling with the child (or children) who do not want to see you. Counseling can be court ordered when problems like this occur and there is lack of cooperation between parents. Forcing the relationship only addresses a symptom and not the underlying problem that is creating the resistance. Showing a child that is expressing difficulty with the relationship that you respect the validity of their feelings will probably go a long way towards repairing whatever is wrong.See question
I live in FL I have a child support order through the Florida department of revenue. I filed a claim today for my children to receive part of their father's ssdi. Can I still file for support which is owed?
The child is entitled to a separate disability payment on behalf of a parent who receives disability. That payment works as a credit against the disabled parent's child support obligation. Yes, you can file for support. The child's payments from Social Security, which were appropriate to claim, will work to lower the support obligation.See question
he hasn't made any contact with me at all since 2013 and my child support payments has stopped
If you know his Social Security number, before you hire a detective, run his name and Social Security number in the free Social Security Death Index.See question