had a pretrial conference on 05/11/2017 for modification of child support I the petitioner filed the pretrial paper work 5/08/2017 the lawyer for the respondent filed a motion to dismiss and strike pretrial base on I was gainfully employed and ful...
Yes, you can file a motion for sanctions based upon failure to comply with the pretrial order and ask for any relief that the order states may be granted as a result of failure to comply. You may also file a response to any motion filed against you. If false claims have been made about your employment, be sure to attach documentation that refutes the claims. Good luck to you.See question
We have a parenting plan already in place, however, he is required to not have our son in the company of non blood relatives for longer than 6 hours. This provision put in place because his household has members of the sex work trade, and I do not...
Without a pending motion in place regarding enforcement of the requirement in question, you have no ability to subpoena those documents, as your case is closed.See question
I bought a house in 2006, they filed for foreclosure in 2010. I did not contest. The final judgment was on July 2013 to be sold at auction July 31,2013. Then I guess for some reason it did not happen. June 2014 they reopened case and voluntary dis...
Your scenario needs to be reviewed by an attorney; I don't know why you attended a consultation and were not able to get an answer to your question, but without reviewing the loan documents and docket on your specific case it is hard to assist. I encourage you to discuss with an attorney.See question
Greetings, I Have an disabled adult child when he turned 18 his father had the case closed ,However I found out that he is still entitled to child support because of he disability can this case be reopen?
No. At this point, the adult child must bring the claim in a separate lawsuit. It can only be brought in the dissolution or paternity matter when timely addressed during the child's minority.See question
When the mother and father and sent a date to go fill out the finances do they request proof of daycare cost ?
No, the court will not ask for proof unless the other side is asking for proof, in which case, the court can compel you to produce the documentation.See question
I need a lawyer in orlando florida that can do my modification paperwork in chicago Illinois cases
My colleague is correct. You need a lawyer licensed to practice in the state where the litigation is pending. A lawyer in Illinois should be able to help you with this long distance. You may have to appear for a deposition and a trial, but other than that, most things can be done via mail, email, and fax. Good luck to you.See question
My husband was abusing me and I left the state for my own safety. He has been arrested twice for domestic violence and is currently in the county jail. I know that I have to live in Mass. for a year to be considered a legal resident so the divorce...
You can hire counsel in Florida and have them file on your behalf. You would only need to attend the final hearing if there are no issues regarding property or support. I am assuming there are no children, as you have not mentioned any, but that would definitely complicate matters.See question
I have custody but dad doesn't want me to take him. Can I give him the kid and ask for visitation? what happens if he doesn't want him? I really want to take him with me but I have no job here and im being offered a job in another state.
You have possible grounds for a Petition for Relocation. Many firms, such as ours, offer free initial consultations. You should take advantage of that service to see if counsel might be of service to you in achieving your desired goal.See question
For several years now I have provided a cell phone for my daughter. Like many young teens she has not always been responsible with it though. Recently she damaged it for the forth time so rather then replace it with the same model I replaced it ...
These issues fall under parental responsibility. My colleague is correct that you need to look to your agreement in that regard. It sounds as though mom made a unilateral decision which is not how that should have been done. You may wish to consult with a lawyer in your area.See question
My husband & I live in Georgia & have been separated, physically but not legally, for over a year & a half. When we separated, I bought a condo in my name only & he rented. I suggested mediation, which he reluctantly agreed to, but after multipl...
Without opining on Georgia law, I agree with you about not signing away rights if there is any possibility that the funds being used to purchase that property in Florida are marital funds under Georgia law. You really should seek counsel in your area. It is possible that you might be entitled to legal fees for the divorce under Georgia law. Good luck to you.See question