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P.r won't tell benificuarys how much was awarded in a mdl wrongful death suit it won't be on fed data base and she won't give firm name.her neighbor said she listed her 4 kids and not ours she got 250. Thousand and my brother ani got 50 what reco...
Hire your own lawyer to protect your interests and do it now.See question
We were married for approximately 19 years and I believe I am entitled to his social security.
I am sorry for your loss. The funeral home will offer to order them for you. They up charge them. They are not available yet, wait ten days, you can buy them in person at
1900 27th Street
Vero Beach, FL 32960
(according to the internet). Or you can order them from State Office of Vital Statistics, P. O. Box 210, Jacksonville, FL 32231, Ph: (904) 359-6900 ext. 9000.
I was told by the judge to make sure I properly subpoena witnesses for my case because of the seriousness of the allegations made against the other party and to ensure everyone that needs to be there is present. How do I properly subpoena DCF case...
I agree with Attorney Grossman. As soon as you subpoena DCF its attorney files a Motion for Protective Order. Subpoenaing is only the first step.See question
My husband is paying a part of his salary and a permanent alimony for his ex wife. Now we are married and he has a step daughter ( my daughter). Can he cancel the permanent alimony and reduce the salary part she is receiving?
Your husband's marriage to you and now having a step-daughter is not a basis to modify alimony. He, and you , both knew he had to pay the alimony before you married.See question
I am 28yr old female, I was raised solely by my mother. My father knew about me my whole life but never wanted to be in my life. I found my father when I was 19 and no relationship ever evolved. I met him a handful of times. I have since had a c...
A paternity test will not enable him to see his grandson as there are no grandparent rights in Florida Do what you want. This man cannot force you to do anything.See question
I am filing for a modification for parental plan and the paralegal who wrote up my papers listed me as the Respondent. I think she is basing this off of the original divorce papers. Is this correct?
Yes, the paralegal is correct the original Petitioner is always the Petitioner in the syle of the case and the original Respondent is always the Respondent even though the person bringing forth the petition for modification is petitioning.See question
My father died in 2016 and I just found out that he had a penssion deferred to him by my mom. His assets are only 12k and it is just me and brother. do we need to go through probate and all that estate planning stuff?
The size of the assets make it approprirate for summary administration. However, at least here in Broward County, when the Decedent has been gone for less than 2 years the estate is still required to go through a creditor's period, which makes a summary, in my opinnion, no "easier" than a formal. Consult with an attorney.See question
The father of my child continues to claim, then deny paternity of our daughter. There are videos, pictures, and emails, acknowledging himself as her biological father, even asking to sign a recognition of parentage form, but he refuses to follow t...
The statute says you can go back 2 years.See question
My nephew and I will be spliting the remaining money.I was told to save all receipts,including the funeral receipts,then I would be payed back.is this true?
Reasonable funeral expenses up to $6,000 are a Class 2 claim and can be paid before the money is split. If you were my client I would have had you file a claim for repayment of the funeral expenses. Then again, I am very detail oriented, and you may well be reimbursed before the money is split without filing a claim. Ask the Personal Representative's lawyer.See question
Can I leave the state with my child? I reside in Florida and am wanting to move to GA. The father is not on the birth certificate, we have never been married, and there is no court order.
Yes, you can move. You have all the rights since you are the unmarried mother of a child. Your child's father could file a petition for paternity to try and make you come back, but then he'd also have to pay child support. If he is not active in your child's life I'd go ahead and move.See question