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
I don't want the baby because her mom is crazy and I don't want to see her so I just want to sign her away.
You can't sign your responsibilities away. If you are not married to your child's mother you have no rights. The reason you can't sign your responsibilities away is because it's not up to anyone else, except you and the mother to pay for the child you created. Your child's mother has the ability to come after you for support If the mother and child receive any public assistance, like Medicaid or food stamps, the State will come after you for support. The next time you want to avoid responsibility do not act in a manner that could make you responsible.See question
My daughter lives with me in my house I own it 2yrs ago her boyfriend started staying over all the time in her room I said if he was going to stay he needed to pay me a hundred bucks a week basically to offset cost of another person living in the ...
You have to evict him to get him out. At the end of that process your locks get changed. Then if your daughter lets him back in you are in the same situation again, but different, because now he's a guest instead of a tenant.See question
My son has passed away, he was not married and has no children. Do I need to get an attorney or power of attorney to handle his affairs ( dispose of his apt, storage lockers, vehicles, funeral)
I am so sorry for your loss of your son. You cannot get a power of attorney now because he is not available to sign one. Generally, as next of kin, you will be able to take care of his funeral. You will have to ask his landlord about his apartment. I did once have to open an estate just so the Mom could get into the apartment. The same would be true for storage lockers. I suggest you see a probate attorney in Tampa.See question
My father recently passed away in Florida. I'm the executor in the will. He has a bank account in South Carolina that I would like to be able to claim/access. He has an a check in his name that I want to cash. And a property in New Jersey that I n...
I am sorry for your loss. If your father was a resident of Florida (per his death certificate) under Florida law you need a Florida probate. I assume the South Carolina bank is national with a branch in Florida? If the bank only has branches in South Carolina, you need a lawyer there too to determine if you need an ancillary proceeding in South Carolina with the domiciliary estate in Florida. The Florida probate will give you the ability to open an estate account to deposit the check. You need a lawyer in New Jersey to determine if you need an ancillary proceeding in New Jersey. If the New Jersey lawyer tells you he never needs a domiciliary proceeding in Florida, then you may not need a Florida proceeding. Florida says the probate belongs where the deceased person had residency, but it sounds like you have no assets in Florida. I am unfamiliar with South Carolina and New Jersey probate requirements. Good luck.See question
I'm in the middle going into ptc and trail after mediation didn't work out and my lawyer is asking 5000 a day mean while I gave him 4000 for all of this process all the way up to mediation. I feel like should be less due to the judge is gonnna dec...
Lawyers sell their time. Many hours of preparation are required for trial. Trial is one of the most difficult things a lawyer does. The judge decides the case based upon the evidence presented. Your lawyer figures out how to present that evidence. Your lawyer's request is reasonable.See question
I am have a question about the DOR Admin cases. Is there a statute of limitations for appeals? I have a situation with where I am going through a divorce. My ex kept our daughter and I had been paying him in cash. I wrote the DOR as soon as I go...
I do not want your case. I have been working with a similar situation since September. I have been to court 5 times. It is not yet resolved. I am assuming all your time frames have passed under the existing order. You need to obtain a superseding order under Chapter 409.2563 (10)(a)(b) (c). Good luck.See question
I am entitled to claim my daughter on my taxes even years, when i went to file and claim her for 2016, my accountant mentioned someone else had claimed her and I would have to file an identity theft affidavit. I had a feeling this might have been...
I would file a motion for contempt and for sanctions asking the court to give you 2017 and 2018.See question
Mother passed away on 2/20/16 mother has a spouse I the daughter helped mother purchase home (provided) most of the funds. Spouse hired attorney believe the home is under probate. Deaceased had no will please advise.
Hire an attorney. Your question is more complex than can be answered in an on-line forum. How was the property titled? Did Mom promise to pay the daughter who helped her purchase the property. Get an attorney.See question
If the property is in the now deceased husbands name and his last wife's name who is deceased also. The husband never took the deaceased wife off of the property but has since remarried but has a will which leaves the property to his stepdaughter ...
Yes, I think she is. Unless she signed a prenuptial agreement she is entitled to homestead rights and elective share. She should hire an attorney immediately to preserve her rights.See question