I'm in a custody battle never married. He has a lawyer I do not. His lawyer has filed something I don't understand. No one is returning my emails or my calls to their office for clarification of the matter.
I believe it means the hearing has been cancelled. If he set it he has the right to cancel it. If you, or the court, set it he does not have the right to cancel it.See question
Rear-ended May 2014. Physical therapy and visits to several M.D.s have not resolved my neck issues. Most recent doc wants $2000 to do a report for my lawyer on my injury and prognosis.
Send him or her a certified letter asking every question you have and see if you get a response.See question
Is there a way for an individual to check on public record if probate has been opened and has been appointed authorized representative of an estate?
Yes, you can go to the Clerk of the Court's website and search the probate records by typig in the name of the Decedent.See question
I have a 1 year old, his father and I were never married and have not been together since before he was born. We do not have a court order for time sharing. I have planned a trip out of state ( back to my home state). I told my sons father when we...
Yes, you can go with your son. You have all the rights. If the DOR gets a child support order, you still have all the rights. In order for your baby's father to get rights he has to file a paternity action. Then he can get rights. Good luck.See question
Married but living separately. I am seeking visitation rights to my 6 month old daughter. I have drawn up a basic visitation agreement, signed it , had it notarized, and have certified mailed it to mother, who claims she will do the same and send ...
I agree with both prior attorneys but would add if there is a reason you want to stay married but want your time sharing and child support adjudicated you can file a petition for separate maintenance.See question
I own a small condo and have grown children
You can put the condo in a trust or you can do a lady bird deed. Those are the first two that came to mind.See question
My wife was taken away from me by her parents. She is 19, I am 20 in the state of Florida. I have not been able to contact my wife in any form for more than half a week. I do not know if her parents have confiscated her phone or not. She has socia...
I read your question and the answers you received yesterday. I suggest you go where your wife is. Go to the police there. Explain the situation to them and have them go to that house and see your wife. It would be great if they let you there too, even if they make you sit in a car and tell your wife that you are concerned for her. Good luck.See question
My ex-wife just fired her 7th or 8th attorney and hired her 8th or 9th new attorney to represent her in a post-divorce matter. My attorney ends up bringing the new attorneys up to speed...then, etc at my expense.
No, there is no limit, but if I were giving odds as to who was going to prevail in that case without knowing any other details I'd give you much greater odds because hriing that many attorneys is not normal.See question
Can a family law attorney subpoena witnesses to testify? What are fee's involved for depo's and having them testify as well?
Depositions are expensive. The other two attorneys told you witness fees. You also have to serve the subpeonas, about $40 a piece. You likely also have to pay for your attorney's time. Typing up transcripts is expensive, court reporters are paid by the page. If you are subpoenaing "experts' such as doctors, they charge hundreds of dollars for their time to give a deposition. Depositions costs hundreds of dollars and can easily run a thousand dollars depending on the length of the deposition and if you are paying an expert for their time.See question
my husband is older than myself. He did drink too much ... His son went to court and got guardianship over him. Then put him in a assisted living facility. Is there anyway I can get guardianship? We have lived together about three years, but ha...
You need a lawyer. You can petition for dependent benefits. There is a lengthy (years) waiting period for a divorce after a person has been adjudicated incompentent. Good luck.See question