You need to find the resources to retain an attorney on a payment plan for at least that hearing. There should be a standing order in your county prohibiting him from removing the child from the State. Make sure that the standing order is received by your husband. Good luck.
Bill Rosenfelt 407-462-8787 (Orlando/Longwood)
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I agree with my colleague. Even if you do not hire an attorney, I think you should at the least consult with one in your area to discuss your case.
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Have you tried Legal Aid? You should consider it. There are pro-bono attorneys local to Miami that can help you. Here are some links to some legal aid: http://www.dadelegalaid.org/ http://www.lsgmi.org/
Meanwhile, what can be done is to file a motion to temporarily prevent the child from being removed from the state of Florida. The form for it is here: http://www.flcourts.org/gen_public/family/forms_rules/941a.pdf
I am going to agree with my colleague that you need legal help for this. I do not recommend doing this alone. There are a plethora of things and steps that you will need to take, and an attorney knows how to do it. Whether the attorney is hired counsel, legal aid, or someone who will do pro-bono for you, I would do my best to get one. I'm sure you can also find local counsel who would be willing to work on a payment plan of some kind for you. I wish you the best of luck.
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I am not supposed to do this but I will already be in court that day so I might be able to help you. Call me.
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