mom who only sees her son 2 days a week per agreed order. this case has dragged out because my baby father has a lawyer. he is fighting for child support and spend more time with the child. his attorney mailed me a document stating that i was served for intent to relocate i told this before. i spoke to a lawyer and showed her the intent to relocate and said it would be dismissed because the lawyer didnt use the right wording. the lawyer put on the paper notice of intent but i was told it should be a petition whatever that means. also their is wording in the lawyers document with the days of time i have to say something that is wrong. the lawyer showed me. i might higher this lawyer but wanted to know if the lawyer was rite that the notice of intent to relocate can be dismissed.
There is no way that we can advise you regarding this matter without reviewing the documents. They may be a multitude of reasons that it could be dismissed. Florida Statute 61.13001 must be followed strictly. You should either retain that lawyer or find another one that you feel you trust and file your Answer or Motion to Dismiss whatever the case. Good luck.
B. Elaine Jones, Esq.
I agree with Ms. Jones answer.
It is good to hear that you contacted a lawyer, because it sounds like you have been at a disadvantage trying to do this yourself. You now are faced with the choice of trusting the lawyer whom you have asked for advice. You will always question every bit of advice and refuse to follow that advice and instructions, to your own detriment. I highly recommend that you find another local attorney to whom to present your case details and questions, one whom you feel you can trust.
Legal disclaimer: My response to your question is not intended to create any attorney-client relationship. My response to your question is based on the limited facts given in your question and should not be relied on as legal advice. I submitted it to provide you a general understanding of the law, not to provide you specific legal advice. I highly recommend that you consult with an attorney before taking any action based on your question or my response to your question.
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