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  1. Court Proceedings: Can a Deposition be Scheduled if a Motion to Dismiss is Pending

    My question involves paternity law for the State of: Fl
    A paternity petition was filed against my husband and I in regards to our 2 year old son. A motion to dismiss has been filed and the opposing...
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    Court Proceedings: Unopposed Motion to Enlarge Time

    My question involves paternity law for the State of: florida
    Is it possible to request an extension to respond to a 20 day summons?
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    Presumption of Paternity: Re: Indispensable Party vs Interested Party

    Thank you!
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    Presumption of Paternity: Re: Indispensable Party vs Interested Party

    Allow me to clarify: it is the petitioners claim that HE has manifested a substantial and contiuning concern for the minor child's welfare. My husband ans I maintain that that claim to be false
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    Presumption of Paternity: Re: Indispensable Party vs Interested Party

    Yes, also my husband and I were served seperately on the same day...he is listed as an interested party on my summons.

    To add on the paternity being established as a matter of law- my husband is...
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    Presumption of Paternity: Re: Indispensable Party vs Interested Party

    Thank you for the explanation! So a motion to dismiss for failure to name indispensable party is an option? We are already motioning for failure to state a claim as paternity has already been...
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    Presumption of Paternity: Indispensable Party vs. Interested Party

    My question involves paternity law for the State of: Florida. Are indispensable party and interested party synonymous in terms being named in a petition to establish paternity? The punitive father...
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