Robert Jason De Groot
R. Jason de Groot, Attorney at Law
About Robert Jason De GrootProviding competent and aggressive representation of clients for over 27 years. Visit my justia website here: http://www.rjasondegroot.justia.net. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put CLIENT in the subject box.
Directory Practice Areas
- Appeals & Appellate
- Criminal Law
- Family Law
- Foreclosure Defense
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Owner, R. Jason de Groot, Attorney at Law|
|Helping clients in Central Florida with Bankruptcy, Appeals, Criminal Defense, Mortgage Foreclosure, Juvenile Law, Divorce, Wills and Estates, Child Support and Custody, Adoption, Contracts, Real Estate, and many other areas.|
|Mississippi College School of Law - Mississippi College||J.D.||Law|
|Honors: Chairman Moot Court Board|
|Board of Directors , YMCA|
|Member, Florida State Bar|
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Q: How can i file an oorder to have my daughter release from her aunt whom the court has dismiss all her rights
A: We need to know why the aunt had custody. Basically you file a motion, and have a hearing.
Q: Which is more comprehension when requesting a copy of bankruptcy papers from archives docket sheet or preselected docs
A: Your question is confusing. I believe you can request copies through pacer, the filing system in federal court. Or you can go to the clerk of the bankruptcy court where the bankruptcy was filed and request copies. Either should be complete.
Q: On my soon to be ex husbands SD card I found a video of him inappropruaty touching me while I slept. Any laws violated?
A: Probably not.
Q: If I stop paying on my time share, can the company take me to court? or can I just file for bankruptcy?
A: If you stop paying they can take you to court. You can file bankruptcy, but would need to speak with an attorney about it in order to figure out which chapter, 7 or 13 that you need to file. As long as the income is less than around $52000 per year for a family of two in Florida, you can file a chapter 7.
Q: The house is in foreclosure, can they touch our bank accounts?
A: You asked this under bankruptcy law. If you are in bankruptcy, the trustee can touch your bank accounts. If the mortgage company gets a deficiency judgment they can potentially touch your bank accounts.
Q: How do i know i qualify to file bankruptcy
A: If your expenses exceed your income, you can probably file bankruptcy. That is the primary question. Your financial circumstances must be gone over by someone who does bankruptcy to find out if you can file a chapter 7 or whether you must file a chapter 13.
Q: How do i find a case
A: Use PACER to find bankruptcy cases, or call and ask the clerk, perhaps.
Q: Can I change my bankruptcy attorney if I don't trust the way he is handling my case?
A: You can, but the expense may be a bit cost prohibitive.
Q: How can I look up past bankruptcy filings filed in 2004- 2006?
A: By going to the bankruptcy clerk, or by paying for Pacer for online access.