Thanks for your question and good afternoon.
Can you tell me exactly what the father has filed with your social on it?
its called a "fathers notice of social security numbers" it has his, mine and our sons. birthdates and socials, but mine is wrong. he filed a temporary injunction to prevent removal of monor child and denial of passport services. still it isnt my ss# XXXXX im wanting to drag him through court and cost him as much money as possible since he went behind my back knowing that my son and i were moving to texas and waited to file all of this bs after i left the state of florida
Well you have the right to correct it here if it benefits you.And you should file a Response to his Motion for Temporary Injunction or however it is titled.Respond to ti paragraph by paragraph and set out your side and any inaccuracies in his pleadings.Sign it and file it here and copy other side.
Here are court forms.You can use them for form but this is something your response that you are likely to have to hand draft.I wish you good luck here with all.
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Here is some more reference about Temp Injunctions that might help you.
It has Florida rules and laws.
i dont see any court forms?
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