And parental alienation by the husband and paternal grandparents who is manipulating the child against his mother. Is it likely the mother will get full physical custody and the father supervised visitation? Is it more likely the mother will get the home? This is in Georgia USA
There’s no way for us to know this. We’d need to know all the facts of the case in order to provide you with more guidance. You should consult with an attorney who can help you with your case. The judge will make the final decision on such things after reviewing all the facts of the case.
The father has been incarcerated before and found in contempt of court, doesn’t pay child support etc. We were recently married, currently live in TX but court hearing was in Georgia, she wants me to adopt but the biological father (her ex husband) will likely not want me to be able to adopt.... Read more »
You can try to adopt them legally, but whether or not it is approved will depend on the judge and the facts of the case. Consult with an attorney who can review the facts in detail and present you with the proper course of action.
Originally it was owed by his Father. When he died it went to his Mother and when she died it went to his Stepfather. My husband didn’t get along with his Stepfather so I was surprised when his Stepfather gave him stock. Now that my husband and I are divorcing, is the 100K considered... Read more »
I agree with my colleague. Once it was put into your joint account it may have become marital asset. You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case in detail and provide you with guidance.
I've had him served twice and I also served him. He is currently in a Texas State Prison. When he finally responded he wrote on the top sheet " absolutely not unacceptable " signed it and sent it back. He has been in and out of Texas prison system for 8 years. Drug related charges... Read more »
You can still move forward with the divorce even if he won’t cooperate. Work with an attorney who can help you with the proper course of action. You don’t need his permission to proceed with the divorce.
No, that’s true. The house will likely be considered marital asset. However, if you are destroying things then the police could be called, and I don’t think that’s something that you want. It’s best to keep your anger in check and work with an attorney who can help you with the proper...Read more »
I have text messages from the ex girl friend stating she met the police at the mother of the child's house. I have a bunch of evidence supporting that he was not there and the police were not called nobody went to jail that night it was 2 weeks later that they came to serve the warrants and he... Read more »
Are you working with an attorney regarding the case? If not, he may want to retain one so that he can address this legally. Consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case in detail and present you with the options.
My lawyers have been asking my spouse, with whom I am separated from for his check stubs to complete the docs for Divorce and child support since July 2021. Received start of Dece. Waited one month for spouse to sign docs and wanted changes. Now have to wait again. What can be done to move Divorce... Read more »
my father committed suicide and my two sisters and myself are all three equally inherited the house and are on the deed but my sister refuses to give my third one of the property and she was renting it out but now she has moved into herself full time ... and at first just blowed me off and now... Read more »
You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case in detail and help you with the proper course of action to address the situation. An attorney can help you seek a custody modification.
Until he goes through the legitimation process he has no legal rights to the child. If he would like legal rights to the child he must go through the process of legitimizing. He should work with an attorney who can help him with the process.
Two marriage licence applied for 10 years apart are on the probate record on in 2011 when we married at the court house . The other issued Jan 21 2020 I had no knowledge or part in at all ? What can I do to unravel his mess of fraud , deception and abuse ?
It won’t matter which name is listed first. When it comes to issues like this it will likely to come down to marital asset, which are things gained during the course of the marriage. Work with an attorney who can help you with the proper course of action for the divorce.
It would be wise to work with an attorney, especially considering your husband has one. Consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case with you and provide direction (most attorneys offer a free consultation). You may be able to get the financial assistance from your husband to pay...Read more »
I live in ga. Spouse is incarcerated in kentucky. Have 3 minor children. Separated in 2015 during which time kids were placed under guardianship of friend. Husband has agreed to file uncontested and has had zero contact with kids since separation. Do i file uncontested without kids given the fact... Read more »
I paid a retainer and have spoke to 4 different paralegals in two years. Nothing has been done other than a few questions last year. I have not paid my balance because she never did anything initially. It's a case of fraud from a divorce by publication.
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