There isn't one form. There are 6 different documents that need to be filed in order For this to be done correctly. You definitely want to hire an attorney to handle this, because if it is not done correctly, it could be more costly later o
It’s stapled to a contempt of court filing for visitation . The petitioner is the other grandparent and the joint custody order is not even with her but her son. How is it that there is a domestic relations standing order that I never was made aware of?
My daughter's biological father who has never been in her life passed away. She's never met him been around him for been involved with him ever. My husband has taking care of her since before she was even born. I would like for the biological's name to be removed and my... Read more »
Can my address be redacted? I do not want my spouse to know where I am living out of fear he may cause me harm if he knows my address. I have not seen nor talked to him in 4 years and will be filing with publication.
I did not get joint custody but visitation. I wanted joint custody but it was not feasible. She never moved. I pay a good amount in child support and I was paying part of day care. As of a year ago I pay the same amount to her even though he no longer is in daycare. I make about $200 dollars... Read more »
You need a modification of custody in child support. Even though you mentioned you do not have a lot of money for the case, a reasonable budget for an hourly attorneys is at least $10,000 - $15,000 for this type of case.
Her spouse has answered the filing and the final hearing is scheduled for September 12th. She is however incarcerated so she can't attend. The courts will not offer any instruction and everything I have read states an attorney must file the motion requesting she not be required to attend? Is... Read more »
She needs an attorney. If the case has been set for a hearing, and she does not appear, the divorce case will be dismissed. Some counties will not allow for a divorce to be finalized unless an attorney files a specific motion and affidavit.
The father don’t volunteer to do nothing for child skips months without paying child support. Backup on child support. Had baby out of wedlock. Never been married, and father mad cause I said child couldn’t go on a family vacation so he want to take me to court, but haven’t did anything.
She did not answer the divorce complaint. That was over 45 days ago. I have since filed a motion for pleadings and a proposed final judgement but I am unsure if the court will accept it because I did not include it in the initial packet that was served to her.
If she did not file an answer, the judge is not going to just sign a divorce decree. The judge likely will set the case for a final trial and the judge will decide the terms of the divorce after that trial. So, no, you don't have to serve her with a proposed decree.
I’d like to avoid high legal costs (GA) and my husband is aware of my desire to file. Can an annulment only be filed by an attorney? and do we have to be separated for 6 months with an annulment? We’ve been separated in the same household for 9 (separate sleeping quarters). No children. No... Read more »
The process for an annulment versus a divorce is not that different, so in general I would not advise filing for an annulment on the basis of impotence because that is unnecessarily embarrassing for no reason.
An uncontested divorce takes 35 days. If you file for annulment, and he...Read more »
Wife was awarded house as long as she could have it refinanced out of my name within 15 months of the judge's signature. After which she would have 30 days to leave the residence. 30 days is coming on and we're on 60 days now question is those certain assets like fencing and all... Is she... Read more »
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