They lived with me in GA from 8\1\2020 to 5/22/2021 after their mother had a mental health crisis. Due to not being married they had to go back to her in Florida once she became stable again. I now want to legitimize myself to have right to them and see them again. Do I need to do a paternity... Read more »
Yes, you can be jailed for failure to meet your financial obligations pursuant to your divorce decree. If you are not financially able to meet these obligations, you should consult with an attorney to discuss your options.
Yes, even though you agree to the divorce, you may not agree to all of the things that your spouse is requesting in the divorce. If you do not have a settlement agreement that is being filed with the court, I would highly suggest that you file an answer and counterclaim for divorce to protect your...Read more »
Lies he told me prior to our marriage: He has 2 biological minor children (not by me) and he does not pay child support. He does not make the income he told me he made. His credit score is below 500 and he lied about that. Without my knowledge, he recently paid his personal bills with my credit... Read more »
in our divorce decree my exes boyfriend is not allowed contact with our children, but after the divorce they get married does that make it o.k. for him to be around our kids? In context the decree only allows for visitation at my ex- mother-in-laws house, to avoid there being contact, he is a... Read more »
You will need to contact an Arkansas attorney to determine what collection remedies are available in that state. In Georgia, if there is a judgment for the child support, that can be garnished from a bank account.
If either divorced parent spends the night with their new partner. No cohabitation is happening. Each parent has their own address separate from their current partner. Ware county, pierce county, Brantley county.
Monday, and every weds after school until the following morning. My ex spouse has kept the children from me since 8Aug2019. She even went as far as changing both her phone # and that of the kids. The last time I followed the order, and went to pick the kids up, I was arrested for criminal trespass.... Read more »
I gave birth to our son at the end of 2019. We ended our relationship in 2020 and he hasn't really contributed financially since then. I opened a child support case in January 2021, how long the does child support process usually take?
How long the process takes will depend on his response. If he acknowledges paternity right away and is a w-2 employee with regular income, it can be a fairly routine process. However, if he requests a dna test or disputes the presumptive amount of child support requested, that may delay the...Read more »
Full custody if the mother works in the adult industry? Everything is legal and the child is not exposed to it even in the slightest. Can father still take full custody just because he doesn't agree with the mothers job? As I said, the child isn't exposed to it.
Not based on that fact alone. The court will consider the best interest of the child under the totality of the circumstances. Her employment alone will typically not be enough to tip the scales if it does not negatively affect the child.
If you have a concern that the sister may not be properly handling the estate of your sibling, you can petition the court to have that sibling removed as guardian or conservator. But it likely needs to be more than just she's not giving us information to prevail on this type of action.
Parents live in different counties. How far can mom move from dad’s residence without it being considered a hardship for the children? Where can the law be found by county that the children go to school in the district of the parent with primary custody
The children will go to school in mom's school district as that is their residential address. If you move so far away that it interferes with dad's ability to exercise his parenting time, that could be considered a material change in circumstances warranting a modification of the parenting plan.
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