If your stepmom was still listed as the beneficiary of the policy at the time of your father's death, she will be entitled to the policy benefits, irrespective of what marital problems they were having.
I live in and filed in Gwinnett County Georgia. My to be ex-spouse doesn't want to show up for court since they live out of state. We filed an uncontested divorce with a separation agreement. If they don't show up, would that mean they only waive their right or would it mean... Read more »
My daughter in law has been married three other times, when they filled out for the marriage licenses she didn’t use her legal last name of her third husband, she used her second Married last name and then only put down that she has been married only twice.
An attorney can withdraw if money is owed to the firm. Without knowing more about your case, we can not advise you whether you have strong chances of recovering fees from the opposing party. If you would like a second opinion, we are happy to help.
My son is with my family. They are not my biological family they have recently petitioned the court to adopt and accuse me of abandonment. I witnessed my child engaging in the act of sex with two members of the family and was afraid to tell anyone about it at first, but have called CPS and reported... Read more »
No. The new spouse's income is not factored into a child support order. However, just because he refuses to be employed does not mean that the court can not impute him at an income commensurate with what he has the ability to make.
our child has mental conditions and i have been making all the decisions. now she wants to start making decsions after almost 6 years. she wont divorce unless i do under her terms. she has our daughter and i have our son. she wants to make decisions but still has no contact with him. he is 16
My friend's mom didnt want to see me on the streets so she let me stay there. Can she get into trouble for this? Mom made my job let me go so I cant emancipate myself. I left home cause I'm was tired of the verbal abuse and pettiness.
I know she used me to get her green card expedited and once she got she fled the state of Texas So with me not being knowledgeable as i am now about the time limit in her being in Georgia passed six months, i was too late in doing something to keep her here since a child was conceived through our... Read more »
Whether you are eligible for an annulment based on fraud is extremely fact specific based on your individual circumstances and the proof that you have to evidence her intentions in entering the marriage. Likewise, the cost of your divorce will depend on your individual circumstance and the...Read more »
The client suffers from a documented history of mental health and substance abuse issues that were repeatedly verbalized as well as reporting worsening conditions after a head injury acquired from a motorcycle wreck in july. The incident resulted in charges for possession of a firearm during a... Read more »
If he has no prior criminal convictions, he should be eligible for first offender treatment. However, the judge ultimately has the final decision on whether to accept a first offender plea. Additionally, that may not be in his best interest especially if he is not in active treatment for his...Read more »
I received the final papers for my divorce in the mail, but I did not receive any orders for child support. But the initial papers that I saw had child support papers attached, but the final order does not.
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