Our divorce decree states that I can garnish him if he’s one month behind. But now he’s gotten almost 18k behind through child support enforcement within the last 6 years of divorcing. Before I file these documents with the courts, should I close my child support enforcement case or should I... Read more »
answered on Jan 27, 2023
I would advise you to hire a private attorney who can file an action for contempt for the total amount of the arrears. In that case your attorney can see the arrears as well as attorney's fees, so that the Court may award you the cost of your attorney in your judgment. Once the case is... Read more »
He may get 3-5 years but I only wanted space. Can I write an affidavit to keep him out of jail. They said the state is prosecuting him. Can his ptsd from the military help him?
answered on Aug 22, 2022
You are facing a super hard issue and the world is not very understanding.
The main issue is that no one should be in fear, especially children, at home. And a call to police is undeniable that you were scared, so the state is going to take a position that the call was valid and therefore... Read more »
Which it will take 2-3 months to kick in. Do I have to pay alimony the in between time? Or she can wait? Also, what wording can I use to just have them wait until military pay's them directly?
answered on Aug 17, 2022
October 1st means October 1st. She doesn't have to wait.
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.
answered on Dec 13, 2021
You can always decide to fire your attorney, ask for a refund of any unearned fees and hire someone else to finish your case.
It’s a Workman’s Comp claim, knee injury and I injured my back outside of the job and haven’t returned to work.
answered on Feb 1, 2021
Most of the time, yes! There are basically two kinds of work accident claims: accepted and denied claims. If your claim was accepted, and the medical care is also accepted, then your medical bills with authorized doctors (i.e. the company's doctors) must be paid by work comp. That said, the... Read more »
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 »
answered on Oct 24, 2020
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 »
My DFCS case has been closed after almost 2.5 years. I enlisted in the army July 9th 9 days after my 17th birthday June 30, i am trying to leave home right when i grader Dec 18th 2020 legally and without any consequences due to my army contract !!
answered on Oct 23, 2020
You are are minor until age 18.
My best friend has been talking to this guy who says he's in the military online. For two years he has never met her and vice versa. Just recently he's been telling her that she need to pay the military flight pilot $1500 and if she dont that the major general as he calls the commander... Read more »
answered on Jun 22, 2020
The SM is currently stationed overseas so going before a judge if so is going to be hard.
answered on Apr 10, 2020
I’m unclear of the question. What are you trying to make or do with your brother? Please clarify the question so we can help you out. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
answered on Nov 28, 2019
More information is needed to provide you with an accurate answer. Please provide clarification. I wish you well.
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answered on Aug 12, 2019
There are some particular cases where they can garnish for child support payments, but it depends on the factors involved in the case. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
We moved years ago due to military deployment and stationed to another Post. We do not pay GA state tax due to Texas resident.
answered on Jun 20, 2019
That’s a good question. It sounds like the tax is an unconstitutional burden on interstate commerce because it unfairly discriminates against out of state taxpayers. It would seem fair if every owner of real GA property paid the tax because that’s where the property is. But to soak out of... Read more »
My daughter was injured last summer, 3 days from Army BCT graduation. She suffered 3 hip/pelvic fractures, was sent home to REFRAD. She was scheduled to go back this week and the CT scan showed that one fracture is still not healed. We are waiting to get more details from the specialist. Her RSP... Read more »
answered on Jun 11, 2019
As far as her rights to continue her basic training, that is a question for her RSP leadership and not really a legal question. If she has until June 2020 to finish her basic training then her leadership should do the right thing and give her more time to heal before going back. However, they may... Read more »
The felony is premeditated attempted murder.
answered on Apr 2, 2019
There is NO expungement of military court-martial records, even if you are acquitted at trial. Here is a recent case of a person who sought to have his court-martial conviction expunged.
The United States Department of the Navy (Navy) dishonorably discharged Jerome Randolph, the pro se... Read more »
I’m currently on active duty order in a foreign country and would like to be able to buy one and have it shipped to my house
answered on Jan 22, 2019
If you cannot lawfully possess the gun in your home state I would not recommend that you do so.
Ex left once he found out I was pregnant and vows to be involved, as well as threaten to hide income. Can lack of involvement increase support order?He is in the military and receives medical benefits can medical benefits for child be enforced in support order?
answered on Oct 5, 2018
You can file for child support as soon as the baby is born. He will likely be ordered to provide health insurance as well as child support.
I am being charged by the military for a missing item because I was the last one to sign for it. I only signed the hand receipt because I was instructed to do so by my supervisor. They are blaming me for negligence when there are others who signed off stating we had the missing item in question. I... Read more »
answered on Jul 10, 2018
There are too many specifics in your case that aren't provided here in your question, and I"m sure more nuances will arise. I'd head down to talk to your local Area Defense Counsel or Defense Service Office for a free consultation. They'll be able to help walk you through this.
He’s been medically retired over 18months now, and his child’s mother is still in the Army and not cooperating with court order and he have to get JAG and her COC involved. Can anything happened to him since he medically retired or her since she’s not following a court order by updating her... Read more »
answered on Apr 7, 2018
Technically, yes. If you are receiving pay, including retired pay, you can be recalled to active duty to be court-martialed for crimes, including fraternization, that occurred on active duty and are still within the statute of limitations (5 years for Art 92 violations).
Realistically the... Read more »
We have three children. He received 100 percent disability and declined Army retirement for the VA amount/ offer which was more. He completed 10 years and 6 months military time and we were married the entire time.
answered on Apr 4, 2018
I'm not sure what you are asking. You aren't going to get any payments while married. If you are asking if you divorce will you get a portion of his monthly payments, the answer is it depends. It can be considered income for child support purposes.
Custodial parent wanting temporary guardianship of child to go to maternal grandparents while in military training. NCP has not legitimized son, paid child support in over 1 year, helped to provide for child in over 1 year and the list goes on.
NCP was asked to sign “Acknowledgment of... Read more »
answered on Mar 28, 2018
He is entitled to service and the opportunity to object, but if he is not legitimized his objection does not carry the same standing as if he was. Also, this is not an emergency. You need to simply file the petition, and your consent, and let the court schedule a hearing.
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