Usually the custodial parent has the right to the the income deduction order, especially if there was an arrearage at some point. So it's unlikely that you can unilaterally stop the automatic payments if you have an ongoing current child support obligation.
No cooperation with real estate agents from him… I have no problem selling to be done with him but he will not cooperate and sell… I cannot sell anything with both of our names on it without his signature. What do I do? What do you do when one party will not cooperate with a court order? It is... View More
Unfortunately it sounds like it’s been 6 years since the court ordered the sale so there’s nothing you can do to ask for reconsideration at this point. You may be able to ask for reimbursement of the taxes, but there’s a possibility that the court would deny that.
The stepfather has no automatic custodial rights but MAY be able to move under certain laws to ask the court for time with the children. The bio father MAY. It depends on if the father was married to the deceased mother, and if not, whether the children were legitimized.
If the Judge already signed off on your temp order and you now want to change it, unless it's by agreement you likely will have to go back before the Judge. Getting Orders changed is something that most times requires the assistance of an attorney. We are happy to assist.
I’ve been married 20 yrs. Both worked full time with 2 kids. He makes approx $60k more per yr than I do. He has a car through his employer so has no payment, insurance, gas or maintenance. He also has a free mobile & home internet. He travels 100+ days a yr to luxury destinations on co cc. I... View More
I'm so sorry to hear that. It sounds like you have done all you can to maintain stability for your children and that is being threatened. It is likely that you can make an argument to keep the HOUSE but it is highly unlikely that the Court will let you keep all the equity. You should consult...View More
I'm coming to Georgia in 2days. She was to watch our son at his Grandmother's in Florida while I had surgery in Miami. His Mom came to Florida, took our son to GA., and when I asked for our son back she told me to leave him alone she's keeping him for good. The child lives with me... View More
Wow! That sound like a terrible situation for your son. He must be so confused not knowing what is going on. If you have a Court Order that you have custody, it sounds like contempt may be in order. You should consult with an attorney to assist you in getting your son back as the Court Order...View More
When you file any documents with the court you have to sign a verification saying it is true and correct. If you are later found out to have knowingly lied to the Court you can be charged with committing purgery, which can carry jail time. You should speak with an attorney to make sure you are...View More
Father was battling cancer and going through chemo and his ex convinced him that his son would be better off without him because he had no family support and no way of working to earn money and he felt hopeless and like he wasn’t going to make it anyways. He beat cancer and is now married with 2... View More
Wow! That sounds like a tough situation. There is possibly a path to the father regaining custody. It sounds like a modification of parenting time action is the best route to go. The father should consult with an attorney to discuss how to best navigate the system to get time back with his son.
binding and contemptible. With that track record I said because he’s broken 3 written agreements that I can understand that we will also not keep a 4th agreement. The 4th agreement was made at his request and now demands I honor this request even though he did not keep the previous three. I could... View More
If the "agreement" become a Court Order, you can file a contempt if it is not being followed, or has not been followed. It sounds like he is in contempt so seek the assistance of the Court. Don't wait for him to tell the Court you are in contempt before you tell the the Court he WAS...View More
I divorced my ex husband, and I am primary custodial parent. Our divorce is in GA. In our papers, it says neither party can take the child more than 100 miles outside of the county without giving the other party notice and providing contact info. (Visits, vacation, etc…) I’ve been traveling... View More
You should still be able spend time with you new husband in AL. With situations like yours, we generally file a Motion to modify the standing order so it's clear that you are not in violation. Your situation sounds complex enough that you should not be trying to proceed without legal representation.
Adultery is just one of the factors the Court can consider when determining if Alimony is appropriate. Consult with an attorney to discuss the entire situation to get a clearer picture on if alimony is appropriate.
not married to the mom, but kids went to mom's parents and they took kids over to mom who want to get them back but they have been living with me for 4 years with 2 previous years with mom but the other 8 years before that they lived with me. ages 6, 10, 13, and 14 years old. I am on birth... View More
You must file a legitimation action before the Court will award you custody. Is there a Court order giving the grandparents any kind of custodial rights or prohibiting the mother from having contact with the children? You should consult with an attorney to discuss your case and come up with the...View More
He went on the run 2 years ago and I haven't heard from him since. I just got confirmation that he is in Cobb county jail. Last known address was mines in Gwinnett but he gave his family address in Rockdale at the jail. All are 3 different countys in Georgia. Also can he be served in jail?
Yes he can be served in jail. Since he's just in jail, not prison, that's usually not the last know residence. Gwinnett may be the better place for correct venue. You should consult with an attorney on how to best move your case forward.
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