My kids’ dad found out he had an 11yr old son 2 years ago. He was told that he was not the father at first. That someone else was and he even has the other guys name. February 2019 was when he found out the truth. He is now 13 and he’s been giving his mother money since then. He also gives her... Read more »
He will not have to pay "back" child support but the mother can ask for expenses of child rearing until there is an Order in place for child support. We would be happy to assist in getting the case situated to minimize his exposure. More importantly, we need to get his child legitimized...Read more »
We have been married for 11 years. He owns the house but we have lived in it together since he bought it. Our two children (12 and 7) want to live with me. He has had 8 different jobs in the past 10 years and whenever I tell him I want to leave, he seems to lose his job within the month. He is... Read more »
You should definitely get an attorney to assist you in ensuring custody and financial support is considered in the way you would like it to be. We assist our client by taking on the "ugly" in divorces cases so they don't have to. Contact us to schedule an appointment to go over the...Read more »
Oh wow! Is there a divorce pending? My law firm takes on the ugly in divorce so you don’t have to. Getting your jewelry back as part of the divorce is definitely something we can help you with. Call our office to schedule a consultation so we can discuss the specifics of your case and we can get...Read more »
We've been separated fir over 2 years and they are only asking info from past 2 yrs in which we werent together. Can I answer for dates during marriage or do i have to tell them everything since she moved out
From your inquiry it sounds as if there is an attorney involved on the other side of the case. Have you been served with discovery? Even if you were separated physically, the Court still considers you to be married until a Final Order is signed on the divorce. It's always better to make sure...Read more »
I have cared for her ever since. I have been taking care of her for almost a year and would like to make this a more permanent situation. As of late my brother and eye have not been seeing eye to eye. He got upset with me over money. And now he continues to threaten to pull her out of school and... Read more »
I'm sorry to hear you are going through such a tough situation with your brother and niece. As an aunt who currently has physical custody, you have the right to ask the court for custody. It is important that we move quickly to get this done. We would be happy to help with getting you custody....Read more »
*Assets earned or obtained during the non-custodial parents new marriage. This is in regards to a contempt case being brought upon the custodial parent for denial of visitation with the expectation that she will retaliate by asking for more money( in the state of georgia)
The ex-wife's new assets will only factor into child support if a modification of child support is requested and the assets are income earning. Call us at 770-723-7211 for a consultation to work through the issues specific to your case.
The office of child support services only reviews once every THREE years. If you want to have it revised in two years you will have to go through a private attorney. Contact our office to schedule a consultation. We would be happy to help.
If you are adopting the children you should have sole custody at the end of the adoption. Adoptions, while very joyful, require particular attention to detail. We would love to assist you in your adoption journey. Please call us at 770-723-7211 to schedule time to discuss your situation further.
Georgia? the mom was relatively young, her husband left, she dropped the ball. The child ended up with a really bad ear infection. The moms older sister petitioned the courts for custody of said child. Took the mom as well as the husband(whom was on the aunts side) and they had the mom sign her... Read more »
It depends. Were her rights terminated or did her sister just get custody? We are happy to schedule a consultation to discuss the situation further. The consultations last about an hour and cost $100. 770-723-7211.
Are the parents consenting to the adoption? The steps to be taken will be dependent on whether or not the biological parents consent. Feel free to contact us to schedule a consultation to discuss the specifics of your situation.
If you have custody of the children you should receive child support. It is likely that you will get some alimony for a period of time if you don't earn an income. Call us to help you get things in order.
My sister divorced her husband for the first time in 1998. He was ordered to pay child support and never did. They remarried each other July 2020. However, they recently divorced again. (October 2020) Is he still responsible for the child support from the first divorce?
Technically, yes he is. However, we would need to find out why it wasn't handled in the most recent divorce. Have your sister call us to schedule a consultation so we can review the specifics of her case and formulate a plan to move forward.
Can their father who has not legitimized either child take us back to court to modify the guardianship order because he misses his kids and demands we let him take them for overnight stays 4 hours away? Mind you he is a drug user and states he has been “sober” for 10 months of which we cannot... Read more »
You are within your rights to deny visitation that is not court ordered. He may take you back to court to try to get an order giving him visitation. I would advise that you contact us to schedule a consult so you can be prepared if this does happen.
You would file it in the case that is pending. If there is no case pending, you need to contact an attorney to assist you with getting the relevant legal advice to move forward. You can call us to schedule an appointment for a consultation. We are happy to help.
Yes there will still be a Court date. But whether or not you will be expected to appear depends on if you were legally served with the action. We would be happy to discuss your situation further. Contact the office to schedule a consultation.
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