If your ex is not paying for your son's college education as required under your Divorce Decree, you need to file a Motion for Contempt to enforce the Divorce Decree. If you hire an attorney to file the Motion for Contempt, you should also ask that the Court require your ex to pay your attorneys...Read more »
If your ex is not paying you alimony as agreed, you need to file a Motion for Contempt with the Court to enforce the agreement. If you retain an attorney to file a Motion for Contempt, you should ask the Court to require your ex to pay your attorneys fees as well.
There is no specific time period that you need to be married to qualify for support. Anyone who has been married for fifteen years can certainly get spousal support or alimony if they have the need and the other spouse has the ability to pay. A rough guideline if you meet the "needs/ability"...Read more »
The Cobb County Law Library (http://portal.cobbcountyga.gov/index.php?option=com_content&view=article...) has an online Self-Help Center where you can download Cobb County forms and information on the processes and procedures of the court. Cobb County also has a free monthly Family Law Workshop...Read more »
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