In Georgia the father of any child is obligated by law to support his children, whether or not he has legitimated the children. To modify any child support order, you must file a petition with the court. You should retain a good family law attorney.
Probate is necessary to clear title to real property in Georgia, unless all the heirs can go to the court and ask it to issue letters of administration without probate. Letters of administration are what will be needed to transfer title.
In Georgia if a person dies without a will and is...Read more »
The rules of civil procedure are complex. You should retain an attorney to assist you. That said, you can find rules of civil procedure in the Georgia Code, in the rules of the court and in Georgia case law. It also depends upon the court you are in. For example, if you are in Magistrate court,...Read more »
When I applied for green card I had arrest record that I sent to immigration. Ever since no new arrest nothing, now I am eligible to file for citizenship do I need to send the same information regarding the same arrest that I have already submitted when I applied for green card or I do not need to... Read more »
I am out of status for almost 2 years because he told me he would file for me. I was on a B2 visa when we got married and it expired few weeks after we got married. He refuse to give the authorization for my son to travel with me so I am stuck here illegal not alb to work what can I do??
The simple answer is yes, it is the law throughout the State of Georgia, but you must be careful how you do it. If not, you could be evicted for failure to pay rent. You must give notice to your landlord in writing of the needed repair and give her an opportunity to effectuate it herself. If she...Read more »
It is impossible to answer this question without more facts. That said, assuming the previous owner was the borrower/owner and the lender foreclosed, the previous owner will be considered a tenant at sufferance and can be evicted by the new owner after a proper demand for possession has been served...Read more »
The code section you cite has nothing to do with the requirement to file a personal income tax return. O.C.G.A. § 5-42.1 refers to ad valorem tax on personal property (other than motor vehicles, trailers and mobile homes). The relevant code section for income tax is O.C.G.A. § 48-7-50, which says...Read more »
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