You need to schedule a consultation with an attorney in Georgia and let them know everything you know about this case, including why she is in the group home and what happened to your parents. The answer to your question could be a number of things, but no one can properly advise you without all...Read more »
There is a great deal more information that an attorney would need to be able to answer your question. You need to reach out to an attorney and schedule a consultation to discuss your case and your options going forward.
You would have to be served with notice of the Court date. If you are concerned you did not get notice, contact the Court where the action is filed and ask the clerk if a hearing has been scheduled in your case. You'll need to give them the case number.
First, don't put your name and contact information in this forum. This is not for the solicitation of business and putting this information on a public forum could negatively impact any case you may have.
As far as your question, it sounds like a complicated situation. If the child...Read more »
I have 3 kids ages 18 16 and 11 the one 18 fixing to emancipate but I was told by friends it doesn’t matter my child support payments will stay the same until my last child graduate is that true? It been 3 years do you think I need to go for a review
It depends on your order and how it is written. Even if the order doesn't automatically reduce support, you still have the ability to file for a modification of support once the 18 year old emancipates. You can apply to modify through the local child support office at a nominal cost if you...Read more »
My son was shaken in 2017 CPS took my kids and opened a case on me. It was found I didn’t have anything to do with it or know about it. It was found I was a work at the time. They charge me with failure to protect and Child in danger meant. After finding out I was innocent My case remained open.... Read more »
What are you trying to do? Are you wanting the case reopened? If so, why? It sounds like the previous case was dismissed. If this case never reached court, it likely never made it past the investigation stage. If the investigation found you were not responsible, the case would be closed. If...Read more »
Yes, you can. That may make you feel better about it, but the bigger issue is getting paid. If he's incarcerated on child abandonment charges, how can he earn money to pay you? The Court will likely incarcerate him for contempt anyway. Depending on the county, they can put him on work...Read more »
If you filed through the child support office, there is nothing for you to do other than show up and provide any documentation they ask for. The case is brought in the name of the child, so, technically, it is out of your hands at this point.
The woman is bipolar, manipulates ex wife and has had violent outbursts at work The husband hacked into my laptop, email accounts, travel, Expedia, HSA account, mobile phone account and printed all of this. He has also planted spy cameras in ex wife's home, office and filed a TPO on his 15... Read more »
Personal issues between you and these people is not going to be enough to prevent them from babysitting. If you have genuine concerns for your child's safety in the care of these people, you may want to talk to counsel about filing for a modification of custody and visitation and asking a...Read more »
just doesnt want to be married anymore , it's his 5th marriage and my first ...a total of 5 years 4 months weve been married ...I gave up my car for his new truck , he let the new truck get repossessed, now I have no car or truck ! He wants me to sign off on deed and walk away, do I have any... Read more »
That's a broad question. Their obligation is to protect children, which is to say that they have no obligation to you or your rights. If you are involved in a case with DFCS, you need to contact an attorney so that you know your rights.
The executor is responsible for administering the will and distributing property pursuant to the will after paying off the debts of the estate. Pension and life insurance would not likely pass through the probate process, as you can typically assign death beneficiaries for those. You can contact...Read more »
In 2015 I let the child move with her father until i got myself back on my feet, i send father a notarize letter saying to keep her 2017, in 2016 he send me a document called Legitimation form; i volunteer sign it Because he needed to register the child in school and doctors. Is been 3 years i... Read more »
He has to serve you, so if that doesn't happen he's not getting an order. If you suspect there may have been some fraud, you need to go to the clerk's office and check the records to make sure there isn't an order there with your name on it. If you can confirm the order was...Read more »
I definitely have a case here, I simply cannot afford representation at this moment, at least not all at one time. I start a new job as soon as this case is resolved that will afford me to pay for a private attorney. I am 38 years old, and a victim of repeat abuse from my daughter's father,... Read more »
You can trust the public defender. I will tell you that you aren't the first I've heard make those allegations against DeKalb DFCS. Right or wrong, you will have the opportunity to address these allegations in court. Take advantage of the ability to have a public defender. If you are...Read more »
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