Questions Answered by P. Justin Thrailkill

Q: DFACS gave me my kids from their mother we had a temporary stay order and the mom never came back to get them and we’ve

4 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody and Child Support for Georgia on
Answered on May 9, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
You may need to file for an adoption in Superior Court. That will not get you support, but it will clear up any chance she may interfere with them in the future.
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Q: In Georgia can court order that the spouse gets the house with their name not on the deed/mortgage?who pays the mortgage

2 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Georgia on
Answered on May 8, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
The Court is likely going to require the person keeping the house to refinance the mortgage in their name alone. If they cannot do that, they'll sell the house to clear it from everyone's name.
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Q: How does a man divorce his wife if been separated for 6 yrs and live in different states and havent spoke or seen each

3 Answers | Asked in Divorce and Constitutional Law for Georgia on
Answered on May 8, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
Try to contact her and see if she'll sign papers. If she won't, contact an attorney where she lives and file for divorce.
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Q: My divorce was filed and granted in Cherokee county alabama. We agreed to jointy custody. That worked for a few years.

2 Answers | Asked in Child Custody and Child Support for Georgia on
Answered on May 8, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
Contact an attorney in Alabama and discuss it with them. This will depend on Alabama civil procedure as to what county it is in.
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Q: I'm a unemployed dad in school. My wife wants to get divorced asap, if we get divorced do I have any rights to my kids?

3 Answers | Asked in Divorce and Child Custody for Georgia on
Answered on May 7, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
You would have rights to your children in a divorce. You need to consult with an attorney and discuss your options with them.
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Q: Is probation a option for second family violence battery charge?

1 Answer | Asked in Domestic Violence for Georgia on
Answered on May 7, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
That's up to the court. You need to focus on hiring an attorney to defend you.
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Q: Can I get my son back if I gave my mother temporary guardianship out of court?

2 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Georgia on
Answered on May 7, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
You need to file to terminate the guardianship in probate court. If they object the court will set it for a hearing to determine what should happen.
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Q: What might the outcome be?

3 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Family Law and Domestic Violence for Georgia on
Answered on May 7, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
Contact an attorney specializing in criminal defense.
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Q: Is pushing my spouse one time considered domestic violence?

3 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Domestic Violence for Georgia on
Answered on May 7, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
Yes, pushing your spouse is an act of domestic violence.
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Q: If the legal guardian of a child was dropped off and left without any assistance would that fall under neglect?

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Georgia on
Answered on May 4, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
Call DFCS. This is your only option if you can't care for the child and the legal guardian refuses to do so.
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Q: My trustee refuses to talk to me and im the main beneficiary of my fathers will but have been given nothing! Help!!!

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Georgia on
Answered on May 4, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
Talk to a local attorney. I don't know how to help you because I need more information than what you've provided.
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Q: Divorce without Minor children

4 Answers | Asked in Child Custody, Divorce and Family Law for Georgia on
Answered on May 4, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
No, you still have children. The agreement just needs to include provisions for custody, visitation, and support. If you agree on these things, put them in the papers. I'd suggest you let an attorney handle this for you so that this doesn't create issues for you down the road.
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Q: My spouse is in jail for aggravated assault family violence will b able to get out

1 Answer | Asked in Domestic Violence for Georgia on
Answered on Apr 27, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
Not likely getting out any time soon. He needs to retain counsel and discuss the issue with them.
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Q: My Husband is in Ft. Riley Ks, for the Army. I found out he has a live in gf of 2 yes. Can I get allamony? Won't pay cc

2 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Georgia on
Answered on Apr 27, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
No way to tell based on the limited facts you've given us. Schedule an appointment with attorney to address this issue in more detail.
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Q: A lawsuit is dropped by Petitioner, but there are motions for contempt against the Petitioner, are there consequences?

2 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Georgia on
Answered on Apr 26, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
Unless there is a counterclaim, and these motions are filed on the counterclaim, no.
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Q: Is there a guide to show me how to file child abandonment charges with out a lawyer?

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody, Child Support and Family Law for Georgia on
Answered on Apr 26, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
Why do you need to file child abandonment charges? If you are looking to get paid the support you are entitled to, you need to go through DCSS or hire an attorney to file for support.
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Q: I’m going through a divorce because my husband hit me, and we have a child together. Do I have to give him my address?

3 Answers | Asked in Child Support, Criminal Law, Divorce and Family Law for Georgia on
Answered on Apr 26, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
Not necessarily. If you are concerned about putting it in the pleadings, you may want to hire an attorney so they put their address in the pleadings.
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Q: Just had a baby with my boyfriend but dfcs won't let us go home. Want to know can they do that?

2 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Georgia on
Answered on Apr 26, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
You need to discuss this with your attorney who knows your case better than we do. If you don't have one, you need to get one.
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Q: Will we get to see him when she files for child support? Shes located in georgia we are in fl.

2 Answers | Asked in Child Support and Family Law for Georgia on
Answered on Apr 26, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
Dependents can play a small role in determination of child support, so long as he is legally obligated to support them or they are his children. Ms. Coleman is correct, the father will need to bring a private legitimation action if he wants visitation and custody rights.
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Q: If my vehicle has only front seats and the airbag is disabled, is it legal to place a rear-facing car seat in front?

1 Answer | Asked in Car Accidents and Family Law for Georgia on
Answered on Apr 25, 2018
P. Justin Thrailkill's answer
You should NEVER EVER EVER put a rear facing carseat in the front seat. That is just plain common sense, regardless of what the law says.
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