My ex husband committed suicide on 6-28-2017. We had only been divorced two months. Our daughter is his only heir she was his only child. The day he died his mom let one of his ex girlfriends move into our family home, before she did his mom removed our safe and all his personal items from the home... Read more »
I’m sorry to hear about him committing suicide. It’s difficult to say without knowing the facts of the case. It would be wise to at least consult with a probate attorney who can review the facts of the case and present you with the options. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
You will most likely be reported as a runaway and if you are found you will be brought back to the foster home or to another one. If you are in a bad situation there you should speak with your case worker about it and see if there are other options. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
Divorce agreement when she was under 18? Paperwork doesn’t say I have to continue making payments on medical bills that occurred before 18. Can I stop making payments on medical bills now that is she 18?
Without seeing your order it’s difficult to say what you are still responsible for, if anything. However, if you were responsible for half of the medical bills until she turned 18, then it stands to reason that you would still need to pay your share for bills that came from before she turned 18....Read more »
You should call the police to address him physically harming you. You can also seek advice from a domestic abuse shelter. Consult with an attorney regarding the divorce so they can review the facts of the case and help you plan the proper course of action. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
My aunt has power of attorney over my grandmother who has dementia, but before my grandmother's mind got very bad she gave me her trailer that her and I are both living in. I have the title, I help take care of my grandmother's needs while she lives with me And basically I'm her... Read more »
What can she do to get out of her dad's house? She is 6 months from 18, would she be able to get emancipated quickly or should she try to choose to live with her mother instead? Her dad won't willing let either happen.
Has she discussed this with dad to see if he is willing to allow her to move in with her grandparents? I don’t know how long she has to wait until turning 18, but once she is 18 she will be able to leave and go live with them without having his permission. Getting emancipated can be difficult if...Read more »
Ex-husband has primary custody in a joint custody arrangement. He and the son live in Louisiana. She was to have sole custody before it was finalized. She let her son (5 or 6 at the time) spend a few months with Ex. He changed the papers and refused to bring son back because he didn't want to... Read more »
I agree with my colleagues, trying to do this without an attorney would be very difficult and you would likely not be successful. You should work with an attorney who can help you plan the proper course of action. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
There is no way to know what will happen with custody without knowing the details of the case. This is something that a judge will decide after reviewing the facts of the case. If you are not working with an attorney it would be a good idea to do so. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
Do I still need his permission to do this? He’s violent and very aggressive, however, he has been absent for a while so I’m not 100% sure how he would react I just don’t want to chance a bad reaction or putting myself/ child in harms way
I have a case that has many faces: active divorce Since 2016, proposed settlement presented July 8, 2016, final judgment on July 14, 2016, after mediation and consent order signed by judge Feb 9, 2016. My X bringing contempt charges for incurring debt on credit cards. It was mutual and nothing was... Read more »
taker. As time goes by, I have uncovered many lies, morally and financially, that I have been told. I am seeking a divorce. We have no children together. We live in a home that was purchased after we got married but, the home is in his name only. Since I am currently unemployed, I cannot afford an... Read more »
Until you are 18 you won’t be able to choose where you live. You will be reported as a runaway and will likely be taken back to foster care if/when you are caught. If you have a job and are able to care for yourself you may want to look into becoming emancipated. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq....Read more »
If you have lived in Georgia for at least the last six months then you can apply here. You should consult with an attorney who can help you with the proper course of action. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
legally the father had is name changed around the time my son was born but he never changed it on his license so he signed the birth certificate using his old name. Can the birth certificate be voided because thats a legal document that he purposely lied on. I don't want to go to court but I... Read more »
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