Neighbor and I got into an altercation where I was the victim and was injured. I called the cops and they came and got statements from me and him as well as his parents who lived across the street. They sided with him even though saw me pinned on the ground in a puddle of wood glue he had thrown.... Read more »
Was she listed as the beneficiary on the policy? If she was then there will not be anything you can do to change that fact. If they were going through marital problems this is something your dad would have needed to change before he passed away.
I live in and filed in Gwinnett County Georgia. My to be ex-spouse doesn't want to show up for court since they live out of state. We filed an uncontested divorce with a separation agreement. If they don't show up, would that mean they only waive their right or would it mean... Read more »
My daughter in law has been married three other times, when they filled out for the marriage licenses she didn’t use her legal last name of her third husband, she used her second Married last name and then only put down that she has been married only twice.
My granddaughter's mother is denying me visitation with my granddaughter whom I have been taking care of since she was born (6yrs). I have the forms to file a petition to the courts but I'm not sure if I need an attorney to file on my behalf.
My grandmother got custody of me when I was 7 months and (I'm 16 now). I've lived with my mom for the past three years and she always tells me I'm not going anywhere and that I can't go back and live with my grandma. I don't like being with my mom. I always hide my feelings... Read more »
My boyfriends exwife took out a criminal trespassing warrant on us because she got mad at him when he dropped off the kids. I wasn't there and was at work but my name was on it too. Can she do that? Can I press charges for this?
We have agreed mutually to get a divorce, we have no kids and do not have any desire to get attorneys involved. Are we able to file our own paperwork and make our own divorce settlement arrangement. We get along and have been able to list all of our assets and debts and are in agreement on how to... Read more »
If it’s uncontested you can certainly try to do it on your own. It may be difficult though and things can be overlooked. If you want to ensure everything is properly handed it’s best to work with an attorney.
What was it that the person lied about? We would need more information than this, as this is vague. The marriage may still be legal, but we’d need more details about what the lie was regarding. You could contact the county clerk to inquire about the legality of the license.
I heard nothing from them for 3 weeks now my kids come home from school telling me that defacs came to school . So icalled to find out what was going on .defacs told me I had to get my kids and go live somewhere else . What is my opinions
We would need more information about your specific case in order to provide you with guidance. You should consult with an attorney who can review the information in detail and present you with your options.
My son was taken from me his dad was in jail he's out now we are working caseplan with dfcs for our son I'm required to do six months of treatment or sober living his dad says they are telling him to rent a place to live so they can do the home evaluation and our son can go with him I was... Read more »
It would be difficult for us to provide you with guidance when we don’t know the facts of your case and what your contract with the attorney is. Take a look at your contract, or have another attorney review it, so you know what you are responsible for.
My son is with my family. They are not my biological family they have recently petitioned the court to adopt and accuse me of abandonment. I witnessed my child engaging in the act of sex with two members of the family and was afraid to tell anyone about it at first, but have called CPS and reported... Read more »
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