Were you married to the child’s mother or have you legitimized the child? If not, then you have no legal rights at this point. You will need to work with an attorney to legitimize the child so that you can gain rights to see her. Then if the mother denies it she will be in contempt. Consult with...Read more »
I had my baby when I was still a minor and we’re not nor ever were married. He didn’t wanna sign the birth certificate since the baby didn’t get his last name so he’s not even on his certificate. He barley sees him and doesn’t contribute towards him at all. As of now it’s just taking... Read more »
You should be seeking child support. Cutting contact isn’t likely, since you had a child with this person. If you keep your child from seeing his father that will have a negative impact on him. At this point, the father has no legal rights to the child. He only will when and if he decides to...Read more »
It’s usually better to wait until the divorce is final before making a purchase like this. That will protect you from it being considered a marital asset and you having to split it with your husband. You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case and help you with...Read more »
I am her daughter and I've been caring for her for approximately a year I live out of state, and she's not wanting to move with me up to Knoxville because she's 93 years old and bedridden. I'd like to know if I can legally sell the house to pay for an assisted living place for... Read more »
Me and my husband have been separated and he knows the child isn't his in the state of Georgia do you need a childs information for a divorce even if we were separated when the child was conceived? Needing to know asap
I agree with my colleague. If you were not married when the child was born and he hasn’t legally legitimized him then you wouldn’t need to. You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case in detail and provide you with guidance.
They are from another country..they are abusive to me in front of my son and husband ..if I let my spouse know I am leaving with my son and take my son to my mothers home can I get a restraining order if he threatens me? What about a good behavior warrant in GA?
At this point, you both have equal custody of the child. He can also take the child. You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and provide you with guidance.
It would be a good idea to work with an attorney. Consult with one who can review the facts of your case in detail and provide you with guidance. Most offer a free initial consultation. You may be able to have him pay for your attorney fees.
I agree with my colleague. It’s not likely that the court would grant visitorship. You may want to try and reach out to the child’s mother and see if you can come to an agreement to be able to see the child.
My husband told me he met someone on line and gave away thousands of dollars to her. He refused to tell me anything else about this. I had his email password prior to this because I sometimes utilized his computer and watched him put his password in. I went into his email in order to protect my... Read more »
I agree with my colleague. We would need more information about the facts of your case in order to provide you with guidance on this issue. Ask your attorney about it. If you are not working with an attorney it would be a good idea consider doing so.
Your post is kind of confusing. It sounds like you are caring for the child, but asking if you can see the child. You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the case in detail and present you with guidance.
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