Anytime you are subpoenaed you have to produce what they are asking for. If you have to go to court you may want to work with an attorney to ensure your interests are being taken into consideration. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
my son is filing for divorce by filling out forms online to be prepared by a legal aide. The questioner ask about dependant children. However, the child is currently in the custody of the state as the department of children and family services removed him from the home. Do I need to include an... Read more »
Will you have custody of the child again? Or will the state be retaining custody? Without knowing the specifics of your case it’s difficult to provide you with guidance. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
My son was hit by a vehicle. Since then i have maybe seen him twice. She tricked me into signing temporary guardianship. She is denying me phone conversations and visits. No legal reason. She is in contempt of court in another county for my other son.
I am dropping a temporary guardianship my sister has in ga. I have legal custody by the state of California and still get child support. My daughter is currently in Arizona visiting her dad and grandparents, I want her to stay there until I have this dropped. My sister will contest it , I have no... Read more »
Providing you are her custodial parent then you can make that decision. You may want to consult with an attorney for further clarification on the specifics of your case. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
The situation I was involved in was a complete mistake. I had just gotten out of the mental hospital 2 days prior to the incident for an attempted suicide. I was in a state of psychosis. What will happen to me on my court date? What should I do and or prepare for?
We would not be able to tell you what is going to happen to your case once you go to court. You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and then provide you with guidance. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
When my son was struck by a vehicle, my ex step mom tricked me into signing temporary guardianship. Since then i have maybe seen him twice. She is denying me phone conversations and visits. She is in contempt of court in another county for my other son. The paperwork does not say that i can not... Read more »
If the spouse that has ownership refuses to refinance to remove the other parties name, what can be done? Also in 2014 the ownership added another person to a separate quit claim deed but not mortgage. What do i do to remove myself from financial responsibilities.
Parenting plan reads "notify other parent of out of state travel fifteen days prior unless emergency or spontaneous road trip”. I haven’t even confirmed the trip but informed the other parent that I’m considering traveling and it is currently eight days out. Is there a timeframe for... Read more »
If your parenting plan says you have to give 15 days notification and there is no clause for spontaneous travel, then you would need to give the 15 days notice. If it’s not possible you may want to speak to the other parent about it and work it out amicably. Without seeing your parenting plan we...Read more »
What’s the purpose of including actual dates of when alimony payments are due and the end of the grace period in divorce decree’s? Payment’s, like bills, are usually due the first of every month and are usually late by the middle of every month. Why include specifics, allowing recipient’s... Read more »
My ex wife filed for divorce from me while I was incarcerated and won. I’ve always questioned his paternity based on her infidelity, but I know he needs a good dad. Now I’m remarried and my ex is making my life hell. She won’t allow me to see him, but receives child support. I don’t know... Read more »
We would need to know the details of your case in order to provide you specific guidance. You may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and provide you with direction. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
I want to cancel it without her permission. She is lying and being deceitful saying I signed my rights but the paper is temporary guardianship and I want my daughter back. I think she tried to file for child support when I already have an open case and seemed custodial parent in another state. What... Read more »
You do have the right to end the temporary guardianship and get your child back. You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and help you plan the proper course of action to address the situation. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
My daughter kicked her husband out of the home back in December due to violence I’m the sole care taker of my daughter and kids this man does not pay support or help with any thing these children he drinks and does drugs doesn’t have a home or job he calls her daily making threats he will have... Read more »
Until she divorces him, he has equal rights to the children. So he can come and take them, just as she can take them. It would be wise of her to consult with an attorney about her options to move forward with a divorce if that is the direction she wants to go in. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq....Read more »
Duplicate question... Until she divorces him, he has equal rights to the children. So he can come and take them, just as she can take them. It would be wise of her to consult with an attorney about her options to move forward with a divorce if that is the direction she wants to go in. -Homer P....Read more »
I agree with my colleagues. The house is going to be considered marital asset, so you have the right to be there. If you sue for divorce at this time, she will not be able to remove you from the insurance until it is final. You should consult with an attorney who can help you with your case. -Homer...Read more »
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