Boyfriend pays child support on a kid where it was court order without him knowing and does not have any say so or rights to the child and wants more visitation time with the child. The child has neither parents last name.
It is best to contact an attorney. Contact Atlanta Legal Aid or Georgia Legal Services to determine if you qualify for their services. They offer legal representation at no cost to individuals with low or no income.
If you do not qualify for their services, feel free to contact us. We will...Read more »
Arrested for felony possession charge as a passenger in a parked car. Held in confinement for two days without a phone call or any information as to what was happening, then I got booked and put in population. I was looking at my record and it says I was arrested the 31st and booked the 31st.. why... Read more »
In June 2015, Walmart security took me to the back room where I was belittled, and accused of shoplifting, but they couldn’t find anything that I had supposedly stolen, so I stood up to leave, but was shoved back into the seat and sat on by one young man while another twisted my left arm around... Read more »
No, it is not. Under O.C.G.A. 16-5-5(3)(b), any person with actual knowledge that a person intends to commit suicide who knowingly and willingly assists such person in the commission of such person’s suicide shall be guilty of a felony. And, under Georgia law, “assists” means the act of...Read more »
I was questioned about a shoplifting incident that occurred in December. The officers said I was identified on video surveillance. I absolutely did not commit this crime. My cell phone was also confiscated without a search warrant. I know I need an attorney but I can’t afford one. Do you have any... Read more »
You do need to contact an attorney as soon as possible. If you haven’t been officially charged, you cannot request a public defender. It is not recommended that you wait until then, especially if you believe your constitutional rights have been violated.
More information is needed before an accurate answer can be provided. Have you legitimated? Is there a visitation agreement/schedule? It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your case.
There’s some name as witness but I’ve never heard of this man before in my life needless to say I’m clueless of the charges against me I’ve been an electrician for 17 years fully employed I have no criminal history outside of traffic violations
The answer is yes, at 3 you and your son would be required to provide DNA samples. However, even with positive DNA, Georgia will not recognize you as his legal father. The next step would be legitimation. This is where your legal rights to the child will be secured. It is best to contact an...Read more »
sold a vehicle that had a title lien on it. Satisfied the lien person received title registered in her name and almost a year later the title pawn repossessed the vehicle . Stating I did not pay them. State gave a true bill on it charging me with Theft by deception. They offered me 5 years prison... Read more »
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