I was under a tpo from a prior domestic violence with the same person . while at work the mother of my child came up to my job and left our infant daughter after making a scene . she leaves and eventually proceeds to come back acting even more irrational hitting me and stuff .. I get my child put... Read more »
Normally the terms of your probation will dictate what is permitted . It may be best to consult his probation officer for clarity. And then there’s your discretion as a parent and what your son’s offense was. It may be best to have him avoid any appearance or opportunity for impropriety....Read more »
My husband and I got married over 4 yrs ago in Tennessee but my son and I reside in Georgia now. I'm on disability and I cant afford counsel but it's time to get on with our life. I also wondered if I could file for alimony by myself also. I haven't heard from my husband in over a year and my son... Read more »
With each other and we did not touch each other. Since we are married is there anything we can do to get the charges dropped. We were arguing over property. Side note neither of us have a record and both have good careers we don’t want to jeopardize.
Driver grabbed & pulled from his seat (others too), & yells at my child, humiliated, embarrassed, shamed, has had excessive/extreme behavioral "interventions" that are used for kids that are a threat to himself/others, Retaliated after a complaint by confronting child, told his punishment was due... Read more »
The answer to your question is yes under certain conditions. The DDS reduces reinstatement fees by 50% for drivers who certify their inability to pay the entire reinstatement fee based on answers from the Household Information section of the Pauper’s Affidavit. Please note, DDS does not offer the...Read more »
As a driver in Georgia living near a national cemetery, I meet funeral processions more often than drivers in other locations. The "custom" here is for oncoming traffic to stop -- sometimes pulling over, but sometimes in the travel lane -- until the procession is past. I know this is done in a... Read more »
Georgia law provides that funeral processions have the right of way at intersections, unless they are approached by an emergency vehicle or signaled by a law enforcement officer to let other vehicles pass. It is illegal to cut into a procession’s line of vehicles and to pass a procession on a...Read more »
The answer to your question is “it depends.” If you are concerned about any potential charges, it is best to consult an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your case. We are glad to assist you.
My file is now in the office of the bankruptcy trustee... I don’t understand.. the two are not connected.. is there anything I can do? I’m on disability due to multiple medical challenges and would love to have a little bit of light in my life before ... well.. I go
I had a former Social Security representative payee steal $30,084.20 from me, and the theft occurred from June 1, 2010-12/31/2011. I am also suing him for $25,000 in punitive damages for all the emotional distress and pain and suffering that he caused me as a result of his theft against me. I live... Read more »
Should the homeowners speak with attorney? This is violation of Georgia privacy act seeings as none of the homeowners gave consent to release personal account information, to include name and delinquent amounts. The next day HOA sent an email to apologize but the damage is done.
Not necessarily. However, it is important to contact an attorney who can provide you with a tailored response, in light of your specific circumstances. I think it is great that you all have been able to come up with solutions that work for the whole family, without court intervention....Read more »
There is a gang in the school were my son is getting bullied and harrassed. The leader of the gang keeps approaching him with treats of gang jumping him and fighting. The leader is 13 and the members are 12 or so. Can i press charges against him and the school since i have had a meeting with them... Read more »
The short answer is yes. However, it is important that you contact an attorney as soon as possible to discuss the specifics of your case. We are more than glad to assist you. Contact us whenever you are ready.
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