There are no kids involved only thing I have is my house that's been in my name and a car thats in both our names But she doesn't want neither one. Also she went to a different stateShe left with no warning She doesn't even want to work on it And neither do I
You can file for a divorce in Georgia. If you and your wife have reached an agreement on all the issues -- how to divide up the assets, debts, personal property, and the house -- then you both can sign a detailed settlement agreement that memorializes the terms of the agreement and file it with...Read more »
We have a son together that she has made no effort to contact since middle of Sept 2020. We habe been separated for a year. I got him due to her using drugs right after the separation. I know that most likely an attorney will have to get involved. Id just like to know the quickest way to get this... Read more »
You must do a diligent search for her address...contact family members, hire a private process server to perform a skip trace, send an email, text or social media message to ask her for her address, or it may be as simple as calling her and asking her to sign an Acknowledgment and Waiver of Service...Read more »
It depends on your status. If you have never obtained a court order that outlines your parental and custodial rights and you were never married to the Mother of your child, in Georgia you will need to immediately file a petition for legitimation with the Superior Court and ask for custody of your...Read more »
*Assets earned or obtained during the non-custodial parents new marriage. This is in regards to a contempt case being brought upon the custodial parent for denial of visitation with the expectation that she will retaliate by asking for more money( in the state of georgia)
The ex spouse’s rights regarding any assets from the divorce should be already spelled out in the divorce decree. But once the court divided up the assets and property in the divorce, that’s it. After a divorce is finalized the court cannot re-determine a division of assets and property....Read more »
If your ex is behind in his court-ordered child support or alimony payments, you will need to file a contempt action against him in the Court that issued the order. It is not clear who you are referring to by stating "they say no updates." If you are referring to child support services,...Read more »
It is not quite clear what you are asking. The IRS allows the custodial parent to claim the minor child on his/her taxes. The custodial parent is the parent who has the child more nights during the year than the other parent. However, the custodial parent can agree to allow the non-custodial parent...Read more »
She has lived with me 4 years now because her parents were homeless. They moved to a different state and they took their 6 year old son but they left her here with me. She is very depressed and she asked for help with this so the doctor sent a referral for a therapist we went to the first... Read more »
If her parents are objecting to officially giving you custody of your niece, you should consider talking to them about getting temporary guardianship of your niece so that you can obtain the necessary medical and therapy treatments for her. They should be willing to agree to this since...Read more »
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