I have no legal representation
answered on Nov 22, 2021
If you file your Answer and Counterclaim in person then you do not have to pay any fees. If you file your Answer and Counterclaim via PeachCourt or E-File Georgia you will have to pay processing fees once to use the portal and no additional fees after that.
I am the alleged father of a month old child. I am not on the birth certificate. I had filed a complaint for paternity and motion for genetics test last month. Recently, I received a letter stating that they can not proceed with the case until I fill out a financial affidavit. Is that necessary... Read more »
answered on Nov 8, 2021
Yes, in any case involving children and/or family legal issues a Domestic Financial Affidavit is required.
My estranged husband stated I should be the one to file divorce even though I didn't want a divorce, because if he files I'd be entitled to more support from him or something. Is this true?
answered on Nov 2, 2021
It does not make a difference who files first in the divorce action, it does not mean one party will have preferential treatment over the other party.
I have a girlfriend and she doesn't like that I am with somebody else, I've never brought my son around her and she is no danger to him, but every time my sons mom get mad she says I can't see my son and I don't know what to do about it I feel like I have no control over the... Read more »
answered on Oct 19, 2021
In order for you to have any legal rights to your son, you will have to file a Petition for Legitimation.
I have to answer this before the end of august
answered on Aug 12, 2021
This is a Georgia state statute located in the Official Code of Georgia Annotated. This provision states the following
"(13) The marriage is irretrievably broken. Under no circumstances shall the court grant a divorce on this ground until not less than 30 days from the date of service... Read more »
She a restraining order against her husband he cant even see his kids while she has another man living in his home
answered on Jul 12, 2021
I agree with my colleague. He should file for divorce and ask for parenting time. He must still abide by the conditions of his TPO. If he doesn't it could jeopardize his future parenting time.
answered on Jul 2, 2021
No, you just need to indicate that it is a divorce Petition and the statutory grounds for the divorce. A few examples are are irreconcilable differences, adultery, or cruel treatment. There are 13 total grounds for divorce.
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