This is a form used by the county and state to close the case. Depending on where you file, the clerk may ask for it at the beginning or end of the divorce. The clerk should have the form available for you.
I do NOT need representation on this issue. I need clarification on a Georgia code issue. If someone takes photographs of small children (some naked), places sexually explicit captions on the photos, then sends the captioned photos via cell phone to friends for "laughs," is this legal in Georgia?
I had briefly left my home after consuming 2 beers. As I was pulling back into my driveway, a state patrol pulled me over for a faulty headlight.After performing several roadside breathalizers and one field sobriety test, I was placed under arrest for suspicion of DUI.I repeatedly told the officer... Read more »
Depends on what the responding officers determine to be the facts and circumstances after investigating at the scene. It is a definite possibility, if you both were physical, and the officers cannot determine who is more culpable of being the aggressor. Happens all the time.
We both live in GA. I am in Douglas County. He is in jail in Hancock County. We have been separated since 2009. We have children but they are in the custody of my sister to whom I pay child support. I am at a loss as to how and where to begin this process.
Begin by finding a divorce attorney. S/he should start by asking your spouse to sign uncontested papers. If that does not work, a contested divorce gets filed. Your divorce attorney will be able to get you a divorce regardless of your spouses incarceration.
My ex wife and I were divorced and then got back together and lived together ... This past week she gained access to my email accounts unknowly to me and found some emails she didn't like ... We have since split back up and she is demanding back child support ... All my pervious pay checks... Read more »
You should contact a competent divorce attorney right away. The outcome will depend on the specific language of your divorce decree, but certainly one could make the argument that your deposits into joint checking represented at least some, if not all, of your support obligation. Also, she may have...Read more »
All depends on what your divorce decree states. Most only require non-custodial parent to pay child support until the child turns 18 or graduates from high school, and in some cases continue to pay up to age 20 if child is still in high school. College expense payments must be specified in your...Read more »
He reported income that I had not received since a year prior and at the time I had no income. Then his lawyer changed the court date and I didn't receive the notice until the afternoon of the court date which had been that morning, meaning I didn't show up, he got full custody, and I was... Read more »
Need more info. Judges usually rely on Domestic Relations Financial Affidavits to determine income for child support, and the income from the affidavits (which must be filed by husband and wife) get transposed onto the child support worksheets. It sounds like you were pro se. Were you? Depending...Read more »
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