Ms. Edwards is correct. If you believe your child will somehow be in danger as a result of this move, you can petition the Court for a modification of custody which may alleviate the issue. Always speak with a competent attorney before you do anything.
She is now a board member. I filed a incident report 1 5 yrs ago. She trespassed into my home and lectured the laborers about parking. I was told about it when I came home from laborers. Can I still take legal action against her?
Sorry, but you have not provided near enough information. First, your question states this occurred 15 (?) years ago. Did you mean 1.5 years ago? What do laborers have to do with the situation? Most important question of all would be --- How were you harmed by any of this? It appears that you...Read more »
Meet with a real estate attorney and retain him/her to draft, file and serve the appropriate documentation. you will not be able to complete this on your own. It is highly likely you will also face having to pay the other side's attorney fees if you proceed.
My daughter has her fathers last name. She’s 6 months old and he hasn’t been involved since she was around 3 weeks old. I went to the Probate court office in my city and they told me that me and him would have to both sign since he’s on her birth certificate but he won’t sign even though... Read more »
Lies he told me prior to our marriage: He has 2 biological minor children (not by me) and he does not pay child support. He does not make the income he told me he made. His credit score is below 500 and he lied about that. Without my knowledge, he recently paid his personal bills with my credit... Read more »
I was talking to the manager about leasing my horse. She said she’d be happy to help me out. All the sudden I go to the barn and I’m told I can’t do anything with my horse because she is leased on a contract I’ve never signed or read. She is also making money off this contract which I feel... Read more »
You have asked about this issue many times in different ways. Honestly? The best thing you can do to help yourself is to meet with a family law attorney. In that meeting, the attorney can ask you questions which will present your overall situation and allow the attorney to present an overall...Read more »
It is difficult to provide a dependable response given that we have very few facts of the case in your question. Sitting down and speaking with a custody attorney will always be your best course of action.
That said, if I have read your question as you intended it, you would not...Read more »
I went to jail in 2017 for battery and cruelty to children 3rd degree where all I did was move the child out of the way so she wouldn't be hurt a cps worker came to the jail to talk with me and I never heard anything else from it I'm wanting to know how can I find out if they did charge... Read more »
I am biological mom and kept contact since they had been taken and they have endure mental and physical abuse I report it but no help..she even says if I pay the 5000.00 to her she will sign them over and it's against the law. She kicked them out for eating food and she has done this many... Read more »
I am in OK. My ex is in GA (where our divorce was, but he's in a different county). My oldest son went to live with him and I kept my youngest so we had new papers drawn up. The support order was calculated on both of our incomes of course but as mine was lower, the order only shows that he... Read more »
The best advice is always going to be: "Use an attorney." I'm not sure how the attorney was at fault in your question. If the child support order had been signed, the case was, in effect, over. The attorney would not do anything else once the case was over. If you are stating...Read more »
I have been in Cobb County, Georgia since January 4, 2020, taking care of my 87 year old mother. She is in an assisted living facility in Marietta, Georgia I can no longer afford to pay rent for a place to stay. My spouse and I are separated at the present time, and he deeded a single family home... Read more »
The GA homestead exemptions process can be a little confusing for some. I have provided the web address to the State's website on the matter. Each county may have its own variations though. You are going to need to study it to understand it better....Read more »
Whether / and/or when the developer must turn over the development to the owners is set forth in the initial declaration of covenants and restrictions (C&R). As long as the declaration was recorded properly on the deed records of the county, the owners are deemed to have purchased with full...Read more »
In other words, please confirm if an LLC who was properly served with process to the registered agent (who is not an attorney) by court order, needs to hire an Attorney to "Answer" a counterclaim lawsuit as a Third Party Defendant. And please confirm if there is any Georgia State law... Read more »
in our divorce decree my exes boyfriend is not allowed contact with our children, but after the divorce they get married does that make it o.k. for him to be around our kids? In context the decree only allows for visitation at my ex- mother-in-laws house, to avoid there being contact, he is a... Read more »
If it is in the decree then no. The man should not be around the children. Please meet with a family law attorney first (!) before trying to do something on your own. This situation can be tricky and turn ugly very quickly. Good luck!
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