I WOULD ASSUME FOREVER. IF THE LICENSE IS SUSPENDED, YOU WILL HAVE TO APPLY FOR A NEW ONE. WHENEVER YOU APPLY, THE ARREARAGE WILL COME UP AND LIKELY DENY YOUR APPLICATION. PLEASE NOTE THOUGH, I AM PRETTY MUCH GUESSING AS TO YOUR ACTUAL SITUATION. TO PROTECT YOURSELF, YOU SHOULD MEET WITH AN...Read more »
My daughter, not married to either father, was wild as a teen. She dropped 2 kids off to me we they were born. I retained custody of the last one about 4 years ago. I obtained guardianship until 18 for each of them.
YOU WILL NEED PERMISSION FROM THE COURT TO DO THIS. AS AN ALTERNATIVE, YOU MIGHT WANT TO MEET WITH AN ADOPTION ATTORNEY WHO COULD DISCUSS THE PROS AND CONS OF ADOPTING THE CHILDREN. GEERALALY SPEAKING, IF YOU ADOPT THEM, YOU WOULD NOT NEED ANYONE'S PERMISSION TO MOVE THEM WHEREVER YOU WANTED.
Furthermore as a violent man held her beyond will and beat her and had her arrested . Lady has 3 children and now away from harm need a chance to start her life now without the terrioristic drama he put her through
UNFORTUNATELY, YOU HAVE TOO MANY DIFFERENT ISSUES IN YOUR QUESTION. NOBODY HERE WILL BE ABLE TO PROVIDE A RELEVANT RESPONSE TO ANY OF THEM. THE OVERALL BEST ADVICE YOU WILL REVCEIVE HERE IS TO MEET WITH AN ATTORNEY SO THAT ALL THE ISSUES CAN BE SORTED AND DISCUSSED.
AQHA (American Quarter Horse Association) transfer papers were signed by parent & filled out by the "new owner"; although, the AQHA would not accept the transfer of ownership since the transfer papers were not signed by the owner, who is 10 years old. More details can be provided, if needed.
IN TRUTH, THE 10 YEAR OLD IS A MINOR CHILD. MINORS BY LAW CANNOT CONTRACT WITH OTHER PARTIES, CANNOT OWN REAL PROPERTY (PER SE IN THEIR NAME), ETC. THIS ISSUE RECENTLY CAME UP IN ONE OF MY DIVORCE CASES; WHAT TO DO WITH "THE HORSE SITUATION?" THE AQHA IS ALLOWED TO MAKE THEIR OWN...Read more »
If the axle for trailer has been removed and the trailer is now "seated," it is considered to be real property (like land, house, etc.) and no longer personal property. You did not provide many facts in your question. Accordingly, you should meet with a real estate attorney to confirm...Read more »
YOU WILL NEED TO MEET WITH A REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY IN YOUR AREA TO DISCUSS THIS. DEPENDING ON THE CIRCUMSTANCES, THERE MAY A QUICKER WAY TO DO THIS OR NOT. IF NOT, YOU WILL NEED TO FILE A QUIET TITLE ACTION (BILL QUIA TIMET - IF YOU WANT TO LOOK IT UP). YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO COMPLETE THIS BY...Read more »
I purchased a home with a renovated kitchen that was not done correctly. The kitchen island is too big (about 2-3 times larger than a normal one) and it's causing the kitchen floor to sag and dip. There was no permit on file when I checked recently. However, the disclosure agreement the seller... Read more »
On any given day, any person can sue another person for any reason. That said, it says nothing about being successful in the lawsuit. You should meet with an attorney who can review your documents and ask additional questions. Only after that can you expect a viable response.
We had to stop our neighbor from digging a trench to drain the sewage from their home into our intermittent creek. Our question is, what can the county do about a situation such as this one? Can they condemn the home if the owner refuses to find a way to control the sewage coming from his home.
Your time might be better spent by contacting the Georgia Department of Natural Resources to report this matter; the Environmental Protection Division (EPD) in particular. It is usually taken as a serious matter.
I was trying to help a friend that is going thru this with his ex wife and their son and wasn't aware that there isn't any "paperwork" that could be filled out for this, I have found documents for other states that can be submitted with an answer to the petition of a name change... Read more »
GA (and most states) does not simply provide "paperwork" to contest anything. The fact that you are asking this question says to us all that you would/could not be able to fill it out correctly even if you had the paperwork. There could be many reasons for and ways the other parent...Read more »
I urge you to do absolutely nothing until you have met and discussed this situation with a criminal defense attorney. Be giving ANY information, you may be be saying things that will get you arrested and worse. Speak with an attorney first.
Every time my boyfriend's baby mother gets mad at him she doesn't let him see his son, she controls everything and he doesn't know what to do because he feels like he has no choice or control even though it's his child as well
I was the primary custodian in the divorce proceedings and primary decision maker. Outside of the agreement I allowed for my son to live with his dad. No paperwork has changed our initial agreement. Now he's 15 and I want him back. Do I still have rights? Can I just go get him after he's... Read more »
I strongly recommend that you speak with a Georgia attorney about this personally. We will not be able to give you step by step advice with the little information you have provided. I strongly urge you to get counsel first before you do anything. You will need to coordinate the retrieval of your...Read more »
I had sole custody of my daughter. With no report of concern on myself but with the other parent making false accusations against me case worker changed custody over to ex and then gave him permission to leave the state with her. Since then he went to file for emergency custody in new state and was... Read more »
Clearly, you have much going on here. We will never be able to address your concerns because everything depends on...well, everything else. You are in need of legal counsel fast. You really needed an attorney long ago before all this happened. Get one now.
I filed a petition to change child custody (my ex has primary, I want 50/50 as circumstances have changed). I provided text message screenshots between the two of us that clearly backed up the claims I was making; however, he and his attorney filed a response that said all the screenshots were... Read more »
Since you already have an attorney, we cannot provide any advice for you. You should speak with your attorney regarding your questions here. Your attorney is the only attorney that knows what is actually going on from a legal standpoint.
There is no law that says a person is too old or too sick to execute a Will. The key issue is whether the person is actually Compos Mentis (of "sound mind" or "...having a mastery of one's mind.") and not Non Compos Mentis (not of "sound mind" or "...NOT...Read more »
I have owned a self storage facility in Georgia for years and have never held an auction. Our contract was pulled straight from Ga code title 10-4-213, stating we will dispose of the contents if customer is in default. (We always allow 60 days before sending out certified letters or e-mails... Read more »
Your new manager may be correct. Make sure that you are reading the 2021 version of the OFFICIAL CODE OF GEORGIA ANNOTATED. If you remain uncertain after reading the newest language, you should probably meet with a business law attorney who can assist you in understanding your legal obligations.
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