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 could expose yourself to being arrested for interference with custody if you take in a minor with permission of the parents. If the child needs help, you can contact authorities in your area who can investigate.
I have no biological ties to a child that I have cared for since her birth 11 years ago. Her mother has decided that she wants to remove her from my life? Do I have a case for visitation if I have proof that I have been providing care for all these years?
child support barely does anything. he owes $21,241.50 in back child support & would only pay to reinstate his license when he has to go to court. when he is arrested on other charges they hold him till he pays a certain amount. but now getting him served papers hasn't been successful. he... Read more »
Contempt case was a money judgement that was suppose to come from sale of home. Ex-spouse doesn't want to sign with realtor without listing home at unobtainable sale price and doesn't want the price to be drop in a timely manner. Do I have to file another contempt case or is the first... Read more »
we are both retired 100% disabled veterans I live in Columbus GA and she lives in Fayetteville NC she has 3 houses that she owns and 1 that we are both signed for ... I lost my left leg in 2018 and now live alone here in Columbus on Ft Benning we have been married since 1979 we devorced in 2005... Read more »
Unless he is a victim of domestic violence, and very low income, it is unlikely he will qualify for pro bono legal assistance. He can contact Atlanta Legal Aid or Georgia Legal Services to try to qualify.
He will not let us leave and believes that he is the "patarch” of the house and what he says goes. He has threatened to shoot my wife multiply times and he thinks it’s a joke what can I do because now we are leaving and he will not let us leave
My husband has been in and out of prison since January 2014. For drug charges, felon with possession of a firearm, he had several identification cards for different people, Stolen vehicle... i live in Georgia since January 2019. Our 2 children are 14 and 7. I want a divorce and the TDCJ says he... Read more »
Shes recently been diagnosed with stage 3 cancer and in chemo, radiation and has failing kidneys. She wants this done as well as a will immediately and as cheap as possible. So were trying to file this ourselves.
The father and I never married. He only signed an Acknowledgment of Paternity, but he never had my son legitimized. Would that give me the right to decide who is best for my special needs son? If not, what steps do I need to take? I could bring any proof, if needed on why my parents would be best... Read more »
No, you can't will a child to another person. Even if you have a document expressing your wishes, the father may attempt to legitimate at that time and ask for custody. The court determines what's in the child's best interest. Your parents will have to present evidence that the...Read more »
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