things have been getting kinda rough and my girlfriend and i want what is best for our son we are wanting to move into our own apartment not far from my parents house but we dont want me to get into any legal trouble.
The letter comes from Georgia Dept of Human Services. There are other check boxes about if you are in the arrears, which I am not and have never been, and they are not checked. The only ones checked are the ones noted above. I have paid child support for years before it was ever a court order.... Read more »
If there is an order to pay child support, just because a case is closed with child support services does not mean that the order has been revoked. You most likely still need to pay. However, to get the best advice, you need to contact a family law attorney who can review all of your paperwork and...Read more »
He was a heavy drug user just got out of jail on kidnapping charges as well he is a very bad person he has not seen our little girl but 2 times in almost 3 years once when she was born and then once when she was 2 months there was a tpo in place but I was talked into dropping it now I wished I... Read more »
The Child Support section of my 2005 Divorce Agreement (before the Child Support Law changed) lists that NCP will pay 25% of his income, currently at a specific dollar amount. Does that mean every year, that amount should change as his income changes or do I have to request a formal modification to... Read more »
It's not possible to answer this without all of the facts. If you purchased the house prior to marriage and did not add him to the deed, it is a premarital asset. He may or may not be entitled to accumulation of equity, but this is fact specific.
School is not in session so how can this be handled? The other parent is not willing to move to week on/week off like the summer schedule or offer more time with school out. Do I have any legal ground to stand on? There is no recess or reconvene because school is not in session. No mandatory school... Read more »
It is discussed multiple times since 2013-2014. Close to Christmas time she tells me via text: “GO check the tape if you dont believe me”. I go back to her numerous times over the next several days-week, asking her if that is really what she wants me to do. I remind her, just a few months... Read more »
My ex wife is refusing to give me visitation with my daughter until the Corona virus outbreak is over. I typically have my daughter Wed night and return her Thursday morning and 1st and 3rd weekends and alternating 5th weekends. She says she is protecting her family but I'm not sick, neither her... Read more »
You need to consult with an attorney. First, you aren't going to go until August or September without seeing your daughter. The first step is to try to work it out with your ex, outline your social distancing and cleaning procedures in your home. If she still refuses, the court may grant an...Read more »
* edit - I have to rescind this order on 3/15/20, I do not have funds to hire an attorney nor do I have time to schedule with one before my grace period expires. I am planning to go to the courthouse in the morning but they will not tell me what to file.
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