Regina Irene Edwards' answer There is not enough information for anyone to answer this. The question was posted from Louisiana, so there may be jurisdiction concerns. We also don't know if there is a custody order in place or where that is. The fact that your ex is not the biological father may or may not be relevant. Generally, if there is a court order in one state, and one of the parties still lives there, that is where any new litigation has to be.
Regina Irene Edwards' answer You will need to hire an attorney to navigate this. Once paternity is established, it may or may not be able to be undone. Each case is different and this is not something you can do on your own.
Regina Irene Edwards' answer You need to file for divorce and ask for emergency financial support. You may or may not be able to delay the eviction. You will need to talk to a landlord tenant attorney about that.
Regina Irene Edwards' answer Your question is unanswerable as written. If you mean college when you refer to "school," if your current order does not allow child support after 18. That cannot be changed in Georgia. Also, as you haven't stated where the other party lives, you may not be able to modify in Georgia in any event.
Regina Irene Edwards' answer Kim is correct. No one can give you a tutorial on how to file for custody. When your car breaks down, most people don't ask for advice on how to fix it, they take it to a mechanic. The law is the same way. You need to hire an attorney if you want to file for custody.
Regina Irene Edwards' answer My colleagues are correct. Even though you have a legal right to leave and take your child, it could backfire quickly and spectacularly. Talk to an attorney about your options before you do anything.
Regina Irene Edwards' answer The short answer, is yes, the adoption can be granted. 10 years of not paying any support could be considered abandonment. You need to hire an attorney in order to have an chance.
Regina Irene Edwards' answer You are asking for specific advice about an order that we haven't seen that you yourself say is vague. The only way to get advice about this issue is to go see a family law attorney, and have them review your order and give you advice.
Regina Irene Edwards' answer You need to consult with a family law attorney about your specific case. It is possible that you will receive spousal support, but every case is different and the attorney needs to hear all of the background before giving you advice.
Regina Irene Edwards' answer You probably should do nothing. The travel deviation probably isn't enough to spend thousands in attorneys fees arguing over a few dollars in child support. He got custody, which was the most important thing, so sometimes it's best to leave well enough alone.
Regina Irene Edwards' answer There is no such thing as a public defender for a family law case. If you want an attorney, you will have to fire one. If you had an issue with service, that should have been addressed formally with the court via a pleading. There may be some unfairness with what happened, but you will need an attorney to help clean up the filings, possible object to his attorney's conflict of interest if he represented you before and argue that you are allowed to make education decisions without the...
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