Parents live in different counties. How far can mom move from dad’s residence without it being considered a hardship for the children? Where can the law be found by county that the children go to school in the district of the parent with primary custody
The children will go to school in mom's school district as that is their residential address. If you move so far away that it interferes with dad's ability to exercise his parenting time, that could be considered a material change in circumstances warranting a modification of the parenting plan.
My grandsons grandmother took custody from my daughter of my grandson to which I was not made a part of or privy too in the interim she has not allowed me to see my grandson although I am separate from what is going on. I am unable to come to a fair agreement with her and I have been in my... Read more »
My got married 2 times at courthouse in 2 different states the husband is married 2 another woman in another state I didnt no she was married till last week we been married since December 2020. Him and my wife bern married over 6/7yrs he's been gone 51/2yrs. The husband has been... Read more »
My sons had a water pipe break on the second floor of their home, causing major interior damage. A restoration company had done the demo work, finishing just before Christmas. Due to lack of response from the insurance co., nothing else has been done since (today is Feb. 17th). What can be done... Read more »
Our office handles insurance claims throughout Georgia and Florida. Two months is more than enough time for the insurance company to have made their initial determination of coverage. We are happy to speak further with you on your rights to pursue payment for this claim.
A judge always has the final decision on custody and the best interest of the child. If you learned of the abuse after the mediated agreement, then you need to immediately bring this to the court's attention.
And his name is on the deed to hers as well. His cousin moved in with her about a year ago and was only suppose to stat a few months but here we are a year later. My question is, is my husband allowed to kick him out because he won't be paying for power and such and we don't want the... Read more »
I am going through a divorce/custody and I want to be frank with my lawyer and discuss something that may potentially damage my case. I want to know if I preface a subject with "hypothetically speaking" does this enable my attorney to proceed as if the topic had not been discussed?... Read more »
If you believe that your wife will try to use this information against you in your case, you need to disclose it to your attorney. Your attorney can't prepare for what they have no knowledge of. The first time they hear that you used to grow marijuana should not be at court. Allowing them to...Read more »
You can file a petition for custody in superior court or a dependency petition for guardianship in juvenile court. You should speak with an attorney to discuss the specific circumstances to determine the best strategy for your particular case.
Yes. But that does not mean that the non-custodial parent does not have to be notified of the petition to change name. If the non-custodial parent has paid support or participating in the child's life, they may still be entitled to notice and have an opportunity to object to the name change.
Neighbor and I got into an altercation where I was the victim and was injured. I called the cops and they came and got statements from me and him as well as his parents who lived across the street. They sided with him even though saw me pinned on the ground in a puddle of wood glue he had thrown.... Read more »
If your stepmom was still listed as the beneficiary of the policy at the time of your father's death, she will be entitled to the policy benefits, irrespective of what marital problems they were having.
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