Q: moved to texas without address nothing divorce papers say im to have info caught cheating new wife change custody
My ex husband was just caught by his new wife cheating with employees same story as mine with him he got full well we have joint custody but he keeps son away from me he sent me a letter telling me not asking if my he could move to texas i have no address havent seen son in almost 2 yrs i have odd years he has even i live in GA divorce papers state im to pay 370 month child support he told me 7 years ago even though in papers he wouldn't make me pay i haven't paid any payments he took my son to texas hes about to go through a battle with the new wife also they have a son which im sure will take him for everything and just found out that she is actually in ga and since went to texas and caught him red handed my son is here with her i think found out the girl friend was living with him in texas i want a custody change i don't think this kind of environment is good for my son i do have fathers number but its useless no answer how do i go about this in the state of GA
A: I do not understand your question. It seems as if you are wanting to file for a modification and want to seek to have right to determine primary residence of your child. If that is correct, then you should make arrangements to hire a family lawyer and allow them to proceed on your behalf. Good luck! www.JudgeCase.com
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