Q: I need help or advice for things I’m not even sure y’all can answer I’m just not sure who to ask. What can I do?
I’m 19 now and I’ve never seen my dad sober my entire childhood. He goes to work and the second he gets off work he starts drinking and doesn’t stop. When he drinks he becomes incompetent and make’s stupid decisions. He keeps getting arrested for drinking and driving but he just keeps doing it he drives drunk every single day but recently he’s gotten 2 DUIs along with no insurance, no tag, no registration, etc. Anyway his truck got repoed and he’s about loose everything the house, the family land, his truck, etc. I was forced to drop out of college last minute to work full time so I can afford to go when I’m older but with how the economy is I have no idea what I’m doing all I know is I need help. I make $300-$500 a week and I can barely afford to feed myself after paying car insurance, gas, necessities. I started building my credit so I can try to get myself a place to live but everything is so expensive and I don’t know if my credit will be built before he looses everything
A: A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. And it looks like time is of the essence in your matter, where some form of action needs to be taken to avert things from getting worse. You could reach out to attorneys who handle collections/creditor's rights/repossession as a starting point. It's likely that the situation has already brought with it financial strain. You could explore whether legal aid or pro bono services might be possible. In addition to your own research, there's a tab above, Find a Lawyer. You could also check information available with the State Bar of Georgia. These things fall outside this Q & A forum and could involve fees that are between you and the firms you reach out to. I hope you're able to turn things around. Good luck
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