Q: My ex wife who lives in Georgia opened up a civil action case against me. Myself and 3 children live in California.
We have a set hearing February 13th but have an open litigation case in California about child custody and UCCJEA. The children have been living with me since MAY 2021. I have multiple court orders from 3 different states that can prove this. What documents do I use to properly file in the Superior Court of Fayette County? I have researched but have had no luck. She has not financially supported the children, but is now able to afford a lawyer. I am not. The most recent order from Superior Court of Fayette County denies her Emergency motion of return of children and Writ of habeaus corpus. The scheduled hearing in February is asking for evidence of her allegations, which I have proof of her dishonesty.
A: You need to get an attorney to help you defend the case in Georgia.
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A: The best advice I can give you is to use whatever means you have to hire an attorney. Multiple cases could have been resolved by a proper motion to dismiss. At this point you need help and you need it fast.
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