I went to the Stretch Zone due to feeling like I needed to be stretched or aligned in March 2023. I informed him that I had one hip higher than the other. He adjusted me and then pulled both legs simultaneously. This left me feeling lopsided and within 2-3 days I felt extreme pain in my lower... View More
If the phone was genuinely given to you as a gift without conditions, it typically becomes your property. However, if they can prove it was provided with conditions or that it was not a genuine gift, they may have a claim to it. To determine the best course of action, you should consider the...View More
Name change after marriage, need proof that only marriage certificate is required by Ga law, no court order, is there something in GA law I can use? Requirements in a different country to specify name change
In Georgia, changing your last name after marriage can generally be done using your marriage certificate as legal proof, without the need for a court order. This should be sufficient for changing your name on identification documents like your driver's license and Social Security card.
You can search through legal directories for attorneys experienced in real estate law. You can also look on the Georgia Bar Association website for attorneys who are members of the Real Property Law Section. Whenever you speak with an attorney, ask them for a list of cases relating to HOA law that...View More
I recently moved into an apartment with my girlfriend of six years in July. I did not put my name on the lease because I had an eviction that was 6 years old. So was waiting on January to add myself to the lease. We recently got into a disagreement and she has sinced change the passcodes for... View More
In Georgia, driver's license suspensions can occur for various reasons, including failure to address certain legal obligations or fines. If your license is suspended under the Rights and Responsibilities Act, it's essential to understand the specific circumstances leading to the...View More
I loaned money to a client to close on their home. He assured me that I would be repaid by 7/27/23. He signed a promissory note. He has not repaid me. I have been informed that he is possibly going to sell the property.
If your note was accompanied by a Security Deed against the property, you can initiate foreclosure proceedings to force him to pay, otherwise you get the property. If you have the note only, you will need to sue on the note after making proper demand, if required by the note. Contact a Georgia...View More
Georgia has strict regulations on title loans. Interest rates for title loans in Georgia are capped at 25% per month (which is roughly equivalent to 300% annually). Therefore, if your title loan has an interest rate of 59%, it would likely be considered illegal under Georgia law.
If you have a promissory note that was due on 7/21/2020 and has not been paid, you have several options to consider. First, you could try reaching out to the debtor to remind them of the outstanding payment and discuss the situation. It's possible that there might have been a misunderstanding...View More
Your claims against your ex spouse were likely extinguished with the settlement of your divorce case. Typically, marital settlement agreements will explicitly state that it resolves all issues resulting during the marriage between the parties.
You should speak directly with an attorney. Because we cannot advise you to simply go pick up the child without knowing where and from whom, as the situation could pose a danger. You could involve the police and have them meet you to pick up the minor child with a copy of your court order. But...View More
In extremely rare circumstances, a court may hear an emergency matter on an ex parte basis where the other party does not need to be served prior to the emergency order. But in most cases, you will need to serve the opposing party prior to the matter being heard by the court.
Receiving a 1099-C, indicating a canceled debt, doesn't automatically prevent creditors from using arbitration to collect the remaining debt. The ability to pursue arbitration depends on factors like contractual agreements, state laws, and the statute of limitations for debt collection.
2012 in PA dad filed for custody. "Settled" outside of court. Order states (in dads writing) mother will have PPC . between age 3-5 father has right to assume PPC. Once child reaches school age, parents will come to new agreement as to whom has PPC. Child lived w/ mom and both moved... View More
If there is an order from PA, even if it was settled, the settlement should have been made a part of the final order. When you say settled out of court, was the case dismissed? Because if the case was dismissed and there was never an actual order signed by the court, then there is no order that...View More
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could try reposting and adding Landlord-Tenant as a category. Some questions remain unanswered, but you might have better chances of a reply with the new heading. Good luck
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