They claim they still reside at the home due to showing up periodically and still collecting mail.
answered on Jun 8, 2023
If you have minor children and the children live with you, he has to support them. If you do not have children, it is not a given that he has to support you. That depends on what each party makes and the need for support. A divorce or separation case will have to be filed in order for you to... Read more »
I have a mediation tomorrow and my NHL hockey pension will depend on the mediator's view of when common-law began.
answered on Jun 7, 2023
19 COLONIAL RECORDS OF GEORGIA, 1774-1805 (Pt. 2) 290-92 (Candler ed. 1911). Declares that the common law of England is in full force and effect unless it is inconsistent with the Georgia constitution, laws, and form of government.
Hornsby v. Smith, 191 Ga. 491, 13 SE.2d 20 (1941). Holds... Read more »
Cant get correcto medical care. Cant get medicaid. Want allá me to work.suffering from illness anda injurias.also victime of i.d. theift
Ok, so here is the story:
My wife is a Canadian and a U.S. green card holder at the same time.
My wife lied to me by saying she was going to see her dad in Canada, and when she went over there with my two kids, she said she was never coming back to the U.S. and she was about to file... Read more »
answered on May 17, 2023
You don't have many options if you don't want to separate or divorce. You can't go to her parents' house to get the children as that could be considered trespassing. If you file for divorce or separation, she likely will be forced to bring the children back. If you do... Read more »
Property is jointly owned, tenneants in common. Mortgage is an individual loan, husband only. Husband and wife are divorcing. Prior to being evicted (she sat his remaining property outside) a rental agreement was signed.
As joint owner, Is she within her rights to change the locks? Or... Read more »
answered on May 18, 2023
Each owner is entitled to equal use and possession of the property. There can be no rental to someone who is also an owner because their ownership interest is of a higher priority. If the divorce decree awarded the property to the wife, then the ex-husband could be a renter. Under that... Read more »
I have been married for 6 years; I want divorce. He doesn't work he's been found fully disabled but doesn't receive benefits due to my income ($50,000.00 yr.) he has threaten that he will file for alimony if we divorce. What are the chances that will be awarded alimony? We don't... Read more »
answered on May 16, 2023
The court is going to look at his need, your ability to pay, and determine if they're going to award him any spousal supports, if he requests it. There is no statute or guideline as to exactly when spousal support is awarded. If you file for divorce, and he files an Answer asking for... Read more »
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answered on Apr 27, 2023
You should speak directly with an attorney and provide them a detailed account of what transpired with regard to your parental rights. Then they can provide you with the best course of action and how they can assist you with getting the relief you are seeking.
answered on Apr 24, 2023
The husband of the mother is presumed to be the father if you were married when the children were born. But that presumption is rebuttable. But this cannot be addressed until you file for divorce. I will say that married parents have equal access to children born of the marriage until one of... Read more »
My daughter’ father was arrested, awaiting trial with pending charges from another counting, five counts of sexual exploitation of a child. It’s been hard for my daughter. I have been separated from my husband for nine months for the well-being of my daughter, since father’s arrest, she... Read more »
answered on Apr 21, 2023
A divorce can only be filed as uncontested if both spouses sign all of the required paperwork. If you have an agreement that he will sign, you can hire an attorney to draft the paperwork for you. You should reach out to an attorney directly with more information, so they can determine the correct... Read more »
I felt pressured into leaving my there was no respect in the home
answered on Apr 18, 2023
Assets both you and your spouse accumulated during the marriage will likely be considered marital property, depending on the source. When you file for divorce, your attorney should go through the discovery process, collecting information on all assets that may be considered marital property, and... Read more »
So here is the story:
I’m a U.S. citizen, and my wife is a Canadian and Green Card holder. I have two kids, both of whom are American-Canadian. However, my wife said she wanted to go to Canada to visit her parents, and she asked me to sign a travel consent form so she could travel with... Read more »
answered on Apr 14, 2023
You need to hire a divorce immediately and file for divorce. If they lived in Georgia the past 6 months, that is the home state and she could be ordered to bring them back.
I hired a divorce law firm in February and paid the 9k retainer. Just got notification they are withdrawing 0 warning. They scheduled two court hearings and took my evidence. I spoke with them 3 times and just got a notification from the court they are withdrawing representation because “it’s... Read more »
answered on Apr 13, 2023
This doesn't sound like malpractice. Malpractice is a breach of an ethical duty. If you were billed hourly, a retainer is not the full payment and you have to keep paying the bills in order for the attorneys to stay on the case. Attorneys are allowed to withdraw from a case for pretty much... Read more »
answered on Apr 14, 2023
If the other party isn't following a court order I would advise you to speak to the attorney who represented you in your divorce. If you didn't have an attorney, you could file an action for contempt and state the parts of the order that are not being followed. If you decide to file for... Read more »
My husband failed to serve me with papers and will not disclose his financials. He’s left me living below the poverty line. I am disabled and unable to work. He’s taken away my only career as an author so now I can’t afford marketing and such. He asked for the divorce with his mother present... Read more »
answered on Apr 11, 2023
There is no form for that. That kind of motion is very fact specific.
My husband and I are separated. I do not want a divorce but he is making really foolish financial decisions. Is there any way to protect my kids and me from his reckless spending and accumulating debt without filing for divorce?
answered on Apr 7, 2023
No, there is not. Courts do not interfere in financial matters in a marriage unless and until that divorce or separation is filed.
Divorcing after 23 years due to repeated infidelity, domestic abuse. Spouse wants me to leave our rented home with an uncontested divorce. 3 grown kids, 2 still at home. Husband wants me to leave marriage with a few decorations, my cloths, and take on a car note in his name (car I have driven and... Read more »
answered on Apr 6, 2023
They are NOT off limits, and anytime you have a defined benefit issue during a divorce you need to be sure you are addressing it properly as once it becomes a mess, cleaning it up is an endless task.
Invest in a lawyer to walk you through this process, as the costs will escalate if you make... Read more »
No children under 18, prior physical abuse, current verbal, financial and mental abuse. Can I leave without a document in place to another state and file for divorce there after establishing residency?
answered on Mar 27, 2023
Typically a divorce should be filed in the state and county where the Defendant resides. If you establish residency in another state and file for divorce, since it sounds as though this won't be uncontested, your spouse can respond and challenge jurisdiction and venue. Because the divorce... Read more »
I have took my 3 months old baby and seek shelter at my parents house due to high conflict divorce and my husband tend to throw things around the house. He has history of breaking my car and phone since he claimed that the car is also part of his name in it.
answered on Mar 26, 2023
It sounds like you may need to seek a Temporary Family Violence Restraining Order (TPO). This would allow you to obtain a restraining order from your husband, temporary custody of your child and be awarded temporary support, which would include child support. The other option would be to go ahead... Read more »
In the state of Georgia I know there are different rules for spousal support. Does a judge look at previous employment if the spouse has quit their job or taken a lower paying position? Married 18 years and she was not a stay at home Mom, though we both worked from home equally. She ran a... Read more »
answered on Mar 20, 2023
Spousal support is according to the judge's discretion. There are no percentages, guidelines, or schedules that are used to calculate how much spousal support to award someone. The Court will look at the spouse's need who is petitioning the Court for spousal support and the other... Read more »
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