She ended it. Discovery in feb and admission in Sep. has blam me for it, convinced mutual friends that I am not mentally stable resulting in isolation, misled couples therapist etc. I have offered options to reconcile even after the admission of lying about ending relationship. Instead she is... View More
You can obviously make any allegations you want, the same as she. Whether the court will consider those allegations cruel treatment is up to the judge. At this point since you have completed some form of discovery, I would focus on preparing for trial. And if you can't hire an attorney, the...View More
If you have an attorney you should speak to your attorney about any changes the opposing attorney has attempted to make after mediation ended. If you are representing yourself you could file to enforce the mediated agreement. But there is not a form for that. If a final order was drafted by...View More
Mediation schedules can be flexible to accommodate the availability of both parties involved. If one party is requesting a delay due to travel plans or other reasons, it's typically possible to reschedule the mediation session. However, the success of mediation often relies on both...View More
It is unlikely the Court will order the parties to attend mediation again or that the opposing party will agree to mediate again. If there are issues that were not addressed, you can attempt to resolve those with the other side and come to an agreement. But having an attorney would have...View More
I don't write letters often to Federal Agencies, however, wen I do, they almost always go unanswered for several months, or several years or in most cases - never. Just trying to get a feel for a viable defense if they come back one day down the road. Thanks.
I declared bankruptcy in 2016. I received a ledger from Lazega & Johanson, a collection law firm, very away after receiving my bankruptcy discharge. It stated that I owed them an absurd sum in association dues, which included fees and interest.
I discovered after looking at the charges... View More
Per Bankruptcy Code 523(a)(16), these debts are probably not dischargeable in bankruptcy, so you would continue to owe them. Whether they represent an accurate balance of what you owe is a different issue.
I suggest clearly breaking down all charges and payments made (like a statement),...View More
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. In general nationwide, the meaning is pretty much what you'd expect it to be - offering truthful statements while speaking or being questioned under oath, usually in a courtroom setting.
We have 2 kids. He made me move to camden county after 19 yrs in Florida, he had me leave everything. Moved here had a kid, he feels tied down and don't like me nagging about his drinking. He's now in a relationship and moved out about 5 months ago. Doesn't want to give me half of... View More
You will need to file for divorce so that you can request child support and a request of your assets such as the 401k, and alimony if you qualify to receive it. In addition to child support you should also request help paying for child care. If you are in Georgia, child care is added to the base...View More
okay say this woman and man were married but only his name was on the house deed. They divorced and he married another woman. They seperate and he gets back with previous wife. but never divorces the other woman. but him and the first wife get back together (even though he still married to the... View More
The answer to your question is very simple. With all the respect I can muster, you MUST meet with a real estate attorney to ensure that this effort is done properly. If it isn't, you will forever regret your mistake.
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Your post is very brief and it could be difficult for someone to figure out what kind of attorney you're looking for. You could try reposting (don't include personal information - this is a public forum),...View More
I'm sorry to hear about your car. If you were injured while working, then you have a workers' compensation claim. If the injury was serious, you should speak with a lawyer to bring your claim immediately. If you were not working, but you were seriously injured, then you will need a...View More
My boyfriends exwife took out a criminal trespassing warrant on us because she got mad at him when he dropped off the kids. I wasn't there and was at work but my name was on it too. Can she do that? Can I press charges for this?
If the cause of the separation was adultery, we can ask for more than 50% of the assets. If you were/are dependent on him for income, then alimony etc. would definitely be a consideration. We can discuss your options and best course of action when we get more details. Please call the office -...View More
You can sue the landlord in Superior Court to force a repair (AKA extermination of the roaches) and obtain damages for failure to repair. If you live in a rental house, you also have the option of informing the landlord that you intend to repair the situation yourself by hiring your own licensed...View More
A subpoena request was made to a company (i.e. AT&T) to provide phone records. The company deliberately provided incomplete records under the direction of the entity who requested the subpoena.(i.e. police department)
The incomplete records were knowingly used to, obtain an arrest... View More
She took $30,000 from our cd account and took my name off. She been sleeping with a guy at the shop she worked in. She appoint him to cut my hair. She left our residence to fellow her affair for a year and a half. Still getting paid for service, but not rendering services .Which ended in a child.... View More
You need to speak with an attorney about your situation. No one can give you advice about whether your divorce is proper and / or if you have any recourse about the funds taken until they review your paperwork and discuss your case with you.
--Regina Edwards | www.EdwardsFamilyLaw.com |...View More
It was a Rule Nisi but the judge wouldn't hear it until mediation and only gave 2 weeks. Husband filed right before Thanksgiving and served ammended papers seeking Rule Nisi right before Christmas. He's trying for custody. Been so busy at work and have had to take time off to do all I... View More
Arbitration is generally binding, while a mediator generally tries to assist the disputing parties toward a resolution without rendering a binding decision. This is more or less a fundamental attribute that distinguishes the two alternate dispute resolution techniques from one another across the...View More
i recieved a dispossessory proceding this morning. I live in my fathers house and pay $400 a month to live in the garage. He has a joint lease with his wife. He loves me, his wife hates me. She filed the paperwork for it. For the reason, she put "party displays hostile behaivior and is not on... View More
I assume you mean you received "Notice" of a dispossessory proceeding. I have never heard of that. I must also assume that you must attend the proceeding if you want to fight it. Since you are in Georgia, and I live in Palm Springs, California, I can't comment on Georgia law. You...View More
Depending on what your decree says, you can file for contempt. However, if there is no provision that if he fails to pay off the car, and it gets repossessed, then he would owe you the value of the car, he may be in contempt, but there is no remedy. The court can't modify the order and make...View More
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