And parental alienation by the husband and paternal grandparents who is manipulating the child against his mother. Is it likely the mother will get full physical custody and the father supervised visitation? Is it more likely the mother will get the home? This is in Georgia USA
The father has been incarcerated before and found in contempt of court, doesn’t pay child support etc. We were recently married, currently live in TX but court hearing was in Georgia, she wants me to adopt but the biological father (her ex husband) will likely not want me to be able to adopt.... Read more »
I've had him served twice and I also served him. He is currently in a Texas State Prison. When he finally responded he wrote on the top sheet " absolutely not unacceptable " signed it and sent it back. He has been in and out of Texas prison system for 8 years. Drug related charges... Read more »
If your husband won't sign paperwork, you can still get divorced. You will just need to file the appropriate paperwork and have the Court sign off on the divorce. It may also require a short court hearing. I would suggest obtaining a lawyer to help you through the process.
I have text messages from the ex girl friend stating she met the police at the mother of the child's house. I have a bunch of evidence supporting that he was not there and the police were not called nobody went to jail that night it was 2 weeks later that they came to serve the warrants and he... Read more »
Are you working with an attorney regarding the case? If not, he may want to retain one so that he can address this legally. Consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case in detail and present you with the options.
You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case in detail and help you with the proper course of action to address the situation. An attorney can help you seek a custody modification.
Trying to get to the heart of your inquiry, but it appears you have a messy custody/family/criminal set of intertwined issues. Unfortunately as you have discovered there are not a lot of great resources for folks in these situations outside the traditional legal system.
It Depends on what the facts require. We can use a private investigator or a Guardian ad litem to see what's in the best interest of the child. There are many ways to investigate the status of the child.
We will definitely need more information on your matter.
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You need to have a consultation with an attorney. Each case varies based on income, assets of the parties, history of caretaking of the child and other factors. Once more information about those is known, an attorney can give you advice.
There are no forms for emergency custody superior court. The petition is written by the person seeking the change and filed, but custody cases, and emergency ones are unique so there is no form for it. Speak to an attorney about your case.
The biological father needs to work with an attorney right away, who can review the facts of the case and help with the proper course of action. He may have custody options to explore, but he’ll need the assistance of an attorney.
in 2017 my daughter's father passed away and I was scared so I gave my mom temporary guardianship I I get my daughter every weekend and and take care of her financially however how do I go about trying to get have or some financial help from my daughter's SSI that my mom received for for... Read more »
You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case in detail and provide you with direction. We need to know if you want your daughter back in your custody or you are just wanting some of the money from SSI. We need more details.
Only a new (later) order may change an existing order. If there is an existing custody order in place, then it will remain in force until a subsequent order changes it. You should speak with your attorney about this situation.
It's not kidnapping. You both have equal rights to the child. If this continues, it's probably a sign your marriage is not headed in the right direction and you can file for divorce or separation and get a custody order.
If you file your Answer and Counterclaim in person then you do not have to pay any fees. If you file your Answer and Counterclaim via PeachCourt or E-File Georgia you will have to pay processing fees once to use the portal and no additional fees after that.
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