Can my grandson's stepmom be charged for taking my grandson to New York, NY without his dad, which kept him out of state and not present for mom’s scheduled court ordered visitation. This was done during the July 2020 prohibited COVID 19 travel order by Governor, restricting GA residents to... Read more »
My grandmother got custody of me when I was 7 months and (I'm 16 now). I've lived with my mom for the past three years and she always tells me I'm not going anywhere and that I can't go back and live with my grandma. I don't like being with my mom. I always hide my feelings... Read more »
I’m not aware of a law that prohibits a divorced parent to move out of state. However most parenting plans contain a provision that requires parents to notify each other in advance when they are moving.
No. The new spouse's income is not factored into a child support order. However, just because he refuses to be employed does not mean that the court can not impute him at an income commensurate with what he has the ability to make.
You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case and present you with the options. There are a variety of factors that come into play on something like this and you need an attorney for guidance.
our child has mental conditions and i have been making all the decisions. now she wants to start making decsions after almost 6 years. she wont divorce unless i do under her terms. she has our daughter and i have our son. she wants to make decisions but still has no contact with him. he is 16
If you have custody of the children you should receive child support. It is likely that you will get some alimony for a period of time if you don't earn an income. Call us to help you get things in order.
Until a child is 18 they have to live where their parent/guardian says, unless they are able to become legally emancipated. If there are problems in the home then Child Protective Services should be notified. If the person goes with someone who is not a legal guardian and without permission, then...Read more »
My DFCS case has been closed after almost 2.5 years. I enlisted in the army July 9th 9 days after my 17th birthday June 30, i am trying to leave home right when i grader Dec 18th 2020 legally and without any consequences due to my army contract !!
Been fighting back and forth for criminal trial and finally been offered a plea bargain. First judge said no but going back in front of another who is certain to sign and accept. Just worried that might be added a charge. Was promised first offenders act of Georgia with the two charges.
It depends. A positive drug test is never a good sign, but the court can take into account many factors, and that is just one of them. You need to speak to an attorney who can review your entire case and give you specific advice.
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Can their father who has not legitimized either child take us back to court to modify the guardianship order because he misses his kids and demands we let him take them for overnight stays 4 hours away? Mind you he is a drug user and states he has been “sober” for 10 months of which we cannot... Read more »
You are within your rights to deny visitation that is not court ordered. He may take you back to court to try to get an order giving him visitation. I would advise that you contact us to schedule a consult so you can be prepared if this does happen.
You would file it in the case that is pending. If there is no case pending, you need to contact an attorney to assist you with getting the relevant legal advice to move forward. You can call us to schedule an appointment for a consultation. We are happy to help.
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