I understand preschool is optional and per Georgia Compulsory law children aren’t required to attend school until 6. Dad has educational tie breaker, mom has primary physical custody. Parents previously made a written agreement per email for children to a school and after mom paid tuition and... Read more »
Tiebreaker means the parties are supposed to consult and confer, but the educational tiebreaker can make the final decision, even if it goes against prior informal agreement. Father should have consulted with Mother first, but ultimately, he gets to make the final call.
In our divorce papers she has final decision on education. They have been in the same school for years but she recently moved to a nearby county and wants them to go to school there. She never asked me, I found out from the kids. I asked her about it and she says she has final say and is moving... Read more »
Your agreement should spell out whose school district controls where they go. In the absence of that, you probably both have the right to enroll them in school, based on the 50/50. You likely will not be able to resolve it through court before school starts, so unless you can prove there's a...Read more »
My husband owned the house prior to us getting married he has offered no assistance I was however able to get monies he owed me before he blocked account access . He insisted that I leave my job and draw SS benefits stating he was going to take care of us now he wants a divorce where does all of... Read more »
Given the short length of the marriage, it is unlikely that he will have to give you any more money if you already recovered what you say he owed. You should contact an attorney about an uncontested divorce.
Our divorce was finalized 7 months ago, and the judge ordered him to pay me some money. I am wondering if he still has to pay me or not, and what do I need to do next? I have tried to call bankruptcy lawyers, but everyone I have talked to says they work for the people that declare bankruptcy, not... Read more »
My ex wife & I had an uncontested divorce. It was agreed that we split all the finances. I was consistently paying her for two months until & she stop contacting me. She has removed me from all the financial accounts we shared together. She has furthered blocked me from all contacts & social media
Were you paying her or were you paying for the debts directly to where the debt is owed? If you agreed to split all the finances, including the debt, then you would still be obligated to follow through with that.
The problem here is these papers were filled out and signed while she was pregnant with our daughter. So at that current time we had no child born in the marriage, although they had a son in which she never took the motorized signature of my son ( supposively the dad) and her explanation has been... Read more »
You have a lot going on here. It would be wise for your son to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and help you plan the proper course of action to address the situation. She will have to provide a DNA test to determine if the child is biologically his. If the...Read more »
Adultery is just one of the factors the Court can consider when determining if Alimony is appropriate. Consult with an attorney to discuss the entire situation to get a clearer picture on if alimony is appropriate.
You don't know! This is going to be my lat talk to you, do not ask me any more, I need 2 thousand dollars to pay the hospital and the anesthesia, if you don't guive to me I'm done with you at this I you not look back, think and like I said , I need the money not good talking, only... Read more »
No, you just need to indicate that it is a divorce Petition and the statutory grounds for the divorce. A few examples are are irreconcilable differences, adultery, or cruel treatment. There are 13 total grounds for divorce.
I signed divorce papers under the threats of an abusive Narcissist. I am disabled with no income. I was married 25 years. Can prove duress and abuse along with adultery. I cant afford a lawyer as i have 0 income. Waiting for my disability to be approved. Is there anyone that will help me get what i... Read more »
Terms of the separation agreement calls for $10,000 to be remitted to former spouse to represent her equity in the marital residence. The couple later reconciles and remarry which just recently ended in divorce for the second time April 2021 with a new separation agreement. The now former spouse... Read more »
He went on the run 2 years ago and I haven't heard from him since. I just got confirmation that he is in Cobb county jail. Last known address was mines in Gwinnett but he gave his family address in Rockdale at the jail. All are 3 different countys in Georgia. Also can he be served in jail?
Yes he can be served in jail. Since he's just in jail, not prison, that's usually not the last know residence. Gwinnett may be the better place for correct venue. You should consult with an attorney on how to best move your case forward.
We don't know. More information is needed. Are there children involved? What assets will be fought over? Who is paying the family's bills right now? Do you live in the same house? What are you doing to get back on your feet?
I can say that if you file for divorce now, the...Read more »
I refinanced the house taking my ex-wives name off the mortgage but it remained on the deed. The only thing the divorce decree says is the we will hare the "net equity". The house is selling 6 years after the divorce. What goes in to "net" equity. My realtor says i can take... Read more »
If your agreement doesn't allow to deduct payments and taxes, you cannot. Net equity is sales price minus closing costs and mortgage. Deducting the payments would mean you got to live there for free for 6 years. You had to pay those somewhere.
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