It is unclear from your question whether he is taking the children temporarily or moving permanently. Typically, if a case is pending the standing order will prevent a parent from permanently removing the children from the state of Georgia during the pendency of a divorce or custody action....Read more »
I am the custodial parent and I wanted to know can I refuse visitation according to the other parent abuse. He has not seen his child in over 3 years becuase he hops state to state and city to city. He owes over 27,000 dollars in child support. I have video and photo proof of all his abuse.... Read more »
I would suggest that you file the necessary documents to modify visitation immediately. Depending on the judge/county, you may be able to get an emergency hearing to temporarily modify visitation if you believe that your child will be in danger when the child is in his father's care.
I'm not sure what your question is. If the petition/complaint is dated 10/22/2018, but you were not served until last night, you will still have 30 days from the date of service to respond. It is not unusual for there to be a delay in service if there is difficulty locating a respondent.
I live in GA my ex wife moved to SC with our kids. Our divorce decree states we have joint custody but she won’t allow me to see them. Does the divorce decree still hold up? Is she in violation of the decree orders, or does the rules change since they’re in another state? How can I get my... Read more »
There is no set rule. If discovery (definition - the compulsory disclosure, by a party to an action, of relevant documents referred to by the other party.) requests were not filed, and there is no pre-trial order, there is no affirmative duty to provide evidence to the other side at all, let...Read more »
You are only going to be able to have a relationship with the child to the extent the mother allows you to. There is no avenue for you to obtain legal rights to the child absent a step-parent adoption.
Yes you can, however the house will likely be considered marital property and your soon to be ex may be have a financial interest in it. If you can wait, I would suggest purchasing the home after your divorce is finalized.
My husband asked me for a divorce , I left the house last June, due to violent behavior and have talked to him every day since he went to a 30 in house program for PTSD...I'm staying with my son in Jacksonville fl helping out with their newborn child , and he all the sudden called me last... Read more »
It doesn’t really matter whether you’re the plaintiff or defendant. As the defendant you would counterclaim for divorce anyway. I would recommend consulting an attorney, especially with children and violent behavior involved.
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The woman is bipolar, manipulates ex wife and has had violent outbursts at work The husband hacked into my laptop, email accounts, travel, Expedia, HSA account, mobile phone account and printed all of this. He has also planted spy cameras in ex wife's home, office and filed a TPO on his 15 y.o.... Read more »
Personal issues between you and these people is not going to be enough to prevent them from babysitting. If you have genuine concerns for your child's safety in the care of these people, you may want to talk to counsel about filing for a modification of custody and visitation and asking a court to...Read more »
just doesnt want to be married anymore , it's his 5th marriage and my first ...a total of 5 years 4 months weve been married ...I gave up my car for his new truck , he let the new truck get repossessed, now I have no car or truck ! He wants me to sign off on deed and walk away, do I have any... Read more »
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