Julie A. Rice's answer They can sign an affidavit making a choice, but it is still up to the Judge to determine what is in the best interest of the child and a child support modification has to be filed with the court.
Julie A. Rice's answer Get another protective order in GA and get child support and the court should order that the location of you and your son are not disclosed. If you need assistance you may contact DFACs as well.
Julie A. Rice's answer It all depends on the child support worksheet. See the link for more information and to calculate child support if you have all the correct information: http://csc.georgiacourts.gov
Mr. James Parrish Coleman's answer Yes, as a matter of fact, you do. You are not the judge and you don't get to decide that the 16-year-old is not entitled to your support because he has dropped out of school.
Mr. James Parrish Coleman's answer Your recourse is to take him back to court. You probably do not have "full legal custody" you probably only have physical custody. Take the father back to court and show that there has been a material change of circumstances in that the step-mother is a bad influence and that the child is in danger and that the change in the custodial arrangement will bring benefit to the child that will outweigh the inherently disruptive effect of changing visitation. You must petition the court to change...
Tristan Kenyon Schultz's answer You will need to contact an attorney to review the specifics of your case, but here is an overview. First, try to work with your ex--it is free and is frequently requested prior to filing in court. Second, if your ex will not negotiate or be reasonable you can file a motion/petition to require your ex to comply with the custody/visitation agreement (this probably will go to mediation, but may go to an actual hearing). Third, you may want to consider amending the existing visitation agreement by...
Tristan Kenyon Schultz's answer I assume that your ex has filed papers (and you have received notice of a hearing). If the claims are false, incorrect or misleading you should mention this in your reply. The best replies provide a general denial and provide some of the supporting evidence (or at least reference to this evidence). If the claims are wholly without merit and filed for harassment, you can request attorney/filing fees (this is a separate motion). You may want to contact an attorney.
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