My DFCS case worker knowingly gave false information to their attorney to present to the judge to increase punishment for the crimes they are accusing my family of. I have irrefutable proof that they have committed perjury not just this time, but as well as the initial statements made by the... Read more »
Yes, any testimony given to a judge in court is presumed under oath with penalty for perjury. It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your case and provide you with tailored representation.
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Are you working with an attorney for the divorce? If not, you should really consult with one for advice. Even if she is unable to be found you should still be able to obtain a divorce. Consult with an attorney who can help you with the proper course of action. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
We are both on the lease, she has told me she wants me to move out within 60 days. I know she is seeing a coworker but don't have photo/video evidence. I understand bedrooms and bathrooms are off limits. Are common areas open for surveillance without the other family members being aware?
The answer is, it depends. There are many factors that must be considered. Is your son a minor? Is your son an adult? Did your son call the police? These are only a few of the many questions that must be answered before a definitive answer can be provided. It is best to contact an attorney who can...Read more »
If you legitimately owe more than $2500 in child support arrears, you will not likely be able to obtain a passport. These type of suspensions are handled directly through the Department of State and their guidelines are very strict.
If a final order of custody was granted to the father, you will have to show that there has been a material change in circumstances since the entry of that order, which would warrant a change of custody back to you.
Father is dead, and they want to be with his parents. Mother is abusive emotionally/mentally and in the past physically. DFCS was called a few years ago, but she got off with a warning. They are 17 and 15, both girls. The oldest turns 18 in May. I understand that the first thing would be to prove... Read more »
There are a number of avenues that you can take to pursue custody. Two of which are a private dependency action or a third party custody action. You should contact a family law firm to discuss which avenue would be best for your specific circumstances.
A number of factors go into whether or not a step-parent adoption will be granted. I highly recommend that you speak with an experienced family law attorney to discuss the specific facts of your case to determine whether a step-parent adoption would be appropriate in your case.
This is a very complicated issue because the husband is presumed to be the legal father of the child. You will need to de-legitimize the husband. You should seek counsel to do this. The longer you wait, and the longer the husband has to build a bonded relationship with this child, the more...Read more »
Its very stressful to not be able to be in contact esp about the kids & also that they cant see him. I am also expecting our third child. Can things be modified in court? I am scared if I drop it thy will take my kids.
You can ask that the tpo be modified to allow contact with the children and to limit your contact to only issues involving the children. Whether DFCS has a reason to take the children will depend on the specific facts of your case.
We would need more facts regarding the circumstances which lead to the guardianship to give an accurate answer. If you are looking to weigh your options for permanent guardianship, you should consult with a family law firm and have them review your current orders and the facts of your case.
You should consult with an attorney who can review the terms of the contract and present you with the options. Without knowing the facts of the case in detail it would be difficult to provide guidance. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
I've been trying to serve the mother of my child to legitimize him & she has been dodging me, not providing certain info like what daycare he was going to or address. Now she tells me that she is in Texas, still with no address, while I'm still payment child support & trying to serve her. Can she... Read more »
My birth mother signed over all her rights and my step mother married my father and adopted me. I am over 18 now and I want to get my step mothers name off my birth certificate. Am I able to put my birth mother back on it? If so how?
If I understand you correctly, your birth mother’s rights have been terminated. That being said, birth certificates are governed by the office of Vital Statistics/Records. You cannot have your parents' names removed from your birth certificate; it's a vital record and deemed a historical record....Read more »
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