In fact Am doing everything our paper work says. but they are constantly bringing up these things in emails / text from How things were Poorly handled Several years ago. can I do anything about this matter to put an end to it?
My aunt has power of attorney over my grandmother who has dementia, but before my grandmother's mind got very bad she gave me her trailer that her and I are both living in. I have the title, I help take care of my grandmother's needs while she lives with me And basically I'm her... Read more »
What can she do to get out of her dad's house? She is 6 months from 18, would she be able to get emancipated quickly or should she try to choose to live with her mother instead? Her dad won't willing let either happen.
Has she discussed this with dad to see if he is willing to allow her to move in with her grandparents? I don’t know how long she has to wait until turning 18, but once she is 18 she will be able to leave and go live with them without having his permission. Getting emancipated can be difficult if...Read more »
Ex-husband has primary custody in a joint custody arrangement. He and the son live in Louisiana. She was to have sole custody before it was finalized. She let her son (5 or 6 at the time) spend a few months with Ex. He changed the papers and refused to bring son back because he didn't want to... Read more »
Do I still need his permission to do this? He’s violent and very aggressive, however, he has been absent for a while so I’m not 100% sure how he would react I just don’t want to chance a bad reaction or putting myself/ child in harms way
This is for Family Court. I filed a motion for contempt due to the defendant blocking all contact and communication from our children. They have since obtained a lawyer and has been granted a continuance. Is there a way to get the continuance dismissed or a faster court date, being as it involves... Read more »
Until you are 18 you won’t be able to choose where you live. You will be reported as a runaway and will likely be taken back to foster care if/when you are caught. If you have a job and are able to care for yourself you may want to look into becoming emancipated. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq....Read more »
My ex-girlfriend and I are no longer together due to her aggressive behavior. 3 months before our "child" was born she fled back to Puerto Rico to give birth after she was arrested for domestic violence and fraud charges. She is now refusing to give me a DNA test or let me see the child... Read more »
legally the father had is name changed around the time my son was born but he never changed it on his license so he signed the birth certificate using his old name. Can the birth certificate be voided because thats a legal document that he purposely lied on. I don't want to go to court but I... Read more »
Your circumstances are unfortunate. The defendant can file a petition with the court, however it does not mean the court cannot/will not dismiss it. Given the facts, it is best to present to the court the details you’ve outlined here. Contacting an attorney may prove extremely helpful for you....Read more »
My soon to be ex agrees to pay more amount of child support than what Ga child support calculator indicates and longer terms (beyond age 18 of our children) in exchange of splitting his retirement pension. My question is can judge honor what we agreed on the child support terms and make it final on... Read more »
You need to consult with a lawyer to discuss the terms of your agreement and whether they are in line with Georgia law. If they are not, you could risk giving up rights that you would otherwise be entitled to.
You may want to contact your county government office to see if there is any rent assistance available to help you avoid eviction. Many counties are offering such assistance. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
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