I was trying to help a friend that is going thru this with his ex wife and their son and wasn't aware that there isn't any "paperwork" that could be filled out for this, I have found documents for other states that can be submitted with an answer to the petition of a name change... Read more »
GA (and most states) does not simply provide "paperwork" to contest anything. The fact that you are asking this question says to us all that you would/could not be able to fill it out correctly even if you had the paperwork. There could be many reasons for and ways the other parent...Read more »
I urge you to do absolutely nothing until you have met and discussed this situation with a criminal defense attorney. Be giving ANY information, you may be be saying things that will get you arrested and worse. Speak with an attorney first.
It is not required. If the report is not already drafted, it takes many hours to do that and will cost the parties probably an additional $5,000 at least. So they may have paid for the investigation, but the written report is more.
Every time my boyfriend's baby mother gets mad at him she doesn't let him see his son, she controls everything and he doesn't know what to do because he feels like he has no choice or control even though it's his child as well
I have a girlfriend and she doesn't like that I am with somebody else, I've never brought my son around her and she is no danger to him, but every time my sons mom get mad she says I can't see my son and I don't know what to do about it I feel like I have no control over the... Read more »
To do so yet since I do not know his address. I recently found out where my daughter is going to school so I know what city he is in at least. What can I do with this information? Can the school give a lawyer his address? We have no formal custody agreement or anything keeping me from her, he’s... Read more »
I was the primary custodian in the divorce proceedings and primary decision maker. Outside of the agreement I allowed for my son to live with his dad. No paperwork has changed our initial agreement. Now he's 15 and I want him back. Do I still have rights? Can I just go get him after he's... Read more »
I strongly recommend that you speak with a Georgia attorney about this personally. We will not be able to give you step by step advice with the little information you have provided. I strongly urge you to get counsel first before you do anything. You will need to coordinate the retrieval of your...Read more »
I filed a petition to change child custody (my ex has primary, I want 50/50 as circumstances have changed). I provided text message screenshots between the two of us that clearly backed up the claims I was making; however, he and his attorney filed a response that said all the screenshots were... Read more »
Don't worry about the lawyer says. First, anything you add to the petition isn't considered evidence. In court, you present the evidence to the judge. But send clear copies of your evidence to the attorney ahead of time. Let the judge decide if your evidence is usable or not. But you...Read more »
The autistic adult expressed in professional counseling that they would like by weekly visits, but custodial parent says no, it would cause distraction while in school. Weekend by weekly visitation. The non custodial parent pays for the counseling and Healthcare.
There is no law that says a person is too old or too sick to execute a Will. The key issue is whether the person is actually Compos Mentis (of "sound mind" or "...having a mastery of one's mind.") and not Non Compos Mentis (not of "sound mind" or "...NOT...Read more »
My husband and I are looking to get divorced. I am being told that I am kicked out of the house I have been in with him for 8 years now and that he is not allowing me to take our son. My husband is a very bad person who has been in trouble with the law his entire life. He is an addict meth. He has... Read more »
I am so sorry to hear about your struggle, and luckily the pathway has an easy first step. Rather than a Criminal Defense lawyer you need to make an appointment with a qualified Family Lawyer to start the separation/divorce process. There are tools in that process to specifically address the...Read more »
My spouse is abusive, he abandoned family for many months in the past, does not contribute towards family. Free ride with mortgage, insurance and all expenses. Recently got a job but has been paying well for his dates with call girls. How does law work in my case? How assets and liabilities are... Read more »
Typically speaking, marital assets are those things that were acquired during the course of the marriage. You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and help you with the proper course of action to address it.
I filed for Legitimation and 4 days later child support filed an case. so right now i am currently trying to get them decided on one case instead of two cases but i do not have an child support order already. My question is if we (both parents) have agreed to Joint Physical and Joint Legal Custody... Read more »
If you think your child is in harm or danger, then you shouldn't be ok with joint custody. Presenting a custody case is more than just giving the judge a parenting plan, but more about proving why that is in your child's best interest. Speak to an attorney in your area about your options.
I want a divorce because I am tired of him mistreating me. He is emotionally abusive and has been physically abusive in front of our daughter and he has a pending case against him that I tried to get dropped because he kept asking me to. I just want out of this marriage and to move on with my... Read more »
You should work with an attorney who can help you with the proper course of action to move forward with the divorce. You may be able to get alimony, as well as child support. Consult with an attorney as soon as you can so this can be addressed.
The special Conditions of Bond flow against an arrestee when a crime has allegedly been committed. They exist during the pre-disposition portion of the case and if they are violated there are special charges that can apply.
A TPO is when a petitioner has asked the court to provide a layer...Read more »
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