In order to have the Florida order enforced in Georgia, you will need to register the order in the superior court of the county where the respondent resides. You should consult with an attorney to discuss your options to proceed in Georgia.
A day before court in October 2018, the judge cancelled & I couldn't get another date for over a year! Now A week after I missed court because I never got a notice (due to an address error), the NCP called demanding the kids the same day bragging about a default judgment. I didn't believe him l,... Read more »
I have screen shots of the texts he sent me with the actual address and home from Google Earth and another change of address he received from my bank, then him cursing me out in the text plus call logs and other texts. I was never served and never told a hearing. The required search affidavit that... Read more »
You will need to file a motion to set aside the divorce decree. If you are not experienced with the court system, I highly recommend you seek an attorney to handle this on your behalf. If you can not afford an attorney, I suggest you apply for counsel with your local legal aid office.
Either parent has the right to parent as they see fit during their parenting time. The short answer to your question is likely yes. The phone being in the other parent's name does not prohibit a party from restricting use of the phone during their parenting time.
Two kids are already on the legitimation paperwork. I had to wait until DNA confirmed the third child and now that it has, the judge told me to amend the third child in order to proceed with legitimating all three for the same order. I have looked all over for such a form and can not find one. I... Read more »
There is no form to accomplish this. If the case is still pending, you need to amend the petition or answer to add the third child to the action. If the action is no longer pending, you will need to file a new action for the third child or to modify the previous order to include the third child....Read more »
There are some missing components of your case that make answering your question difficult. The short answer is she would not be trespassing if she is returning the son; this is effectively giving her consent to be on the premises. However, consent to enter private property can be withdrawn at any...Read more »
Without more information, it is difficult to answer your question. There are several factors that would have to exist before a charge of elder abuse can be substantiated. It is best to contact an attorney to discuss the specifics of your circumstances.
My mother and I recently moved into a new home together. Unfortunately, issues from the past have re-emerged and created a storm of conflict that has irrevocably damaged our relationship. Can she retaliate against me by ordering me to vacate the home and/or by filing an order of protection, even... Read more »
Without more details, it is difficult to provide you with an accurate answer. Generally speaking, protective orders are not granted unless there is evidence to support it. If you are a co-owner, you cannot be evicted, however if a TPO is granted, you obviously cannot remain in the home. For these...Read more »
The legal age of consent in the state of Georgia is 16. Anyone under that age cannot legally agree to have sex. The law only provides an exception for married individuals. Statutory rape may be a misdemeanor or felony sex assault charge, depending on the specifics.
Working Money to buy everything for herself. Ex said since our daughter has a job she doesn’t need to use the childsupport money for her. can I go back to court and modify childsupport since my daughter is working and buying her own things?
You likely are not going to get a decrease based on these facts. Your daughter is not paying rent or utilities - things child support covers. If she has a job to buy extras, like clothes she wants and going to the movies, that doesn't mean you get a reduction in child support.
You need to file a Petition for Citation of Contempt or a Motion for Contempt. Have the petition or motion served upon the other party and set it for a hearing. During your hearing, you will have the opportunity to present evidence of the contempt that you are alleging.
Without knowing the details of your case it would be difficult to provide you with answers. You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case and present you with the options. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
There can be many reasons. Substance abuse, sexual abuse, alcohol addiction, exposing the child to people with those characteristics, unregulated mental health issues, unsuitable living arrangements. There can be any number of reasons.
He left 2 months after finding out we were pregnant with our second child together. I have a son from a previous relationship (he did not adopt) and our daughter is 19 months old. I lost my home since he left me with bills and has contributed $425 from the time he left which was May of this year. I... Read more »
There is not enough information here regarding the details of the case in order for us to provide guidance. Why are you not being allowed to have contact with him? You may want to contact the jail for more information. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
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