If your ex is behind in his court-ordered child support or alimony payments, you will need to file a contempt action against him in the Court that issued the order. It is not clear who you are referring to by stating "they say no updates." If you are referring to child support services,...Read more »
It is not quite clear what you are asking. The IRS allows the custodial parent to claim the minor child on his/her taxes. The custodial parent is the parent who has the child more nights during the year than the other parent. However, the custodial parent can agree to allow the non-custodial parent...Read more »
She has lived with me 4 years now because her parents were homeless. They moved to a different state and they took their 6 year old son but they left her here with me. She is very depressed and she asked for help with this so the doctor sent a referral for a therapist we went to the first... Read more »
If her parents are objecting to officially giving you custody of your niece, you should consider talking to them about getting temporary guardianship of your niece so that you can obtain the necessary medical and therapy treatments for her. They should be willing to agree to this since...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You filed your complaint 45 days ago. If that means you purchased an index number, another question might be when did you serve the other party? Only a Georgia attorney is qualified to advise on the state rules of civil...Read more »
The office of child support services only reviews once every THREE years. If you want to have it revised in two years you will have to go through a private attorney. Contact our office to schedule a consultation. We would be happy to help.
Maybe yes, maybe no. It depends on how the trademark is registered and how you use it on your rugs and then if and how you sell it. You should also consider that characters can be protected under copyright (in addition to trademark). Please feel free to email me if you have any questions at...Read more »
A trademark might still be in use under "common law" even if the associate federal registration has been abandoned and listed as dead. It's even possible that the registration was unintentionally abandoned and if not too much time has passed, the owner could petition to revive the...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for five weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney for a meaningful and accurate assessment, as a GENERAL RULE, filing a motion could SOMETIMES be considered an appearance. But it could also depend on the type...Read more »
A cancelled trademark may still be in use by the original trademark registrant or some other business owner. In order to avoid claims of infringement, it is important to determine if a mark (or a similar mark) is in use for the same or related goods or services. Consult with a trademark attorney to...Read more »
Sometimes the cases can be resolved together in a "package deal" that can help reduce incarceration time. However, their may be defenses to the drug charges he is facing. He's barely 1 year into a 10 year probation sentence, on very similar charges, so that could be problematic....Read more »
All attorneys have negative reviews. I would have no problem addressing a concern of a potential client. The attorney will not be able to give details of past representation due to attorney-client privilege, however.
If you are adopting the children you should have sole custody at the end of the adoption. Adoptions, while very joyful, require particular attention to detail. We would love to assist you in your adoption journey. Please call us at 770-723-7211 to schedule time to discuss your situation further.
My ex husband is saying I broke his window, stole his money and I'm terrorizing his family. I havent done any of the things he is accusing me of. I keep my location on my phone and it shows I was on the other side of town when he says the broken window happened. He also told police I beat his... Read more »
You may want to explore seeking a Temporary Protective Order that would keep your husband from making any threats or harassing you. This can be done by going to the Superior Court in the county that your ex husband resides and requesting an Ex-Parte TPO. This means the judge will listen to your...Read more »
We would need to know where you are in regard to the process in order to provide you with guidance. Is this your first time addressing child support, are you being called back in, etc.? It’s always a good idea to work with an attorney.
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