Georgia-incorporated LLC is an entertainment company that represents musicians and entertainers in the US and abroad. All relationships are based on a contract specifying Fulton County, Georgia as the choice of venue and governing law.
If a talent that the company represents is a foreign... Read more »
As is the case in many situations, the answer to your question can be found in the question itself. Re-read your question, especially the part that restricts both the venue and the governing law. (Your biggest problem is not where to file suit; it is trying to serve the defendant personally. Good...Read more »
If it is a theft crime it is likely a 1-5, which means you can get between 1-5 years in prison. A plea for probation can often be worked out by your attorney in many cases, especially if you are willing to repay the money.
I was charged with financial card fraud for buying a mtn dew for $1.79 on someone elses card. I got 2 years probation and so far have completed 11 months. I need to get off of this probation. I've been paying every month on time and haven't gotten not even 1 infraction. I also only saw my officer... Read more »
You can be charged with fraudulently depositing checks into your account, even if you did not make the deposit. Frequently, people committing fraud work together in teams, so a person can be arrested if they own the account where the money was deposited.
Revenge porn is a felony in Georgia under OCGA Section 16-11-90. Felonies have a 4 year statute of limitations, from the date the victim knew or should have known about the crime (the date you found out the porn was made public).
You may be able to sue for damages to your reputation. as...Read more »
Generally, the arresting county is going to transport the person to the original county where the FTA occurred so they can appear in court. The county can hold the person up to 30 days before they transport them. If the warrant is from out of state, the county will not extradite them unless it is a...Read more »
Yes, she can put you on child support. You are supposed to pay child support, no matter where you live. Hire an attorney to discuss your options, but you should start paying voluntarily immediately. Failure to pay child support is a crime.
Yes. Why? Because you are the only person who has (or had) the $901.70. Surely you do not expect any bank on this planet to eat money just because you accepted a fraudulent check? No; they are making you eat your own money.
Child support is going to take awhile when you go through child support services. A private attorney can unusually get an order much quicker, but there is a cost to their service and child support services is free.
Good evening. You would be borrowing against a TSP loan and this would most likely be viewed as a request to incur a debt. The view on allowing this changes a lot from one jurisdiction to the next, including who decides to grant the request. For example, in the Southern District of Georgia the...Read more »
Abandonment of a trademark or a trademark application does not necessarily mean that the name is not in use in commerce. It simply means that that particular application or registration has been abandoned.
Before proceeding to attempt to register the same trademark, you should consult with...Read more »
They said it was delivered to me to answer but I have proof I was flying inn that day from Europe and was at home late at night. Is it falsifying documents form that lawyer side ? Can I use it to show how unethical defendant it ?
He was married and had a baby by an ex girlfriend. Neither has done anything. The siblings want to get things settle. Without a dog in the race can we ask for our money spent on probating his estate be given back. We are wanting what is best for his son which is a minor.
You are in a difficult spot. If your brother has assets that need to be retitled in his child's name, the best answer might be to apply for a year's support for the child. If your brother did not own any assets that need to be transferred through probate court, not opening the estate might be the...Read more »
I had a history with the residence before I married my soon to be exact spouse. The home was refinanced with my name first and my spouse's behind my name. Will we have to sell the house , and divide the equity in the home. We will have been married 2 years the 30 the of this month. How are the... Read more »
You can file for divorce on the no fault ground and ask for a fair distribution of assets and debts. If you want specific answers to specific questions, you need to consult with an attorney who can listen to your story and give you advice about your unique situation.
My husband and his ex wife divorced in 2004 she got custody in the divorce and he was granted visits and child support for years the children were allowed to visit only at her convenience sometimes wouldnt allow visits for months my husband has continued to pay his support.well he was just informed... Read more »
both parents just signed a court ordered visitation and child support agreement and child support was being paid before agreement was made. mother is now mad and threatening to go to child support recovery for the child can she?
The question is not answerable as written. I am not sure what you mean by child support contract. I can't tell if there is a court order, or just an agreement. You need to talk to an attorney about your situation and they can review your documents and give you advice.
misplaced all of his receipts. I raised my daughter for 11.5 years without any help. Now she wants to love with him so she can be around her new baby sister. He's enforcing child support on me. How can this happen when he still owes me at least 6 years back support that he never paid and can't... Read more »
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