The answer is, it depends. More information is needed before an accurate answer can be provided. Was the TPO granted ex parte? Has there been a hearing granting the TPO? It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your case.
We live in Dekalb and she lives in Clayton. He went to child support court today only to be told that they have no idea if she was served! How can he get this done correctly, and know she was served? Can he file in Dekalb? They were never married. Thank you.
I'm in Forsyth County and this ongoing issue and the sherriffs dept not enforcing our parenting plan, has led to severe damage to our child, alienation from me, emotional, psychological and more legal and financial strain and abuse (control) due to me filing contempt. He suesxme for custody. Now I... Read more »
Whether an officer elects to file a charge for criminal interference with custody is unfortunately a case by case decision. Another option that you have is to file a warrant application for the interference, which will put that decision before a judge to determine whether there is probable cause...Read more »
We have physical custody of my step son, but lately all he wants is to go back with his mom. She agrees to give us custody only if she pays $200 a month for child support, if he goes back to her, can we have a paper notarized saying that we agree to pay $200 a month for child support without going... Read more »
He has never been active in childs life, and does not want to be. There was a positive paternity test from dfcs, but he never acknowledged it. How can we get his rights signed over so my partner can eventually adopt my child? Never married, no child support involved.
You will likely need to be moving forward with the step-parent adoption process for a judge to sign off on the voluntary termination of rights. Most judges will not sign off on the voluntary termination without a substitute parent to step in. You should consult with an attorney to discuss your...Read more »
He was awarded only a small amount of what he was asking in court, I sent him checks monthly paying what I could, he never cashed them. He has now ordered my wages to be garnished. How much is he allowed from each pay period?
The I-140 must have ben approved at least 180 days ago in order to port the priority date. The new employer must go through the entire EB process of course before you can adjust, even though the PD may be current.
Last week my bank called to inform me of suspicious activity going on with my account (BBT). They told me that the person had attempted to, and succeeded, in entering my account via mobile device somewhere overseas. I was directed to change my account information and go into my nearest bank as soon... Read more »
At this point, it is best to file a formal complaint with your bank. Do you have any documentation from the bank when they alerted you of any suspicious activity? Secondly, the bank should be able to determine where the funds came from and when the funds were withdrawn. If you did not withdraw ANY...Read more »
My former employer is The Krystal Company who filed on 1/19/20 and they still owe me money from where I worked a week in the hole. Am I considered a Creditor in their case because I received a notice of the bankruptcy filing
Me and my husband got in an argument on Friday and it got a little out of hand and the police were called and they took him to jail for child cruelty and family violence for arguing in front of our kids. He is not a bad man at all weve been under a lot of stress and hes been so worried about losing... Read more »
Sorry to hear about the problems. You may not have the ability to make the charges go away. It really depends on the facts of the case. 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
Until you are 18 you will have to stay living where your parent or guardian says you will have to live. The police could make you return home if you are 17, not legally emancipated, and your parent/guardian wants you home. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
I want to work it out but she says no if I talk about it she blocks me as punishment saying I’m harassing her she says I’m emotionally abusive but I want to be around my son but I don’t want a divorce cause it goes against my religious beliefs it does what can I do to see my son without a... Read more »
Currently my child support is drafted from my paycheck and taken by child support enforcement. My son will graduate in May and turn 18 in July. I just need to know if there is a form I need to file with the court or if it automatically stops. Again, we are in Ga.
Your post remains open for two weeks. At this point, you could contact Georgia employment law attorneys you find on this site, or through your own independent searches, and discuss the matter in confidence with them. Based on these brief facts, it's anyone's guess why the form has been delayed for...Read more »
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