There is no question here, it’s just a statement of what you want to do. If you are looking for how to go forward with the divorce you should work with an attorney who can help you with the process. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
We have been married ten years, was a stay at home mom while he served in the army he told me to leave and had. Told me that many times. When I left oct 2019 he helped me pack my car and ever month since then I have tried contacting him but he acts like I fell off the face of the earth. But come to... Read more »
There is no set amount. There are rules that govern how much can be garnished for child support purposes and spousal support, but he is incorrect that he would get 80% of his check and you only 20%. You should consult with an experienced family law attorney in your area to get specific advice...Read more »
My and my wife are talking about getting a divorce (uncontested). The only thing we own Jointly is the House. I want her to get the house in the divorce and have my name removed from it. I want to agree to pay her the amount of her mortgage every month. Is this possible?
Anytime you are subpoenaed you have to produce what they are asking for. If you have to go to court you may want to work with an attorney to ensure your interests are being taken into consideration. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
my son is filing for divorce by filling out forms online to be prepared by a legal aide. The questioner ask about dependant children. However, the child is currently in the custody of the state as the department of children and family services removed him from the home. Do I need to include an... Read more »
Will you have custody of the child again? Or will the state be retaining custody? Without knowing the specifics of your case it’s difficult to provide you with guidance. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
If the spouse that has ownership refuses to refinance to remove the other parties name, what can be done? Also in 2014 the ownership added another person to a separate quit claim deed but not mortgage. What do i do to remove myself from financial responsibilities.
Your circumstances are unfortunate. You cannot stop her from living with him, however you can file for divorce. It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances.
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Parenting plan reads "notify other parent of out of state travel fifteen days prior unless emergency or spontaneous road trip”. I haven’t even confirmed the trip but informed the other parent that I’m considering traveling and it is currently eight days out. Is there a timeframe for... Read more »
My ex wife filed for divorce from me while I was incarcerated and won. I’ve always questioned his paternity based on her infidelity, but I know he needs a good dad. Now I’m remarried and my ex is making my life hell. She won’t allow me to see him, but receives child support. I don’t know... Read more »
The parents are divorced and have joint custody. They did not go to court; they had an agreement with their own individual lawyers and counsellors. Mom has overall medical decision but would have to pursue through the courts.
Have you discuss the issue with the other parent? You may want to do that and see where that parent stands on the issue. Beyond that you may want to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case in detail and present you with the options. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
Hi, I was reading your article on video recording laws in Georgia. I transported my brother's children to his house from school all last year, because his wife needed me to. What I did not know was that his wife, whom he was divorcing, had placed a hidden camera in the living room to eavesdrop... Read more »
It appears that your question was intended for one specific person, but we are not sure who. You may want to send it directly to that person, or consult with an attorney who can review your case in detail and present you with the options. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
I went to jail in 2018 on a violation of probation warrant. For non report. My wife dropped my kids off at my brothers and took off. She returned I think 2 times to visit until my brother realized she was abusing drugs and the court appointed him and his wife guardianship. I was released March of... Read more »
He has violated the TPO 3 separate times since being issued on apr 1,2020. We have a martial home. He has completely cut me off financially. He has had several affairs and currently has his latest gf living in our martial home. Where do I begin to file for a divorce?
I have filed for divorce in South Carolina. My spouse filed for divorce in Georgia in Gwinnett County. It is rumored that his lawyer and my lawyer are negotiating settlements. Now in the 11th hour, my lawyer in South Carolina is telling me he cannot tell me the terms of the settlement because he is... Read more »
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