He pays all the bills but we no longer can be married he has an apartment up there I just want the home he has a good job and good money I have no income he has supported me but I no longer want this marriage
My husband and I got married while we were living in Gallatin, Tennessee in 2014. We have been separated since 2017. We have a son together but he doesn't even try to reach us. I need a divorce cheap because I'm disabled. Please give advice on fastest way to have this done.
If your son lives with you in Georgia, you have to file for divorce in Georgia. You can go to the Family Law information center in Fulton County to get advice on a divorce without attorney help. https://www.fultoncourt.org/family/family-flic.php
If the divorce is "Uncontested", that means that you and your spouse have agreed on how property will be divided. If you have not agreed on property division, then it is not an uncontested divorce. Regardless, Georgia does not require 50/50 split of property between the parties.
The time to contest the fees probably expired long before the lien was placed. Your best bet is to call the attorney and negotiate the fee with him or her. Most attorneys will take a lesser fee in order to get the money quicker and the lien can be removed at that point.
I have an MD but my license to practice has been revoked after chemical dependency concerns, leaving me unable to practice medicine. I am working to get it back but currently make about $18/hr working in the substance abuse treatment industry (as part of my efforts to get my life back on track and... Read more »
The judge has wide discretion in determining whether or not to modify child support. They also have discretion to impute income if you are willfully underemployed. You aren't going to be able to get a solid answer on this forum. In order to give you advice about your case, an attorney needs to...Read more »
If personal property wasn't addressed, it is presumed that the parties had already split the property. That being said, if it isnt going to kill you, maybe just give her the one item she is requesting to be nice.
I divorced 2 years ago. In my divorce decree I was awarded my home. My ex-husband was to pay it off and sign it solely over to me. The bank it was financed through showed up at my house telling me that the payment were a couple of months behind. If I couldn't come up with the $4500.00 left owed on... Read more »
I’m sorry you are going through this. You should consult with an attorney who can review the documents and facts of the case and present you with the options. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
He was abusive. Now I believe he is abusive or neglectful to our daughter. She reports threats towards me. He litigates. Wins bc his lawyer is fraudulent. How do I prove these things? Is he allowed to get a final decree without disclosing his financial information? Does he have to pay to support... Read more »
You need to consult with an experienced family law attorney who can review your entire file and give you advice. You're asking for a very specific answer about a case in progress and that is almost impossible to answer because an attorney would have to know what has happened in the case and more of...Read more »
Depending on what county you are in, there may be a self help library for you to get information on how to represent yourself. You also need to research how to file an answer properly, so you are able to get notifications of any court dates.
I'm sorry you are going through this. You could try contacting Legal Aid to see if you can get some free legal assistance. You can also try calling the state bar to inquire about if there are any pro bono attorneys in your area. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
I have been separated for 15 years. When seeking a divorce his previous wife contracted me and to inform me that they were never divorced. Their marriage license is still valid in NYC. I married him in Columbia, SC. What should I do?
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He did this as a dirty move bc I was the house wife and he was the big breadwinner. And his attempt to avoid to pay me anything. I moved to hide from him 3 hours away.. (previous attempt iwas stalked) .. he removed me from joint checking account and other Marital assets. I had no idea this was... Read more »
If you have evidence that your spouse fraudulently obtained a divorce by publication against you when he knew your whereabouts, you should immediately consult with an attorney to discuss your options of setting aside the divorce.
my son is in jail currently in douglas cty georgia, his wife served him with divorce papers in jail, asking for child support, him to cover all insurance (medical, dental, life) and him to pay anything not covered by insurance, but also saying she wants him to agree to zero contact with the child .... Read more »
The house is considered marital asset, regardless of which person's name it is in. Once you legally divorce marital asset will be divided, with the judge making the decisions after reviewing the facts of the case. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
My husband doesn’t have a paying job we just care for his mother. She mortgaged a home for us and bought us cars for caring for her. 6mo ago she moved into assisted living and now my husband doesn’t work and neither does our marriage. He wants me to move out and go back to my parents house and... Read more »
You need to consult with a family law attorney immediately. He cannot kick you out of the house. An attorney can help you file for an emergency hearing so he can pay you some support and provide a car to you.
You need to get a divorce lawyer and make sure your divorce lawyer is either experienced in immigration issues or has an immigration attorney on call to help him/her through the landmines. Many divorce lawyers will not want to allege adultery because it is difficult to prove, and because of the...Read more »
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