Name change after marriage, need proof that only marriage certificate is required by Ga law, no court order, is there something in GA law I can use? Requirements in a different country to specify name change
In Georgia, changing your last name after marriage can generally be done using your marriage certificate as legal proof, without the need for a court order. This should be sufficient for changing your name on identification documents like your driver's license and Social Security card.
In Georgia, driver's license suspensions can occur for various reasons, including failure to address certain legal obligations or fines. If your license is suspended under the Rights and Responsibilities Act, it's essential to understand the specific circumstances leading to the...View More
The process of filing UCC-1 and UCC-3 forms typically pertains to securing interests in personal property, not claiming control over a government entity or asserting rights to an estate in the manner described. It is advisable to consult with an attorney who can provide guidance on legitimate legal...View More
I was forced to take the call off of speaker phone because the examiner didn't like the sound of rustling paperwork. Despite my having requested in writing prior to the hearing that any accomodations be made to assist my hearing impaired conditions. She hung up on me and I haven't heard... View More
The attorneys answering questions here don't receive information about the people submitting them, because the Q&A forum isn't really intended to be a referral platform. If you're seeking an attorney to take your case, and not just to answer your questions, you will likely have...View More
This investigator questioned me about an accusation of a crime. I have people and even security video to prove that it was false information. He told me he didn't care he wasn't going to talk to my witnesses and showed up at my apartment the next morning with a warrant based on his... View More
If a police officer has enough probable cause to get a warrant signed by a Judge then he can move forward. It is not up to the police officer to determine guilt or innocence. That part is up to the Prosecutor and the court. Take it from a former police officer, in this instance, you have no...View More
Today in court I had a judge talk to me in a way I have never seen anyone talked to before it was so bad that the d.a. and my lawyer apologized to me my father in the courtroom actually started crying he told me I was a disgrace to my parents my kids were better off without me an would be callin... View More
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney - as a general rule, if it doesn't make sense for you to keep a car in terms of high repairs, that doesn't mean you need to relinquish your license....View More
My attorney withdrew at my tpr hearing but right were terminated. My kids attorney had excused absence. My kids were taken by cps because I kept reporting that I was domestically abused. I tried to flee abuse by moving to a different state where he located me 2 weeks after I arrived. Then, cps... View More
I would advise you to have a consultation with an attorney. This isn't a place where you can get information on complex issues regarding a case that has already been adjudicated. See a lawyer in person and I would take a copy of my file with me.
my children got taken into the states custody during the time being my husbands civil rights have been violated, and there has been severe mis-management of my case. there has been several things that the department has done wrong.
In the state of Georgia a parent involved in a deprivation case does not get a court appointed attorney. If you want an attorney you need to contact someone who handles juvenile cases as a parent attorney and discuss your case with them.
A female was having new onset mania-fleeting thoughts, episode was believed to have been brought on by antidepressant (paxil) prescribed by female's dr for symptoms of anxiety (no mental health, bi-polar, manic, etc diagnosis by any dr to include the prescriber). Order to detain said female... View More
I had a favorable outcome concerning an overpayment that was enter against me and enter on my social security online account That the local social security location is simply engorging they haven't made any attempts to ratify the situation so I'm left with a dilemma of what I can do I... View More
If you have already had a favorable outcome from an administrative judge hearing and Social Security is still showing the overpayment on your account, you should first try to contact the Social Security Administration (SSA) to see if they can rectify the situation. You can contact the SSA by phone...View More
If your a ci for drug task force and dhs doesn't know it and they want to drug test you but as known you can't blow your cover because then the whole world would know so you react like these individuals and you have to do like they do which is if they say hey hit this you have to so would... View More
Get your handler to put instructions IN WRITING so IF there are negative consequences you have a built in defense. You may want to hire a private lawyer to assist you as the Cops will hang you out to dry more often than not.
GI BILL program fraud 85/15 rule - business raided this morning and evidence collected - the owner paid a man to be the expert liason for the program which she knew little about and he submitted false documents to her which he assured her was how it was supposed to be done and she signed them and... View More
I am 1 of 5 Board of Directors and the VP for a Georgia Condo HOA. Our Bylaws allow for me as VP to call a Special Meeting w 2 Day notice. The president scheduled the meeting and then the president quickly cancelled the meeting stating that the majority of members decided they didn’t want to... View More
The officer's report said I misjudged distance but a vehicle was next to me an was as close over as I could get I never hit the barrel's so what's to misjudge the lane should have been closed if to narrow to pass
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. It could be a situation where fault is seen by a court on both sides. A Georgia attorney might be able to offer deeper insight in terms of the construction site and its practices in stacking barrels and buckets in that...View More
Georgia? the mom was relatively young, her husband left, she dropped the ball. The child ended up with a really bad ear infection. The moms older sister petitioned the courts for custody of said child. Took the mom as well as the husband(whom was on the aunts side) and they had the mom sign her... View More
It depends. Were her rights terminated or did her sister just get custody? We are happy to schedule a consultation to discuss the situation further. The consultations last about an hour and cost $100. 770-723-7211.
If those funds are intended for the relief of the financial burdens of the American populus, incurred due to COVID-19. If the state plans to cannibalize those funds, How is this "help" going to due anymore than the last so called "help" for those who we're struggling Pre-COVID?
Yes, the state will take the funds and give them to the custodial parent for child support arrears. The state isn't cannibalizing the funds. The money is owed for child support that should have been paid previously, so that is where the money is going - to help the child.
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