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Christopher T. Anderson

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  • Can my exwife say my son can't be around my girlfriend?

    Can she say in the divorce papers that my girlfriend can't be around my son of she's done nothing to harm him in any way?

    Christopher’s Answer

    She can say whatever she wants ... the real question is do you have to agree to it. The answer is you don't have to agree to anything. You can always let the judge (or jury) decide.

    Consult with a competent attorney experienced in this area. Many (like me) offer a free initial consultation.

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  • Why am I paying alimony when I have custody of our kids, she left town and is living with a man that she has plans to marry

    My question is why do I have to keep paying so much alimony,why do I have to pay at all. I have had custody for two years now, the last time I went to court to try to get alimony eliminated I ended up with a reduction from $400/ week to $275/ week...

    Christopher’s Answer

    Because you haven't sued to terminate alimony. Hate to be so blunt, but it sounds like you need to get with an attorney, and get this taken care of.

    Consult with a competent attorney experienced in this area. Many (like me) offer a free initial consultation.

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  • I was married 12 yrs ago and my husband left a year into the marriage. i want to get divorce but i have no information about him

    i need infomation to get divorce from my husband who left a yr into the marriage how can i obtain information?

    Christopher’s Answer

    First step is really try to find him.

    Consult with a competent attorney experienced in this area. Many (like me) offer a free initial consultation.

    Georgia Divorce Lawyers - Timmons, Warnes & Anderson, LLP

    http://www.classiccitylaw.com/PracticeAreas/Divorce.asp

    www.classiccitylaw.com/PracticeAreas/Child-Custody-Support-Alimony.asp

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  • I was married 12 yrs ago and my husband left a year into the marriage. i want to get divorce but i have no information about him

    i need infomation to get divorce from my husband who left a yr into the marriage how can i obtain information?

    Christopher’s Answer

    First step is really try to find him.

    Consult with a competent attorney experienced in this area. Many (like me) offer a free initial consultation.

    Georgia Divorce Lawyers - Timmons, Warnes & Anderson, LLP

    http://www.classiccitylaw.com/PracticeAreas/Divorce.asp

    www.classiccitylaw.com/PracticeAreas/Child-Custody-Support-Alimony.asp

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  • How are assets and debt divided in a divorce?

    My ex and I have been living apart for several years now but have been married for over 12 years. We have one child together. We do not have legal separation papers but have custody and visitation.We now would like to divorce. Since we separated, ...

    Christopher’s Answer

    Equitably. I am not sure what your real question is. Are you going to be able to do this by agreement, or will it be contested. By agreement, the answer is: Whatever you decide. Otherwise, the answer is whatever the court decides. An attorney competenet and experienced in this area of the law would be able to give you a likely outcome, once s/he is aware of the facts and circumstances in a confidential consultation with you.

    Georgia Divorce Lawyers - Timmons, Warnes & Anderson, LLP

    http://www.classiccitylaw.com/PracticeAreas/Divorce.asp

    www.classiccitylaw.com/PracticeAreas/Child-Custody-Support-Alimony.asp

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  • Ny after divorce haw longer it take to get marriage

    if you finsh divorce haw longer it take to get marriage aging

    Christopher’s Answer

    You can do them within seconds of one another. Typically not a good idea ... but that's another discussion.

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  • Filing a complaint for an ex for failure to inform

    my spouse fails to communicate his whereabouts and confirm dates when he has our son. i am primary custodian and it is required that either one of us inform the other. this is not the first time i am left in the dark or have to reshuffle my schedu...

    Christopher’s Answer

    You can enforce your Divorce Decree through the courts' power of contempt!

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  • Divorced only in muslim way .

    i was married in iraq to my cusion by force from my uncle he never toched me we came to usa i did his paper to come to use just so i can frely be divorce to him i didnt want him so we divorced by muslim law in a few words and my family was aware o...

    Christopher’s Answer

    There are some open questions here:
    - Were you validly married by Iraq law?
    - Were you divorced according to Iraq law? (Was this divorce done in Iraq, and legally recognized there?)

    Depending on these answers you may need a divorce, or even possibly an annulment of your first marriage, and then do your second marriage again.

    Contact me if you would like my firm to help you navigate this process.

    *** This is a general interest posting on a public website, regarding general legal concepts. This posting is not, and should not be interpreted to be legal advice to anyone, or to create an attorney client relationship between the poster and anyone. There is no way the amount of information in a website posting could be sufficient for the poster to provide informed legal advice. If you have legal questions pertaining to your situation, you should discuss them with an attorney, in person, and in sufficient detail for that attorney to provide you with confidential, competent legal advice ***

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  • Divorced only in muslim way .

    i was married in iraq to my cusion by force from my uncle he never toched me we came to usa i did his paper to come to use just so i can frely be divorce to him i didnt want him so we divorced by muslim law in a few words and my family was aware o...

    Christopher’s Answer

    There are some open questions here:
    - Were you validly married by Iraq law?
    - Were you divorced according to Iraq law? (Was this divorce done in Iraq, and legally recognized there?)

    Depending on these answers you may need a divorce, or even possibly an annulment of your first marriage, and then do your second marriage again.

    Contact me if you would like my firm to help you navigate this process.

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  • Divorce agreement

    My parents divorced 31 years ago in the agreement he was to give her 5000 dollars if the real estate sold he has now passed away with no will is this still an issue.

    Christopher’s Answer

    Hopefully whether the benefits of the agreement inure to her estate was addressed in the agreement. You need an attorney to review the document and advise you accordingly.

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