Wife committed adultery with a co-worker & is still having ongoing communication & possibly still engaging in sexual contact/intercourse. Divorce is pending, but she's been playing mind games as in one day she wants to work things out, the next sh...
It appear what you need to do is go get a divorce and move on. However, you need to retain an attorney to represent you in the matter.See question
My husband was killed a few months ago and we were married for 16+ years, with 2 small children. But everything (home, cars and bank accounts) were all in his name only and I was not named as the beneficiary. I filed for a letter of administrati...
It appears based on your posting that you need to gear up for a fight. Retain an attorney in this matter. The children are heirs and you may also be an heir. However, the mother is not an heir of her son's estate if there are children.See question
My father passed away years ago. Recently I learned that he had some property being held by the state of GA. He has no living spouses and five children. I want to file to be named temporary administrator so that I can learn what the property is...
You do not have to be in Georgia to file the petition. However, it would be in your best interest and the best interest of the estate to retain an attorney in the matter.See question
I had a warrant out for my arrest cause I was seen with a person accused of stealing someone's stuff and pawning it. I was in a car during a traffic stop and I was arrested and not read my rights. Can I sue the police department for arresting me o...
The short answer to your question is you can anybody but the real question will you be able to recover or get a judgement in your favor?See question
My husband and I have been married for 4 years and we both want a divorce.
Based on the information or should I say the lack of information provide, it is not possible to provide you with a proper answer. You need to go sit down with an attorney and discuss the matter so that the entire picture may be reviewed.See question
I have been in a bad marriage most of 34 years. I have always been a housewife and have raised six children, so I don't have any work experience. My husband and I have now been separated for several months. We have been discussing divorce, sep...
It would be in your best interest to go and sit down with an attorney to discuss your options. You have a lot to lose in this matter and without some legal advise you maybe be without.See question
I have lived in Fulton county for the pass 8 months. My husband has moved out of state. We lived in Dekalb county togther for the pass 4 years until He moved out. Last year.
Clearly, at the very least, you need to sit down with an attorney to discuss this matter. At best you need to retain an attorney to represent you in this matter.See question
Husband 60; I'm 56; want to update our will; looking for approximate cost and how complex a will has to be so that our children don't run into probate issues after our demise.
The cost of will preparation varies from attorney to attorney. You need to call around and check. However, all attorneys are not the same and do not have the equal experience.See question
Ive been convicted for a false imprisonment domestic violence felony. I pleaded NOLO to two separate family violence charges on a different case. I was recently arrested in Cobb County for a misdemeanor domestic violence battery charge. Will this ...
The best thing you can do is go go sit down with an attorney to review the entire picture. You have not provided enough information here to provide you with a proper answer.See question
The lawyer that I chose to pursue my workers compensation claim has not been in touch with me for weeks and I can't get ahold of him.
If you do not like the actions of your current lawyer, you have the right to get another lawyer.See question