Divorce decree documents
Divorce records in Georgia are generally public record. You just need to know what county he (or his former wife possibly) lived in at the time the case was filed. The Clerk of the Superior Court of each county maintains the divorce files.See question
What can i do my daughter father had his wife adopt my daughter with out me knowing or signing anything is that legal
A court in a stepparent adoption in Georgia can grant the adoption and thereby terminate the biological parent's legal relationship with the child if that parent has abandoned the child or has failed to support the child for 12 months or more or has failed to communicate with the child for 12 months or more. There should still be service of process so the parent has notice and an opportunity to object and present evidence that those factors did not exist.See question
MY MOM GOT MARRIED ON 2/26/2002 AND NEVER DIVORCED FROM A MAN THAT HAS MARRIED ANOTHER WOMAN ON 3/27/2015. HE WAS ABLE TO GET A MARRIAGE LICENSE BECAUSE HE PRESENTED TO THE COURTS A MARRIAGE DISSOLUTION FROM A PRIOR MARRIAGE.
Bigamy is a crime. Only law enforcement officials can bring charges for a crime. As indicated in s prior answer you can alert law enforcement to the facts but it. Is within their discretion whether to charge or prosecute.See question
been separated for over 6 years and wanting a divorce. (uncontested)
An uncontested divorce is one in which you and your spouse have agreed on all issues like child custody, parenting time, child support, alimony, division of property, etc. Do you have an agreement on all of these issues?
Cost will depend on many factors which should be discussed with a lawyer to better evaluate the case and quote you a fee, either on an hourly basis or flat fee.See question
My ex and I filed for a divorce almost 2 years. I am self employed. I own a landscape business. At the time of signing the papers I was finacially stable. Within the past year during the divorce I have lost alot of my clients. So now my finacial ...
Presumably since you incurred attorney's fees, you have an attorney. That attorney is the best person to ask about filing to recover an award of fees from the other side in your case. Yes, you can ask for and have a good chance of recovering fees under these sort of facts. The request ideally should have been made at the time of the hearing in the case.See question
From my experience,it's very difficult to ascertain in a consultation what type of performance or skill they will have in the court room during a trial. I am looking for advice on how to discern "good/solid" trial attorneys in family law. I unde...
The ratings on Avvo are a good place to start. Then check out their website. Schedule a consultation to determine your personal comfort level.See question
I have a soon to be 7 year old son. His 'REAL' father did sign the B.C., but has nothing to do with my son. He doesn't pay The Court Ordered Child Support and he doesn't call my son and he doesn't see my son. My Husband has been in my son's life s...
Based on the facts you have described, your husband could file a petition for stepparent adoption. The fathers rights could be terminated if he has failed to support the child for over 12 months or to communicate with the child for over 12 months. See an adoption attorney to start the process.See question
Father passed away in GA 3 years ago with a will naming wife and only daughter as heirs to his property and belongings. Now, 3 years later, his 3 younger brothers are asking us for certain family items my father has had for 40+ years and left to w...
Assuming your father's will was valid, the plan he left behind governed how all of his property should be distributed. Even without a will his wife and children take everything and his brothers get nothing.
If they continue to bother you, consider speaking with a lawyer to put them on notice to cease this contact or face legal consequencesSee question
The initial divorce complaint was filed in one county, but when he learned the complaint had to be filed in the defendant's (his) home county, he used my original signature that was notarized, and attached it to a fraudulent complaint that liste...
I urge you to get a lawyer as quickly as possible in the divorce case to raise the issue there. The Court won't know it's a forgery until you raise the issue. THEN you may wish to consider letting police or the District Attorney know about it.See question
My mom is on both property deeds one they lived in one they rented out in another county. Also two cars only in dads name. Do any of this need to go through probate.
I agree with my colleagues on the deeds (yes only if the deeds are titled in both names as joint tenants with rights of survivorship). As to cars there is a simplified non-probate procedure which may be available using Form T20 Affidavit of Inheritance of Motor Vehicle.See question