be ex husbands attorney is EXTREMELY lazy and will not cooperate with the 3(me, my ex, & my lawyer) of us. We have scheduled dates and he just won't cooperate. What can I do? This divorce has been going on for 2 years and we finally agree to every...
You should ask your attorney what to do. Don't circumvent your own attorney and attempt to undermine him with what you read on the Internet.See question
I'm 17 and my girlfriend is 15 her dad gave me her consent and me and her have been dating for 6 months can he put a restraining order on me if I have done nothing wrong
A lot more information is required in order to answer that question. The term restraining order is a very general term, as there are many different types of restraining orders. An attorney would want to know more about what transpired to cause the threat of a restraining order in order.See question
hes on the birth certificates he is an unfit parent and most of the time my kids do not want to go over there but we have not taking anything to court
Your ex may have no rights to visitation and no custody rights at this time. You should meet with an attorney to confirm this. You should also discuss other important matters with an attorney including what to do in situations that may occur.See question
A friend of mine is currently dealing with an ex-girlfriend whom is claiming that he is the father of her child. He's not really sure and wants to have a DNA test done, before he takes responsibility of this child. The ex-girlfriend is constantly ...
An attorney would likely discuss with your friend the option of filing for legitimation with a subsequent request for a DNA test. Any legal matter regarding children including legitimation, child support, custody, visitation, and other important matters, should not be undertaken without the guidance of an attorney.See question
My ex LL is filed a police report stating that my family is responsible for over nine thousand in damages. He lied in the report and it can be proven that it was false. How long does he have to file here in Georgia?
There is no statute of limitations regarding the filing of a police report. Anyone can request to file a police report and anytime regarding any matter of any timeframe as long as the complaint was derived within the jurisdiction of the filing Police Department. That being said, the filing of a police report does not mean that the police will take any subsequent action.See question
I don't want to get to much into details about my case, but I was falsely arrested and case was dismissed. I'm looking to prove this person had manipulated the process for different motives.
It may make sense for you to pay an attorney for an hour of time to go over your situation and give you your options. A case like you are describing can start in different venues based on the evidence you have and the nature of your allegations. The bottom line is that if you are unwilling to go into details, and attorney has nothing to work from. Also, attorneys are not allowed to give you specific legal advice about your specific matter. This venue is really only meant to offer general and basic counseling to point you in the right direction.See question
I have not worked since I found out I was pregnant. I have stayed home and raised our son. My husband has been cheating on me, and I am done. We do not have any money to spend on lawyers. If I went to live with my parents, who are about 2 hours aw...
You would need to call around to find an attorney willing to work something out with you an the fees. If you move, assuming there is no court order in place regarding the child, you would be ok to move with your child, but there are other considerations. Talk to a local divorce attorney before making any decisions.See question
If my house is in my name only and I gave a Power of Attorney to my wife. would she be able to sell the property and give clear title to someone else?
The answers of both other attorneys so far are correct. The power of attorney would need to give you the specific power for real estate transactions, and most attorneys will want a power specific to the transaction. Attorneys may be more likely to do the transaction with a general POA if the person giving power is truly incapacitated. That being said, your attorney in fact could just execute a quit claim feed without an attorney as long as the POA gave her that power.See question
I paid him to buy a fuse box to wire in to my road tractor . Because the gauges quit working after the hood was slammed down. That is what he said it needed. He then bought 3 maual gauges and mounted them in the dash. To by pass my factory gauges ...
Anyone can sue. It sounds like he may be suing you in order to intimidate you into paying for something you didn't ask for.See question
I want to sue the Landlord for the balance of the $7,000 security deposit that I paid to lease the property I lived in for 6 years. Landlord only returned $2,000 and I cashed the check.
You didn't ask a question but obviously you should either hire an attorney begin the process yourself. Hiring an attorney would be advisable.See question