I am on child support and would like to petition for visitation, but unsure if I need to do Legitimation also.
No this most likely does not satisfy the requirements of Legitimation. However, if you plan to file a Petition for Visitation it is very simple for an attorney to Petition for Legitimation and request a proper Order establishing visitation at the same time.See question
Husband's biological father's will doesn't mention him or other son, but does mention his daughter and 4 of 5 of his dead wife's children as the beneficiary of his estate. And they have all decided not to take the will through probate court. The ...
In order to challenge the Will, your husband will have to file a Caveat in the Court where the Will is being probated. He will need sufficient ground such as Mental Capacity at the time of signing the Will, Improper Execution, Undue Influence, Fraud and Forgery. I highly recommend retaining counsel as this can be a delicate process.See question
She is currently bribing my daughter so she will call her. Is there anything I can do?
I think additional information is needed. Is your child a minor? Who has primary custody? As the parent of a minor child you can prevent your daughter from accepting any of the items being used to bribe her. You must also insist that you discuss matters as they relate to your child with the child's other parent. If there are any legal documents (custody paperwork, parenting plan) it should discuss the need to co-parent, etc.See question
The charges are for domestic violence against my boyfriend but can I just ignore it because the subpoena is not even signed by anyone but a clerk there's not even a phone number for me to call about it it was delivered in the mail not signed for o...
Pursuant to Georgia Statute 24-10-21 , At the request of any party, subpoenas for attendance at a hearing or trial shall be issued by the clerk of the court in which the hearing or trial is held.. Therefore it being signed by the clerk is proper.
Pursuant to Georgia Statute 24-10-23 a subpoena may be served by any sheriff, by his deputy, or by any other person not less than 18 years of age. Proof may be shown by return or certificate endorsed on a copy of the subpoena. Subpoenas may also be served by registered or certified mail or statutory overnight delivery, and the return receipt shall constitute prima-facie proof of service. Service upon a party may be made by serving his counsel of record. Therefore, service may be made by registered, certified, statutory overnight mail.
My recommendation to you would be to speak with an attorney and allow them to review the subpoena and determine if it is proper.
I will warn you that pursuant to OCGA 24-10-25, subpoenas may be enforced by attachment for contempt and by a fine not exceeding $300.00 and imprisonment not exceeding 20 days. It is not something to take lightly.See question
What should I do? I looked up information on the university and while there have been pass issues with the law, I can't seem to find out if they really are bad guys. What prompted me to post here was in the past few weeks how they started treating...
I think more information is required before this question may be answered properly. Most notably, when you stated "...they want $2,395.00 from me for two failed courses that I only failed once." are you stating that they double billed you? Also, when you spoke with the academic advisor about your mental health issues did you at that time request to be dropped from the course? Was this before or after the drop/add deadline? I would recommend that you contact an attorney and request a formal consultation.See question
I have a new on line business would like to find a reasonable attorney who specializes in On line business. I live in Savannah Georgia. I have no issues I just would like to have someone in case. I would like to meet and discuss my business.
In addition to Avvo you may also contact the state bar to assist you in locating an attorney.See question
I am a 22 year old female. I was pulled over last night because I forgot to turn my head lights. I qas arrested for driving without a Liscense. I have insurance but also being charged with no insurance. My bond was $1130. $7?? For driving without ...
For me it was difficult to completely understand why you think you will go to jail at your next courtdate. I can tell you that you will be afforded an opportunity to plea guilty or not guilty. If you plea not guilty you will be given the right to a trial. Not until you plea guilty or are found guilty can you be sentenced - i.e. sent to jail or required to pay a fine. To speak specifically on your situation and how this applies to your case, you should contact a criminal defense attorney and have a formal consultation. You should do this quickly.See question
My landlord filed a dispossessory warrant on me and i filed an answer but today she called me just days before court and she threatened to come to my door asking me to pay rent even though she told me she acknowledged me putting an answer with th...
Based on the facts provided I would agree with my colleagues that this does not constitute harassment. Though a dispossessory action is pending, the landlord can accept any past due rent and dismiss the action before it goes to trial . If you do owe the late rent it is an option you might want to consider. Magistrate judges do not usually take into consideration poor financial circumstances at dispossessory hearings.See question
We are the landlord. We have a basement apartment and a tenant signed a one year lease. We have no problem with the tenant, but after six months, we have decided to move. We want to be fair to the tenant but we would also like to put our house u...
My recommendation is a practical one. Reach out to the tenant and make them aware of the situation. Perhaps you can renegotiate the lease to accommodate both parties. Once a new agreement is reached you should retain counsel to properly draft the amended lease.See question
I have completed all requirements needed for license reinstatement yet I cannot get the attorney of record to return repeated phone calls and emails. This attorney did not make sure proper ppwk was filled during original court proceedings and now ...
Before this question can be answered more information is needed. Why is your licenses suspended? When you refer to an attorney of record is this your former counsel or opposing counsel?See question