A diversion program is always the best option. But there are other issues to discuss pertaining to how and under what conditions you enter the program and the timing to determine of and when you may be able to expunge the arrest itself.
You need to contact the.court right away. I am dealing with a case just like this is douglasville municipal court. Contact an attorney to help and try to get the case resolved before you get pulled over
There is no law to directly apply. First, has either you or your husband filed for divorce or separation? If so, a standing order will keep the status quo in place. If not, no one will be held liable at the moment , but his actions can be used later in the proceedings. I think you need to hire an attorney, file an action and ask the court for temporary support... Right away
As a living heir, your daughter will have rights to her father's estate. This depends on how many siblings she has from her father and if her father is currently married. Since she is an only child she may be the sole beneficiary of his estate if he is not married. She cannot force her father to create a will. She will have inherit rights by law to all his estate if he dies without a will but the estate could be tied up for some time if no will is created. In the event of his death, and if...
There is still an opportunity to clear your name. It will just take time. An attorney needs to review your case and take steps to resolve the legal issues ahead. Need some more facts to give you a solid answer.
Good thinking. Your boyfriend does need to be divorced to legally marry you. The best case scenario would be to located and have her consent to the divorce. If you cannot find her yourself, you can hire an investigator to locate her. Once she is found, if she does not consent, you can serve her and sue her in the county where she lives. If she cannot be located through all reasonable mean..then you need to file a divorce by publication. The advantage here is that there no minor children and no...
I would need more information to give you a good answer. This case would require some background investigation and a review of the police report. I recommend taking a consultation with an attorney as soon as possible. No matter what, you do not want to go to court unrepresented.
There are a lot of issues in your question. It's difficult to predict what a judge do since each case is unique. You certainly do not want your bills to be unpaid, but you shouldn't have to support two households. My best advice would be to hire an attorney and get a temporary order in place to protect yourself. What happens if you don't pay? Will your husband allow the house to go into foreclosure and ruin your credit?
A good attorney would help you get a temporary scenario in place that...
A paternity is like any court order and the consequences would be the same. A violation of a court order is a serious matter and could lead to this person being found in contempt of court. At that point a judge can assess fines or even jail time for failure to comply. The party will havean opportunity to respond and explain themselves, but a blanket failure to respond could lead to trouble.