Given the delay in filing for divorce you are potentially going to have a difficult time getting this processed. The name change is a separate legal matter. You are going to need the services of an attorney to resolve these matter.
You should hire an attorney immediately. You should know that under the fee system in Georgia you will be charged 25% of the amount of the recovery whether you hire the attorney now or six months from now. And you will be much better off having an attorney from the beginning than getting one later on. Workers Compensation law is very technical in nature and you could make mistakes that would damage your claim without knowing it.
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You really need an attorney on this immediately. By failing to answer the discovery timely you may waive objections you may have had to them. You are better off filing shell answers and objecting to those questions you feel you have objections to than doing nothing. You can always amend them later, but you should do so quickly as you do not want to face a motion to compel and get stuck paying the other sides attorney's fees.
The amount of money that employer/insurers are willing to pay out in cash to you will likely be affected by the amount of money needed to fund a Medicare Set Aside (MSA)fund. Future medical care, the MSA and the employer/insurer's future exposure for weekly benefits and the permanent partial disability rating will all be factored in to the amount of money they will offer in settlement.
There is no way anyone but your attorney can advise you as to whether or not your settlement is "fair" as...
With the caveat that I am not an attorney in Maryland I will try to answer your question regarding the military. I would suggest you contact the Office of U.S. Air Force Special Investigations at the Base on which he is stationed to see if they have an ongoing investigation. If they do not, they should be able to provide you with direction with regard to who you need to talk to regarding this matter. You should retain an attorney in Maryland immediately.
Good luck. I hope this was helpful.
That would depend on a number of factors. If there are no children involved then there is really no bar to either of you leaving. If there are minor children and the court has a standing order applied to your case that prohibits you from taking the child outside the jurisdiction of the court, then you could be subject to a finding of contempt if your spouse decides to press the issue. You may also run into problems getting a final decree done if you are both out of the state. Some judges will...
That is known as a scriveners error and generally can be corrected at any time. If you had the correct heading on the pleading you should still be okay. You are generally better off correcting a mistake immediately than letting it sit. You should secure the services of an attorney immediately before you make further, more damaging mistakes.
The general rule is thirty days, however, as a practical matter courts generally do not wait 30 days before deciding motions for continuance. If you intend to object you should do so, in writing filed with the clerk of court, immediately.
The quickest way of getting a divorce is by the parties reaching an agreement regarding all of the issues regarding division of your property. If you can't reach such an agreement then you are looking at a longer term divorce. You should have an uncontested divorce based upon the facts stated above, but if he is unwilling to cooperate then you will not have an easy time. You should consult with an attorney in Kentucky to see how this can done.