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Peter Phillip Gross

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  • Is it illegal to put a camera in your child's bedroom?

    I am going to a divorce and have temporary custody of my daughter. Someone told me that she plans to accuse me of child sexual abuse so she can win full custody. I think that is a very easy accusation against men when it comes to custody of girls....

    Peter’s Answer

    You have a very complicated matter an need to consult with an attorney. As to the camera, I agree with attorney Knox as to the criminal nature of this matter. Your question references planing a divorce and then states you have temporary custody. These two statements generally are contradictory. Therefore, as to a divorce, you need to speak with an attorny. I offer free telephone consultation at 770-563-0005.

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  • Is it a violation while crossing the white line then the light turns yellow?

    I received to ticket for "Failure To Obey Traffic Control Devices". The officer admitted to me that it was a safety precaution. I told him once I crossed the white line, the light turned yellow. He just smiled at me and gave me the ticket. I'm 2...

    Peter’s Answer

    If your ticket is in the Municipal Court of Smyrna, I can represent you at a very afforadable rate. Additionally I have had the good fortune to have many of these matters not show up on your driving history. It is important to note that a finding of Guility or Nolo Contendre may affect your insurance rates. I offer a free telephone consultation at 770-563-0005.

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  • Can a probation officer make a non convicted person pay and take a drug test without a court order?

    my husband was pulled over for speeding. we had forgetten to renew our insurance and the car was impunded but he was NOT arrested. when he went to court, he was ordered to pay a fine for the speeding ticket, no insurance at the time of incident an...

    Peter’s Answer

    This is why your Husband should have had an attorney represent him in his criminal case. The short answer to the questions is Yes, this can happen. Generally, your Husband's probation will terminate when he pay's all of his fines. Therefore, it may be in his best interest to pay this off as soon as possible. Please call me for a free consultation at 770-563-0005 and I may be able to give you more incite to this matter.

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  • If my husband takes another job voluntarily that will pay less, would the court lower his child support obligation?

    My husband has 3 girls and pays nearly $1200 per month in child support. This of course is based on his current income. My husband is miserable at his job and has only stayed as long as he has because he will have a hard time finding another job t...

    Peter’s Answer

    The general rule is that an obligor (your husband) can not voluntarily suppress his income. However, if your Husband has to change jobs for medical reasons or is terminated for no fault of his own, that is a reason to have his child support recalculated. It is important that you speak with an attorney as to his matter. I offer free telephone consultations at 770-563-0005.

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  • I need make a divorce with my wife. We got marriage out side United State and I don't have children, same account.

    We don't have any thing together, but now I want divorce, so what I'm supposed to do to make this divorce.

    Peter’s Answer

    A divorce is a complicated legal procedure. You need to speak with an attorney as to this matter. I offer free telephone consultations at 770-563-0005.

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  • How do I go about finding out if I am divorced If I do not know where my spouse lives and have no idea where they file?

    My husband and I have been seperated since 2010. He was in the military and I was told that I would be unable to file until he was no longer on active duty. His active duty ended in 2012, but by then I had no idea where he was at and he would no...

    Peter’s Answer

    If you are divorced, it would be in the Superior Court. Therefore check all the Superior Courts around any military base that your husband was stationed. You could also do an internet search on this at any of the free or pay sites. good luck.

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  • Can my ex-wife take me back to court to argue a modification to our divorce decree? Can she bring up problems in our marriage?

    I'm not sure if she is just pressuring me for money or if she can really take me back to court. She wants $75k plus 5 more years of alimony. She also wants the alimony to be termed as "debt owed" so she doesn't have to pay taxes on it and I won't...

    Peter’s Answer

    You ask a lot in your question. First, I would advise you to speak with an attorney. Generally, absent the parties being in agreement, divorces can not be modified, however alimony may be modified. Please call my office for a free telephone consultation at 770-563-0005

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  • Can you ask the judge for community service for driving on suspended license chg instead of jail time for first offense?

    I am pleading guilty in Smyrna court w/o a lawyer for driving on suspended license for DUI chg in Cobb Cty (as of end of Oct). Can I negotiate for fine only or community service? I have told my probation officer in Cobb about the violation and she...

    Peter’s Answer

    I agree with the other attorney's. Additionally, you should be concerned about the amount of time you may spend in jail for the the driving on suspended license, and the period of time for the license suspension. I offer a free telephone consultation at 770-563-0005.

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  • Can I get my Driving license back.

    On a second driving offence how long can my license be taken..

    Peter’s Answer

    You do not provide nearly enough information for an attorney to provide an answer. If your license is suspended call department of driver services (Georgia), and they will tell you how long your suspension is and what special conditions you need to do.

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  • My 19 year old son received a speeding ticket but the City stated that individuals under 21 must have a parent present.

    My 19 year old son received a speeding ticket and he is required to appear in court but not only that the city stated that a parent or legal guardian has to be present for this court date. How is that legal? In the U.S. a person is and adult 18...

    Peter’s Answer

    You did not say what city it is was, but this is very common in Roswell and some other cities. Additionally, you did not say how fast your son was going. I offer a free telephone consultation at 770-563-0005.

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