I agree with the other attorney's. Mediation is required in Fayette County. Mediation is a time for you to give input as to how the marital estate is to be divided. This can be much more advantageous than a complete stranger deciding what is going to happen. You would be surprised how many people in same position as you end up resolving their case in mediation. Remember getting in front of the judge will be costly, and may require multiple trips to the courthouse.
Yes you can get divorced. I have helped many people whose spouse is incarcerated. You should obtain the serviced of an attorney, or you may unknowingly open Pandora’s Box. It would appear from your question that special attention needs to be provided for child support, custody and visitation. I offer free telephone consultations at 770-563-0005.
The answer to your general question in is the Offical Code of Georgia 40-14-1 through 40-14-9.
However from a practical point of view it would be in your best interest to speak with an attorney. Even though you may understand the law, at trial if you fail to make the proper objection, it is waived and evidence will come in. I offer a brief telephone consulation at 770-563-0005
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.
You should get the assistance of an attorney in this matter immediately. It is possible to get a divorce in the county in which you reside. However this is dependent upon your spouse signing the appropriate legal documents. If you do not do everything properly, your spouse can change his mind and then this will be much more costly for you. I offer free telephone consultation at 770-563-0005
As a general statement of law, all assetts aquired during the course of the marriage are subject to an equitable division in a divorce. Therefore, if there is any equity in the property you are entitled to an equitable share. As to are you entitled to any money in the divorce, it depends on the facts of your case. You realy need to have an in depth consultation with a lawyer as to divorce so you can be properly advised as to alimony, and equitable division of property.
I agree with the other attorney's, your "general" question is extremely complex. With this type of question there are exeptions to the general rule. With this type of question I alway ask my client why are you asking this question and what do you want to know. To answer your question, without going into the exception to the general rule. Who owns the property; generally assetts aquired during the course of the marriage are subject to equitable division. Equitable means in a way that is...
The divorce process is extremely complex, and you should have an in depth consultation with an attorney. You give a convelutted question, however if your question is, does the husband have a child support obligation to the oldest child to whom he is not the biological father and this child was born before you were married, the answer is NO.
Based on your question, you all ready have sole custody of the child. Your passport question can be propperly addressed if you can not obtain a passport through the normal application process. Because then you will be told by the Federal Government what you need to be required for the passport and travel. At that time an attorney can assist with the passport issues.
You are mistaken if you think that full custody will allow you to move away for school and not allow the Father to fight for the child. You need to have an in depth consultation with a family law attorney. I charge 100.00 for a consultation 770-563-0005. Money spent on an attorney early on in this case will save you much heartache and money in the futre.