You seem to be somewhat confused about divorce terminology. A no- fault divorce refers to the grounds for the divorce. In Georgia the no fault ground is that the parties are separated, without hope of reconciliation so that the marriage is irretrievably broken.
The ground for the divorce does not govern the cost. Normally cost is around $81 filing fee plus $25 sheriff's service fee.You can apply to have the court costs waived if you contact the clerk's office to file a pauper's affidavit....
You should always hire an attorney to represent you when you have been charged with a crime. In general you can notify the court prior to trial that you wish to change your plea. Since you are not represented you can also call the prosecutor to advise them of this change and he can advise you of when pleas will be taken.
Under OCGA sec 19-5-5, any spouse may be awarded alimony as long as he or she is not guilty of desertion or adultery.
Other factors are also considered when the parties are not able to agree including:
1. the participation each party had to the marital estate;
2. the duration of the marriage;
3. the future earning capacity and financial resources of each party;
4. the age and medical condition of each party;
5. the future earning capacity of each party;
6. the value of each party’...
Georgia law recognizes actual and constructive possession. If you were in close proximity to the drugs when you fled it could be some evidence of constructive possession. However the State must prove more than mere presence at the scene of the crime. These determinations are generally jury questions and are very fact dependent. You should retain a good criminal defense attorney in your area.
Yes. Employment or educational background checks may not show matters which have been restricted or expunged. A law enforcement check will include additional matters. In addition, sometimes a state check through the GCIC or NCIC may not include federal records.
You may wish to contact Georgia Legal Aid in your area for assistance. Otherwise you can seek attorney's fees as part of the relief in the divorce action. Most divorce attorneys require a retainer so you may have to borrow money from family or friends up front but if the court finds that you should be awarded attorney's fees you would then have some ability to pay back the money you borrowed..