There is no property settlement and no minor children.
You can file in Georgia if your husband will agree to waive venue in Georgia. If this is an uncontested divorce, there shouldn't be a problem with that for him. You would file in the county where you reside. I would suggest hiring an attorney though, as this type of filing could be a little difficult to handle on your own.See question
i have been married for almost two years to a man whom I have discovered is involved in bi-sexual conduct with other men. He is roothless and will stop at nothing to financially ruin me. I need an attorney who will fight for my rights.
You can certainly file for divorce. Adultery is a basis for divorce, as is irreconcilable differences. Either way, I would advise retaining an attorney and filing ASAP. Once the case is filed, there will be a standing order that prevents either party from emptying bank accounts, buying or selling any assets or taking out a loan.See question
My sons dad has left and had no contact what so ever. Now he wants to come back in after a year. After no help financial or physically.
If you were not married to the father at the time of the birth, and he has not filed a legitimation action, you have full custody of the child. He does not have any right to the child until such time as he received a court order awarding him any. I would suggest filing a petition to establish child support as an award for child support is not retroactive so the longer you wait, the less support you receive.See question
How much can I expect to pay an attorney for an uncontested divorce with a minor in Forsyth County? Thanks.
An uncontested divorce shouldn't be more than $750 with a minor child.See question
I work 12 hour days, i can cook, i clean, i do laundry and yard work as if its second nature. I don't want child support, i do not need it. All i want in my life is my child. Is it asinine to think I could be awarded custody? Any advice, any help,...
I am not sure what your situation is, whether you were married to the mother or not, and if there is a current order. It is not asinine to think you could get custody. Lots of fathers are awarded custody now. It depends on the situation, but an experienced attorney will know how to present your arguments regarding why you should have custody and the mother should not.See question
I moved out; he is staying in our house. We had live together for 4 years, and have been married for 4 years. No kids, I am unemployed, full time student; graduating next summer. If I rent an apartment, can I be awarded a temporary support for re...
Yes, you need to file to get court-ordered spousal support. If you don't get a court order for support, there is nothing enforceable by a court to require him to pay you.See question
Two children one is 15 years old and the other will turn 18 in August. The decree regarding support was not written as "per child" rather it states when the children turn 18, which could end me up paying support for my older daughter until she is...
The cost of any modification case depends on how much the other side wants to fight. If the case can be resolved amicably based on current income and expenses and the number of children support is being paid for, the cost should be relatively low. If the case is highly contested, the cost of representation will go up. Some attorneys offer flat-fee billing for modification actions, meaning you pay one fee and nothing more, regardless of how long the case goes on. You definitely need to file a modification though as there is a material change in circumstance and without a new order, your child support will not change and if you refuse to pay the additional support without a new order, your ex could file a petition for contempt for failure to pay the amount set forth in the order.See question
My ex did not pay full child support for the first 3 months stating that he was taking the money out and paying on a financial obligation we were both responsible for. I did not agree to it nor was it stated in decree that he could do that. I had ...
Yes he is in contempt for not complying with the child support order. You should consult with an attorney to determine if the amount word is worth taking him back to court. Attorney's fees are typvily easier to get awarded in a contempt matter because the only reason you are in court is because he didn't obey a court order.See question
I have had three TPOs filed against me to be heard at the same time.
If you fail to appear and the petitioner's appear, the Court will very likely grant all 3 TPOs against you. I don't know what the situation is, but I would suggest hiring an attorney to represent you. It sounds like you're in a pretty messy situation and you don't want to do anything that could make it worse.See question
nnot get alimony from her husband. is that true even if the husband filed for divorce and is trying to force her out? i am getting an attorney but I need an answer immediately.
That is absolutely not true. You need to hire an experienced family law attorney. It sounds like you need to find someone who is willing to actually litigate your case, not just push you to settle.See question