Me and my daughters father split up March 2015. We were never married. I am applying for child support and they need proof. She has been living with me at my parents house. We have separate bedrooms. I am saving up to move in June. I have a full t...
The burden is on the father to show that he has legitimated the child. Otherwise, he has no legal rights to the child. Contact a family lawyer in your area.See question
I plead no conrest to a simple possession charge in 1992 23 years ago spent 4 months in jail cause it was under first offender act can i own a gun?
I presume you were charged with a felony possession based on your question. If you were sentenced under the First Offender Act, successfully completed your sentence without violation and were discharged, Ruben you still have the right to possess a firearm.See question
I went to the drive-through order dinner came home to eat and found bones in my chicken nuggets
1. Get medical attention. Both to treat the injury and document the incident.
2. Preserve the evidence. Put the bone and the remaining food in a playing bag. Photograph the bone and injury.
3. Discuss your case with an experienced personal injury lawyer. The initial consultation is normally free and that lawyer can advise you of you have a viable claim.See question
There is not enough information. Third degree child cruelty and interfering with a 911 call are both misdemeanors punishable by up to 12 months and $1,000 fine. "Family Violence" is not a crime in and of our self. Most family violence cases are charged as misdemeanors such Battery, Simple Battery or Simple Assault. However, if you are charged with a felony that is much more serious with up to 20 years on the line.
What you are likely to get depends on the jurisdiction you are charged in as well as your history. Talk to a lawyer familiar with jurisdiction where your case is pending.See question
I was married over three years ago. I found out he was already married. I'd seen online where a woman shortly after our marriage, filed for a divorce from him. I have seen him in about two or more years. What is my marital status?
You are married. You may be a able to file for an annulment based on fraudulent inducement and based on the fact that you're spouse was not legally able to contrast marriage. However, of there were any children born of the marriage you will need to file a divorce as the law favors that children are legitmate, Everex of one of the parents had committed bigamy. Speak with a lawyer about your situation.See question
Doyle Anthony Norwood Sr. Was refused (2) times at state courthouse for a probable cause hearing by a female judge, she refused to hear his story and told him to leave her courtroom and as he was leaving she told him to go to the sheriff office to...
Warrants can only be issued and dismissed by a judge. You should consult a lawyer to address the issues with the court. From what is stated in the question, it's really an issue of a lawyer cleaning up the procedural issues.See question
What are the custodial parent rights when the non custodial parent agrees to meet but doesn't show and then wants to reschedule?
Documentation is key. If he takes you to court, you need to show that you did what you are supposed to do. You may want to take the kids to a counselor who can talk about the issues the kids from getting prepared to visit and it never happens.See question
Temporary custody was given to the grandmother involuntarily when my son had his arm broken by my step father who was baby sitting him at the time. She wont let me see him or talk to him. I used to do drugs and had got into trouble and sent to pri...
You need to talk to a lawyer. This is a complex issue involving custody and you are going to need to work your way back into a relationship with your children. I'm sure your kids want to be with you but you are going to need to prove it in court with third party professional evidence.See question
The mother of my daughter ended our relationship and she moved to another state. She has not kept her word whenever we made arrangements to meet and exchange our daughter. The last incident we agreed that she would bring her from Alabama to Ga. ...
It appears that you may have hired a lawyer. You need to listen to that lawyer and not go behind his or her back. Consult a lawyer, stick with a litigation plan and stay off the internet.See question
Is there a form/document that will transfer a deceased parents custody to their parent? I am asking in order to have that covered should something happen to my daughter or son (both have shared custody with another person) so that the other livin...
In a word, no. With regard to the situation in Georgia, by law, when one parent dies, the other parent automatically gains custody. The only way custody can be changed under Georgia law is by court order. Georgia law does not allow for self executing custody orders that change custody without a review by a court.
A grandparents remedy in the event that a parent dies, is to file an action for grandparents visitation with the appropriate court. The law varies from state to state. I recommend that in the event of the death of a parent, you consult a lawyer in the jurisdiction where the grand child lives.See question