My spouse is a business owner and I worked for the company, so I would like to know what steps I need to take to ensure my financial security.
The sooner you get experienced counsel the better. Omitting that step usually guarantees a bad result.See question
I've been married a little bit over a year and things are not going well and I want a divorce and she doesn't. We have no kids together. We have nothing in our names together but a furniture bill and we leasing our house we live in.
Your case can only be uncontested if your souse signs and agrees on every detail. Since she doesn't want a divorce a contested case is likely and you definitely need counsel.See question
My ex and myself applied for a marriage license in Fulton county, the ceremony was preformed but the license was never turned in and we both want to go our separate ways...trying to figure out if a divorce necessary since there is no marriage ce...
The moment the officiant signed you were married. A divorce is necessary.See question
I need to know what steps I need to take in order for my son to have his biological father's last name. The man listed on my son's birth certificate was proven by a court ordered paternity test to not be my son's biological father and he has had n...
You will likely have to ask a court to do two things - correct the birth certificate and change his name. You will definitely need counsel as correcting the birth certificate doesn't happen with forms and requires service on the state.See question
The father of my 3 kids and I have seperated, he now lives with his mom and has decided to file for full custody. I have cared for our family their whole lives while he has been in & out of prison. I recently had to quit my job because he would no...
The one thing that will make a huge difference is how quickly you get a lawyer so do that immediately even if it means borrowing from family and friends. This will also help you get child support. Things will likely go badly without counsel.See question
Divorce...child custody...just had mediation after a year of court hearings and both parties didn't reach agreement...now their is this thing called trial calender...what is it? What happens?
It means your case may be reached for trial and if you don't even know the simplest terminology you are dangerously under prepared and likely will have a bad and unfixable outcome. You badly need counsel and should borrow from family friends and credit cards to get the lawyer you should have already hiredSee question
Going through a modification of child support and visitation. I am representing myself. I filed an answer to the plaintiff request for modification. Had a temporary hearing and lost some of my rights and when I tried to touch on other issues that...
You have a snowball's chance in Hades without counsel so borrow from family and friends to get counsel. Answers can be amended until a pretrial order but that may or may not matter this far into a case.See question
I left my husband in 2011. We were both military but I got out and went back home to here GA. My husband said I kidnapped our son because I left during our no contact period. The night I left my husband was arrest for assaulting me and the week pr...
You didn't kidnap the child and he's free to do the same until and unless you get a lawyer and start a divorce. Treat this as an immediate emergency as he has the same rights as you until a judge says otherwise.See question
I want a new car but my credit is bad. Will filing bankruptcy hurt my chances of getting approved for a auto loan
Yes. Some lenders will turn you down and some will charge you higher interest . Whether you should file depends on other facts so meet with a lawyer. The smart move if you are drowning in debt is buy a cheap used car for cash.See question
Here is the situation. I married a guy in 2008! Things hit Rocky 2010. I moved back to GA since. I caught my husband cheating so I packed up and left being that we were military and NY was not my home state I moved back to GA. In 2012 I used the d...
Get a lawyer yesterday . You can go to jail for bigamy. Your new "husband" is not your husband. And if you're pregnant the man you tried to divorce is the legal father unless a court says otherwise. You can expect to pay significant legal fees and cannot fix this without counsel. I am sad to say you created the mess by trying to be your own lawyer and not doing even minimal research into the process . Don't repeat the mistake and hire counsel in the next day or two. Your non-husband also needs a lawyer if he wants to claim parental rights.See question