I had a NOT at fault car accident on my home from work last year, the driver rear ended me on my way home work. That was in last months before I filed my bankruptsy. I later months later filed my chapter 7. I had no why of knowing that it would...
Sound like you made the foolish and unfixable choice of filing with no lawyer as a lawyer would have discussed the car case before filing. You may lose some or the settlement. Get a lawyer today as you may be able to exempt and keep some of it. Not having a lawyer has likely cost you money.See question
My Fiance and I are having our first child in a few weeks. She currently has health insurance through the state. Will Georgia automatically attempt to collect child support from me? We live together and she does not work. I plan on adding our son ...
They can seek reimbursement for whatthey paid. Why would you think other taxpayers should pay for you, rather than you paying?See question
When my son was born in 2015 the wrong person signed the birth certificate , he his not the father and we want to have his last name changed to his biological father's name. what steps do we need to take to do so?
The "wrong person"signing is a criminal act if done knowingly, so do NOT attempt this without a lawyer. This is more than a mere name change. It may require a petition to correct a birth certificate (there is no form for that if you are looking) in superior court, although with some fact patterns other type cases ranging from legitimization to divorce might address theissue. It will help if you have the cooperation of the realdad and the fake dad, and youmade need DNA tests. Again, you do need a lawyer and the specific facts will affect what to file. In any event, courts can order both a name change for thechild and corrected father info on thecertificate, and may need to address other issues, like child support. You listed this as an adoption issue on AVVO (itis not), so I have moved it to family law.See question
I am going to lose everything I cant afford it by myself.
The best answer is to immediately hire a lawyer and seek divorce. A hearing can be requested to seek support, legal fees and so on. If support is your only focus and you don't want a divorce right now, youcan go to the state child support unit and deal just with support, but getting divorce counsel is likely the most logical step.See question
We're planning to conceive a baby with an anonymous donor he will have no rights with the baby and I want the baby to have my lastname and we are not married what will I have to do?
STOP and get a lawyer - fast!!! You are headed for a likely unfixable legal mess unless you get a lawyer before you start. You likely CANNOT sign the birth certificate, and even if you get the last name you want,you will have no parental rights and if unmarried may have no way to get them(and the sperm donor can potentially get parental rights). You need to see an experienced adoption lawyer. Likely you need to get married first, and whichever on eof you bears thechild will have parental rights - a spouse, but likely NOT an unmarried lover, could then do a step-parent adoption. If you plan this right, things canwork. If you wing it and try to do this online, it may be very hard or impossible, or very expensive, to fix things later. This will almost certainly work better if you're married.See question
My friend died in 2007 but now in 2017 I just found out that I was in her will but her daughter who was the affected or never told me about it is it too late for me to obtain that money and how do I go about it? Cobb county ga
It may or may not be too late. Check with the probate court to see if anything was filed there (and get copies). Once you find that out, sit down with a probate attorney to review what you found (or have not found). In some cases the will may never have been probated. In others, there simply may have been no assets. And in some, something wrong may have happened.See question
I filed for bankruptcy late September of 2016. My Ch. 7 Bankruptcy was discharged on January 2017. I plan to receive a large gift via check from a family member. Would this be okay? If it is not an inheritance, do I still need to wait 6 mo...
You need to call your bankruptcy lawyer. No one here has seen your case file or knows the background of your case. The fact that you know a month after discharge and 4 months after filing about this suggests some hidden facts that could land you and a family member in hot water depending on facts. Do NOT post the details online here on the internet (this is the internet) where the trustee can see them. Call your lawyer in the morning.See question
I want to sign the baby's birth certificate
Absent marrying the mother or later legitimizing the child, you will have NO parental rights, so while you may be able to signthe birth certificate, and with the mother's okay may be able to use your last name, you will not be doing important steps focusing only on those tasks. Consider marriage before birth (or, less helpful but useful, legitimization after). Sit down with a lawyer now, as there are serious lifetime legal implications to your choices.See question
I am going through a pretty messy divorce which has lead me to stay with my dad since the beginning of November 2016 - present. My dad is in his last stages of Cancer and has been in the hospital for 3 weeks and he is out of it right now with all ...
With no lease you are a tenant at will. You must be given 60 days notice. If you ignore that, a court can then remove you. Now the question you didn't ask: you're in a "messy divorce" and posting here, which says you have made a huge mistake and don't have counsel. Address that in the morning. It is urgent. It matters. It will likely affect the outcome.See question
Back in August 2016 as i was going through files looking for my daughters birth certificate I came across papers from department of homeland security in 2009 addressed to my husband stating his request for citizenship has been denied for a 2nd ti...
You're in a custody battle knowing you could lose your children and don't have a lawyer? That isn't the qyuestion you asked, but THAT may be the biggest and most costly mistake of your life. Proper discovery your lawyer can do will determine his status, but regardless of status, he CAN seek custody. Properly addressed by a lawyer, and you will not know how to obtain, much less introduce evidence, his status may help you. You have a legal emergency and need a lawyer yesterday. Spend tommorow getting counsel. Do NOT delay.See question