I filed for divorce on July 15th and served my husband in federal prison on the 20th. I received the Acknowledgement of Receipt back on the 24th. I received a court date for 08/29/16 so I went to court today and was told to send the Acknowledgemen...
You usually cannot serve divorces by mail and absent him signing an agreement you'd be in a court facing dismissal, or if you serve properly, a trial. Hurry and get a lawyer!See question
Her biological father has had little To no contact with her unless she goes with one of her siblings. The only reason we get 260. If that is because his disability garnishes it. He never followed the divorce papers for paying half of insurance, ...
To adopt without his consent the support and contact he does have may prevent adoption. If he will consent things get simpler and cheaper. At age 18 things get get cheaper and bio-dad gets no way. Regardless AVVO forbid s lawyers posting fees so call local adoption counsel.See question
My son is a single dad raising two children on his own but receiving some child support from the children's mother, she had since been arrested for DUI and is serving time in prison and not able to afford his apartment
Unless the lease says he can, no. He will get sued. He can ask the landlord, and in the unlikely event he gets a yes, he should keep it forever.See question
A few weeks ago, my vehicle was involved in a small collision while it was legally parked and unoccupied (in GA). The police were notified, a report was made and I filed a claim with my insurance as well as hers, per their instruction. I was just ...
Don't worry about criminal charges. Assuming that you were smart and carry full coverage, simply file on your insurance. Otherwise you have to sue her in small claims court, an extra headache.See question
My parents adopted my daughter about 10 years ago and now she wants to come live with me but my parents won't let her come stay with me, even though she wants to.
The child has no say. You are not legally a parent. Unless your parents change their mind, your wish is impossible.See question
My husband can home very abused and I ask him to leave 2 week later his living with a woman what are my right can he go to jail in the state of Ga or can I sue him or her
No one is likely headed to jail. Georgia law prohibits suits versus the other woman. You can sue him for divorce, and regardless of what you decide every day you don't see a lawyer prevents preparation you likely need to make now. Note that absent court order he did not have to move, and absent a court order he can return at any time.See question
I live in GA, my wife left without a trace 9 months ago. She left the state of GA. Is she entitled to anything?
Leaving the state has minimal relevance. No lawyer who lacks details, including but not limited to the length of the marriage, domestic violence, reasons for separation, very detailed analysis of finances(income, expenses, educational levels, retirement, assets,debts), your county, what you have done to locate her, whether you have children, etc, could even venture guesses. You may have issues of alimony, child support, custody, equitable division, attorney fees, etc, and need to see a lawyer to get answers and develop a strategy.See question
Now that I'm going to be 20 I believe I'm old enough to make my own decisions. It happened a little over 5 years ago. He was 19 and I was 14. We have a son together and his sentence states he can't see our son until he is 15. I don't believe its i...
The short answer is no. The longer answer, which requires facts you should discuss with a lawyer and not here in the internet, is that pushing the issue could raise questions of parental fitness that could cost you custody. If you had a child at 14 that is RAPE, and most judges will be shocked and appalled if a rape victim even thinks about this, and the rapist likely will have new serious problems if he has communicated with you whatsoever.See question
A sibling has filed for administrator of estate and I need to know the process for objecting to that. Thanks.
Don't even think about this without counsel. Such disputes often fail, can destroy family relationships for generations, delay probate, and, if it fails, can result in you being made to pay large damages and legal fees to the estate. Because of time and complexity you should expect large legal fees. In your initial attorney consultation avoid emotion and weigh the costs and outcome.See question
My Daughter's Father was ordered to pay child support before he was incarcerated. How can she receive back payments now?
Get a lawyer. Previously awarded support accrues interest and is legally collectable.See question