My dog became ill during a time I was financially struggling, my friend offered to pay the medical bill and told me I didn't need to pay her back. She used her credit card, and the transaction was done. No signatures or anything written. Fast forw...
A lawyer will cost you a lot more than paying her. Whether you legally must pay her depends on whom the judge believes, but given the fact a suit will be costly for you, do the right thing, mow a few neighbors yards to raise money and pay her back ASAP.See question
My x husband and I had property together before he passed away.His son is the Administer of his estate. Can I pay to get a copy of his son's Letter of Administration? Thanks
It's a public record, and you can get copies from the clerk (I believe it's 50¢ a page). Depending on the wording of the deed it sounds like you own half, and possibly all, of the property, so you may want to show the deed and probate papers to a lawyer.See question
I live in Augusta Ga he is in a half way house in Atlanta Ga can he still file for a divorce there in Atlanta Ga?
Where you got married is irrelevant. In most cases, with a few exceptions based on moves in the past six months, you file in his county and he filed in yours. If the case is uncontested, a venue waiver may create another option. Regardless, you need a lawyer.See question
I recently learned my ex-husband may have hidden money from me during our divorce proceedings. It has been 27 months since our divorce was final.
Depending on whether your lawyer did proper discovery and how and what was hidden you may already be too late. But in some cases, up to 3 years after, you can file still. That is likely an absolute deadline, so since you're close, get counsel immediately to discuss this. This is not a DIY project.See question
My ex wife moved from Alabama without filing to relocate 4 years ago I just found my kids at the beginning of this year when she filed in Marietta Georgia to get full custody also to get arrears payments from me or I go to jail even though I just ...
It sounds like you've messed up horribly. The fact you're posting here means you likely don't have counsel. You urgently needed it two months ago and it was critical for the response you should have filed in the first 30 days and will be even more critical for mediation. With proper pleadings you can likely block a move pending hearings, and can file appropriate pleadings and if mediation fails prepare for court. Get counsel immediately. It may have a major impact.See question
I am a registered sex offender in Georgia I planned to get married soon. when I get married I wan my to change my last name is that possible.
Maybe. Maybe not. Since a name change cannot be used to defraud or hide, a judge mightdeny itbecause of the criminal history. Your attorney, and you need one here, will determine how to best raise this anddeal with it.See question
In my case, divorced when son was then 9 months old in 2012. Mother relocated 120 miles from me, then 6 months later she moved 70 miles from one, lived there a year, moved again in 2014 30 miles from me. In the original decree she was suppose t...
If that's all you have it sounds like a pretty flimsy case. You did nothing about the only move far enough to matter (the 120 mile one) and the other moves were to close locations. And the moves don't affect education decisions. There of course may be other details (including reading the paperwork itself) that would change my answer. Since pro se modifications usually go very badly, and I'm not seeing great reason to file at all, sit down with a lawyer, and if good reasons exist, use a lawyer to file. Bear in mind filing opens up a Pandora's box - you could make visitation worse, and other issues can be re-decided, such as support so don't make any moves without a lawyer.
I just don't see slight variations in distance as being "material." There are parts of Atlanta where a 120 miledrivemight putyou closer time-wise than being 25 miles away and all your other distances are pretty close.See question
We paid a firm got assigned an attorney only to have him leave and go to another firm, and then learn he was fired from that firm.
Assuming you hired the firm and don't have a fee contract that specifically ties in that lawyer, the firm can assign anyone they want. And while it would be normal for them to tell you that your lawyer has changed, it isn't required. They may not tell you the hows and whys behind the firing. Note that in some type practices, like high volume PI and bankruptcy offices, there is frequent attorney turnover, sometimes to a point where you may not get told in a timely fashion.See question
I have a House and I have a young lady here that I need to get out my wife and I have divorced and we want to sell house now so I got Ave her a notice to vacate but February 13th was 30 days later she's still here with her teenage daughters and a ...
Befor you chose to be a landlord, you should have gotten a lawyer and custom drafted a solid lease. The answer as to removing her is that you have to give her 60 days notice (do that in writing by a means where you can prove delivery - fedex or the like would work fine and fast ). If you have a lease, a different time can be used in the lease and that time will govern but otherwise it's 60 days. A lease also would help with rent issues. Her nonpayment of rent, depending on details we don't have, may give you additional remedies as to removing her, so see a landlord tenant lawyer before sending your letter to word it properly. Again, hopefully you were smart enough to have used a lawyer and done a lease that expands on your remedies (a good lease also may let you show and list the house with her there, and you may have problems with doing that otherwise.See question
Going through a separation and getting a divorce but living in same household but in separate rooms.dealing with constant problems,spouse does not help with any bills or repairs.emotional distress and constant down playing a person.will be filing ...
Your question and the post after it frankly make almost no sense, and please be aware that filing your own papers is a bad idea, but even worse when in a 30 year marriage a post ignores the real issues: property, debts, alimony, pensions, insurance, children, etc.and focuses on "feelings" instead of legal issues. In other words, you should already have a lawyer - get one. Good luck.See question