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Glen Edward Ashman

Glen Ashman’s Answers

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  • Please advise as to how to object to an administrator of estate in Georgia.

    A sibling has filed for administrator of estate and I need to know the process for objecting to that. Thanks.

    Glen’s Answer

    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.

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  • How can I file for back child support, when the parent who owes was in consecrated past the child 18th birthday?

    My Daughter's Father was ordered to pay child support before he was incarcerated. How can she receive back payments now?

    Glen’s Answer

    Get a lawyer. Previously awarded support accrues interest and is legally collectable.

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  • Is there a way to have the father of my child's income looked into?

    My child's father is paying 241$ a month based on false income information he gave. He works for Coca Cola company driving trucks so I know he makes more than enough to help me. I was told I couldn't contest it without a lawyer or wait 3 years.

    Glen’s Answer

    You were told correctly. You need a lawyer.

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  • If my name is second on a car loan and present on the title can the other party take my car?

    i have been the only driver of the vehicle for two years and the payments go in under both our names.

    Glen’s Answer

    Maybe. The loan is irrelevant and you've omitted facts we need, like how the title reads and what written agreement did you and the other party sign with each other.

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  • Will I be able to get off of child support with a handwritten letter from the mother and it's notarized

    Basically the mother of my kids is taking me off of Child Support lives in another state can only write it and have it notarized will that suffice

    Glen’s Answer

    No. The right to support belongs to the child, not the mother, and only a judge can change it. So you dont get unrealistic, you won't eliminate support unless someone adopts the child, or you get primary physical custody. You will need a lawyer likely in the mother's state.

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  • If I am in the process of filing a Chapter 7, while also in the process of a mortgage loan assumption, can I keep my home?

    I am the administrator of my mother's estate, and near completion of a mortgage loan assumption on her house. I am also in the process of starting a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, as my income has decreased severely from loss of business. If I am approved ...

    Glen’s Answer

    Your post alarms me. You either are doing this pro se which is a near guarantee of unnecessary problems, or you are asking behind the back of your lawyer, which has its own problems. Mistiming the bankruptcy could certainly affect modification, which may require court okay and cause the lender to rethink things. This also involves probate issues, and there may be probate reasons as to whether you should do an assumption at all, given that the bankruptcy will discharge the debt even if you stay in the home. Additionally, since a future divorce may affect the home, the timing of that may need to change. You posted this under foreclosure and nothing in the post mentions one, but if there is one, the potential mess is more complex. I have changed your topic to bankruptcy so the right lawyers see it and you need a lawyer or possibly three, to address probate, divorce and bankruptcy before considering any options. Do that ASAP.

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  • How can I file for bankruptcy without my cosigner being responsible?

    I need to file bankruptcy but I have a cosigner who cant be help responsible

    Glen’s Answer

    Assuming you qualify you can file. If you file chapter 7 it is highly likely your cosigner will be pursued. If you can repay the debt in chapter 13, your cosigner may get some protection.

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  • Can my ex claim my half of taxes he paid me as child support ?

    ME And ex divorce was finale Dec 20013, he filed us jointly when we filed, were together that whole yr,payed me half the tax return ,which I was entitled too ,he is trying to use my half as child support paid. . I didn't get any of his half of the...

    Glen’s Answer

    I assumed you used a lawyer, especially becaude of the child and tax returns. Unless the paperwok allowed him to use it that ay, the answer is no, and your lawyer may be neede to file contempt.

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  • Where can i find my child custody papers?

    i am trying to obtain a copy of my custody papers for child support.

    Glen’s Answer

    Custody and child support papers may or may not be in the same papers.if you have lost yours get copies by swinging by whatever court granted them

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  • Need payments for a attorney in cobb county

    I was arrested wed night for terrostic threats, at first they said felony but when they released me on bond all paperwork says misd I called the pretrial people Friday morning as instructed and they said it is misd but I have to follow pretrial or...

    Glen’s Answer

    This isn't a family law issue so you directed it to the wrong group of lawyers. I have changed it criminal defense. Since AVVO doesn't allow lawyers to discuss fees online or solicit you, call or email criminal lawyers asap with the find a lawyer tool here.

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