My wife says she filed for a divorce
You keep posting variations of the same question. No (until and unless a judge says so, which may or may not happen, and why have you not yet hired a lawyer?See question
My wife says she has filed for a divorce.
Georgia doesn't have "legal separations." If you are in the midst of divorce, you should already have retained a lawyer.See question
Married 8 years. mixed family, lies, step children, money
Do you mean in a divorce? And what are you claiming? As a general rule, things acquired during a marriage, regardless of length, can be divided, and most premarital assets cannot. If you are planning divorce, you need to share details with a lawyer to get a useful answer.See question
I have felonies but I have a lawsuit for personal injury i don't know if it will hurt my lawsuit.
They might. Your lawyer is the only person who will know. Ask him.See question
My blood cousin left me her house in her will; she passed two weeks ago and her lawyer sent her blood grandson paperwork to see if he agrees with the will( he has not returned the paperwork; can he get the house my cousin left me
No one here has seen the will, or knows the estate's situation, so there is no way anyone can give you a useful answer. A will can be probated without an heir's signature. If you anticipate a problem, you should see your own lawyer and show him a copy,See question
This object could have cause more injury to me it cut my mouth just didn't swallow I still have the nugget and the object
No. You can never sue for what could have happened. In fact if you mention suit you will miss out on what you will get if you handled this as it should be. A polite talk right away with the store manager and regional manager would have gotten you a stack of gift certificates. This is a situation where you should be polite and not see a lawyer.See question
Me and my ex wife we have shared custody. She has full custody. My daughter has been in state custody for a month without me knowing. Can I win full custody during the hearing for the first time.. Defacs didn't find me until last minute.. Should'v...
With no facts, and you haven't given any, no one can any more predict if you will win or lose and when that may happen than we can predict a coin flip. However your odds will be dramatically worse if you don't get lawyer, and contested cases rarely are won at the first hearing. So get a lawyer, have him or her review the paperwork and facts, and do what the lawyer says.See question
How do I legally change my nameI have my stepfather's last name but was never legally adopted and now he's dead
Assuming you're an adult and Georgia resident this can be done in a bit over a month by filing a case in superior court, advertising same and brief testimony in a hearing. You will find it best to have a lawyer do these steps for you.See question
I do not have abusive parents, but they constantly yell at me, and make me depressed. I can't take living with them anymore and I really need an answer to this question because I've read several different things on the internet. I've heard you wou...
Unless a court emancipates you, you can't move until age 18.See question
My daughter and I were involved in a car accident and we recently learned that we have a deposition coming up. She is 16 (but was 15 at the time of the accident.) Will the defense attorneys' have to ask her questions as well?
It depends who the notice of deposition names. If your daughter is mentioned, yes. Otherwise, no. I assume you have a lawyer and that is who you should be asking.See question