Got a letter from a judgment 3/2010 saying they are going to garnish my wages and suspend my license in 30 days as of 4/2017 from the attorney does this exceed statue of of limitation in Georgia ?
As indicated in the last identical post, there is NO statute of limitations (that applies BEFORE a judgment). Judgments last seven years and can be renewed, which would alow garnishment now and in the future. License suspensions only happen with child support or unpaid car damages. If it's the latter, as suggested before, see a bankruptcy lawyer.See question
My son is facing prison time him and him and his wife has been separated for a long time they been married over 7 years total. But they've been not together for a long time he wants her to sign over to me her rights as wife that they call me his...
The answer does not change by repostimg the same question. The power of attorney is irrelevant. You cannot do this with "paperwork." This would require a court case and you will not likely succeed without hiring an attorney (the same thing you have been told before). This can't happen, or probably won't unless both parents agree, may be affected by the divorce case that is overdue between the parties, and will also depend on whether something permanent (adoption) or temporary (some type of guardianship) is sought. Three different potential courts may be the place for this (probate, superior, juvenile) and you are ill-equipped to make the strategic and other choices needed. Again, as suggested before, don't keep wasting time; getting a lawyer ASAP is step one.See question
I have bad credit and needed money so I took a loan over the internet for 5000 dollars have need paying 247$ every 2 weeks for 7 months now it is driving me broke.
If they're legitimate they can sue you, win a judgment and go after your paycheck and bank account. I suspect you've made other bad credit choices as well so you may want to see a lawyer and discuss options, which could include bankruptcy and other choices and defenses.See question
Georgia resident Wife needs to file chapter 7 with $100000 unsecured debt. Husband is single owner of the home with $250000 equity. Can the court take husband's home to payoff creditors
With that much equity there would be a good chance thefamily income would disqualify people from filing Chapter 7. As for the rest, depending on what comingling of funds and trasnfers may have happened between spouses, the spouse could be affected. Asking this generic question online without a lawyer seeing all of both parties' finances will not get you anything more than a very wild and probably inaccurate guess, meaning that eachofyou should actually see a lawyer.See question
I was involved in a car accident 4 months ago. The other driver hit my car and caused damages to both cars. My car was totally and I was transported to the hospital. Before being transported I told the cop how the other driver hit and caused the a...
Your attorney whom you should have hired months ago will deal with your injury claims. If you attempt to address them without counsel, things will go badly. Do not directly talk to the insurers about the accident or your injuries.See question
She still has legal custody and wont sign her over to me. There was no order child suppport but like a dummy i was just giving her $400 monthly. My daughters has been with me more than a month now. Dfacs has a case due to "abuse by the mothers ...
You need to hurry and get a lawyer and file modification. Each day you wait costs you monety as you owe child support for all those days the child is with you until there is a modification, and she can legally get the child at any time, and you can't stop her (DFCS may or may not stop her).
You are a month overdue and it has cost you. get counsel today. Do not attempt this pro se.See question
Got a Civial judgement 3/2010 got a notice from an attorney 4/2017 is this outside of Georgia's statue of limitation ?
Statutes of limitations apply BEFORE a suit is filed. Judgments last 7 years and can be renewed. Assuming there is a renewal, the judgment, plus interest, remains collectable. Are you sure the notice is not the renewal?See question
my spouse and I went to mediation after everything I gave I'm an agreed to his terms we received paperwork of final desolation of marriage that say copy on them. I know we are waiting for a judge to sign off but I'm wondering does this paperwork g...
Going to mediation without a lawyer is dangerous, and the odds are high that you made bad mistakes that may or may not be fixable. The important question is whether you properly protected you and the child. A judge may or may not accept it. See a lawyer TODAY to get it reviewed, as if there are things to fix, a few days later could be too late. I don't know wht you mean by "live as a single mother." You're still married and that doesn't change until a judge changes it.See question
As father, filed for custody then discovered through 4 year old son his mother and grandmother were forcing him to sit for hours to repeat " I want to stay with mommy, I want to stay with mommy, I want to stay with mommy over and over daddy make s...
Obviously, you should know that it would be completely foolish to handle a custody case (the most important case in your life) and a criminal case that can land you in prison (also important) without a lawyer, and I am sure both those lawyers explained that criminal complaints and court statements are generally priviledged and NOT the basis for a suit. Instead of violating the admonition I am sure both gave yoiu not to post factual details and admissions about a crime on the internet (this is the internet) where police, prosecutors, and her lawyer can read it, you may want to call both your lawyers in the AM and discuss your case to the extent you have questions.See question
I was awarded a debt in the divorce that belonged to my wife and wasn't joint. The decree said that she had to give a POA for the creditors to talk with me and even used the words "compromise the accounts" in the decree. After sending the POA to...
It would be improper (and impossible) to answer your question,which wants more than general direction (it wants actual advice that would constitute representation), especially without reading the exact language. You need to discuss this with your retained counsel.See question