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Glen Edward Ashman

Glen Ashman’s Answers

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  • How affected me on my divorce degree when my son refused to go with his dad

    My ex husband has the kids every other weekend and sometimes my son doesn't want to go how does that affect the situation

    Glen’s Answer

    You risk being held in contempt or losing custody. Make sure he goes. If your son is in serious danger see a lawyer as to what to do.

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  • What can I do to get help from my husband to get back on my feet during our divorce? I've been unemployed the entire marriage.

    My husband and I were married 1 1/2 years ago. In October 2015, when our 2013 Dodge Charger was repossessed, we bought an older model Mercedes (1994) for $500 cash. It was titled only in my husband's name. It was our only transportation until the ...

    Glen’s Answer

    If you had talked to a lawyer you would have known not to move out. What relief you can or will get depends on details we don't have. You need a lawyer ASAP.

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  • Spouse doesn't want to show up for uncontested divorce case in Fulton, GA

    I filed a divorce case in Fulton county, GA. It's an uncontested divorce in which we've had the docs notarized and included a settlement agreement on how we're splitting up debt owed. We own no property and have no children. She lives in another s...

    Glen’s Answer

    Your lawyer will be able to get it finalized with just you.

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  • My father owes me money. i have a Promissory Note putting up valuables in case of non-payment. he's threatening not to pay...

    unfortunately i let my father borrow money off of 2 credit cards in 2008 totaling over $11K. it is now down to $4+. when our transaction happened he signed a Promissory Note putting up 3 cars if no payment made AND addit. interest charge if it wa...

    Glen’s Answer

    I hope you recorded the liens on his cars it you may not have collateral. Sounds like you need to hire a Florida lawyer.

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  • Will I face any criminal charges for moving my child out of state without the other parents consent?

    Long story short my sons father filed a contempt charge against me for withholding visitation due to another case I have opened against one of his family members. I was advised by an attorney and the police department to not disclose any informati...

    Glen’s Answer

    No way to answer you...the answer is your custody order and parenting plan. It is really a mistake for you to ask people who have it seen your papers to second guess your lawyer who has seen them.

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  • Do I have a good chance at court? I've been through mediation and the legitimation process

    Hi, I'm a father of 2 young children ages 3 and 4. Me and the mother went to mediation in January for custody and legitimation. The mom agreed on the legitimation but contested the custody. I would like joint legal and physical custody and be the ...

    Glen’s Answer

    Frankly, it was a huge mistake to file without a lawyer and it can be a catastrophe to do a trial that way. When you blow it you don't get a second chance. While no one can give odds, your odds shrink greatly without counsel.

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  • Can I file for divorce and still move out of state?

    We are wanting to file for divorce, but I would have to move out of the state immediately afterwards to be with relatives. Would I have to be available to make court appearances and/or meet with lawyers? Or can a relatively amicable divorce be car...

    Glen’s Answer

    Whether or not you have to be available in person depends on the county and whether all issues are settled.

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  • Can a spouse (although separated) take out a loan on our second home without me knowing?

    My husband and I have been separated. Within the past month I have not been able to reach him. I know he was talking with a bank about possibly getting a loan out on our primary house for necessary issues to get fixed (like AC.) For precaution, I ...

    Glen’s Answer

    If both of you are on the deed a bank is going to want both if you to sign. But if he has work done on the home the company that does it could put a lien on the home. And banks have been known to mess up and do a loan to one owner.

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  • What rights does the married couple have re:visitation w/ my child? They threatened court, could I get supervised visitation?

    I am unmarried, I was dating a man who turned out to be married; a child resulted from our relationship. My child is 3yo. The father was CO to pay CS. He elected to pay cs & move on w/ his life & marriage. I still sent pics of my child once a mont...

    Glen’s Answer

    Sir down with a lawyer first. Absent a court order these is no visitation unless you choose but he can seek it in cour Let your llawyer guide your decisions.

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  • Can I sue my soon to be ex for emotional distress and pain and suffering??

    My soon to be ex was extremely abusive towards me our whole marriage and cheated on me. Can I sue him for emotional distress and pain and suffering from the abuse he put me through?? Also, how do I let the judge presiding over our divorce case th...

    Glen’s Answer

    You need a lawyer. No you cannot Sue for pain and suffering. And you can't force a party to sign.

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