The mother has never legally followed the visitation at any time during divorce proceedings. Therefore, father has no relationship with his child. So how can she get away with that but he still has to pay the court ordered amount even after dismi...
Your post is unanswerable. You seem to be asking about a divorce without telling us if the divorce is final, or dismissed, and what orders were entered, and whether you are the he or she. Please give detailed facts, in order, and ask again, bearing in mind no one here knows any background. A note...If you are one of the parties in a divorce with children and don't have a lawyer you have made the worst mistake of your life, as pro se divorces with children always are problematic.See question
I am in the process of joining the military and need my old psychiatrist to write a note and sign it saying her office no longer has records about medicine she used to prescribe me when I was much younger. If they refuse to send me the letter, can...
Yes but it may not get a response. In fact, without a proper HIPPA release it should get no reply, and even with it a doctor probably won't answer about something for which there is no record.See question
The other driver hit me and told officers at the scene it was indeed their fault, though because i was given a breath test which I failed because of a few beers at a BBQ a few hours before the accident, now the report says I'm at fault? I was not ...
Your insurer should be defending you and providing a lawyer. Your guilty plea may be used as proof you're at fault but as long as you carried adequate insurance they will pay if you lose.See question
My daughters father has a civil case against and is petitioned for custody. I received these papers in the mail and have reached my deadline to respond. I need to know exactly how to reply and what penalty I can suffer with my tardiness.
You are in serious trouble and need counsel today. You will lose your potential objections to improper questions, may be assessed legal fées and sanctions, may see your pleadings struck by the court, and may lose the case. Not having a lawyer in a custody battle is a great way to lose time with your children, and in not even bothering to deal with paperwork on time you will do worse than the disaster most pro se litigants face.See question
I want to know if I might be able to settle a Home equity loan for a lesser amount. This loan is the only lien against my home. I opened the loan about ten years ago with Regions Bank. At that time, my income was sufficient to make the payments....
It's free to ask so you can ask. Since they get paid more with a no since you have equity I suspect they say no, but again it is free to ask.See question
I tried to communicate with her about the children. She never EVER reply back and ignores me at all the times. I have visitation but there some stuff I would like to talk to her about them such as extra curriculum activities, or doctors appointmen...
Contempt would almost never be how to deal with coparenting issues, and while the best answers (which would involve you paying to get third party therapists and counselors to mediate and assist, sound great, you may have a hard time persuading her. Depending on facts we don't have, modification may be appropriate, but the battle over that could worsen co-parenting. This has no easy answers. Sit down with a lawyer -not a feisty agressive one but one oriented towards parenting - and see if a more subtle legal approach may help. This may not be easy to fix, and you may need the patience of the biblical Job.See question
The will is written with all necessary points covered. It is ready to be signed and witnessed. Do I need 2 or 3 witnesses?
Your question is absolutely frightening. If you do not even know how a will is witnessed, and your two options in Georgia, there is frankly a snowball's chance in Hades that it is well-written, as there is even special wording for the two places I would have a witness sign. The basic answer is that Georgia requires two, and disqualifies some people from being a witness, but to be optimal a separate attached slef-provingdocument would require two witnesses and a notary (and precise language). Given the tiny cost of doing a will right, and the supportingdocuments a lawyer may do to simplify probate, it is completely foolish to say "necessary points are covered." Did you for example grant all the Georgia code powers? Did you add an ancillary state provision? A no contest clause? A reference to documents outside thewill that may be relevant? Discussion of joint assets and money owed by an heir to the estate?Compromise claims? Etc.See question
All of my research on life estates seem to point to the grantee keeping the life estate until death even if they are not occupying the residence. Is there a way in GA to stipulate that the life estate is in effect until either the grantee(s) die O...
A life estate won't accomplish what you ask. A lawyer can likely draft a trust, lease or other document that, depending on facts, can impose limits you want.See question
I got married in Bahamas but would like a divorce. My husband has not come to the states to live with me so can I file in my state (Georgia)or the Bahamas? We have been married for less than year.
If you have lived in Georgia six months you can file in your county. Note that absent his cooperation, a Georgia court may not .resolve certain isues, and that service can be problematic iin some casesSee question
Principal signer continuous late on payment s damaging my credit
As you have learned the hard way, it is ALWAYS a bad idea to cosign loans. NEVER cosign a loan you don't expect to pay. When a person's credit is so bad they need a cosigner in these days of easy credit,. the banks have sent a message that they KNOW the other party won't pay. So you get to pay,but no you don't get title (unless after payoff you talkthe other party into it.See question