I know it sounds crazy for ME to be asking but NCP will never be able to pay child support while he is locked up and he, nor his family, will EVER be able to come up with the 3 grand he owes me to get out of jail (he is 19 grand behind.) What are...
Your plan is crazy, as it tells him there definitely are no consequences. Do NOT attempt it (andyou'll likely be ignored). There is no easy answer when someone gets that far behind, but you may want to ask the case worker if they'd try to get him into work-release where you get some money and he has that jail incentive still there. That's at least a possibility, but realistically, in a pinch, families can find $3000 (sellig things, loans, etc) and your odds are better with him in jail than out.See question
MY CASE IS IN FULTON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT IN THE STATE OF GEORGIA FOR DIVORCE,PARENTING PLAN AND CHILD SUPPORT. I AM THE CUSTODIAL PARENT OF MY 3 YR OLD DAUGHTER. WE LIVE IN ARIZONA WHILE HER FATHER IS STILL IN GEORGIA. HE HAS 2 WEEKS EVERY 3 MON...
You need a lawyer! Let me repeat - you NEED a lawyer. Do not attempt to address this without a lawyer (BTW, watch the all caps - it's considered "shouting." Online and in pleadings it's hard to read and will antagonize judges. ) Interstate custodydisputes are complex. You likely will need to do a contempt, and perhaps modification, and you only get one chance at this. You won't fix it with forms, or a police report. And courts do NOT consider this type dispute an emergency, so not only will a request for emergency relief probably be denied, it may delay actual relief. But mainly,get counsel. Doing this pro se is just like you trying to do your own dental work - a professional is needed, will matter, and gives you achance at a good result. Good luck!See question
My grandmother which is the maternal great grandmother to my children filed an exparte March 02,2016. The judge continued it March 23,2016 because all parties had not been served. To this day we still have not been back to court and she still has ...
You didn't give enoughinformation to evenknow what type case or court itis, but the fact you are asking here explains the no hearing. You should have been in a lawyer's office 11+months ago. Representing yourself in a custody case is a great wayto make sure you lose. To have any chance of serious relief in a normal time frame, you need counsel, and delay in hiring counsel may permanently hurt your case. Spend Monday getting al awyer and use AVVO this weekend (Finda Lawyer) to narriow your search and email/call lawyers. Good luck.See question
I have a Family violence protective order in place and so he has no rights to my children.
You completely misunderstand a TPO. That addresses contact and visitation. He has, since he is married to you, parental rights. If you pick a name he objects to he likely will have remedies. You already should have hired and badly need a divorce lawyer. The tpo is your temporary bridge to a divorce that will affect you and the child long-term.See question
I lost my job in 2015 and due to my noncompete was not able to find work in my state and took a job in GA. My ex didn't agree to the relo so it went to trial in Dec 2015. I won relo and she immediately moved from FL to GA. I was awarded full custo...
Bad news - the bad decision to ditch your lawyer isn't likely fixable. No you can't just move a case to another state and try again, but, the move may get a new venue for the future. As to modification, you would need, in Georgia, to show a changeof circumstance SINCE the previous order - you don't get to reargue the prior case. While I doubt youhave a remedynow, see a lawyer, as the only way to know for sure is for someone to read the papers and get details.
Remember that in a new case other issues like custody and visitation may be reargued, and you need to get and keep a lawyer in this one. You may also pay for hers if you lose.See question
I had a NOT at fault car accident on my home from work last year, the driver rear ended me on my way home work. That was in last months before I filed my bankruptsy. I later months later filed my chapter 7. I had no why of knowing that it would...
Sound like you made the foolish and unfixable choice of filing with no lawyer as a lawyer would have discussed the car case before filing. You may lose some or the settlement. Get a lawyer today as you may be able to exempt and keep some of it. Not having a lawyer has likely cost you money.See question
My Fiance and I are having our first child in a few weeks. She currently has health insurance through the state. Will Georgia automatically attempt to collect child support from me? We live together and she does not work. I plan on adding our son ...
They can seek reimbursement for whatthey paid. Why would you think other taxpayers should pay for you, rather than you paying?See question
When my son was born in 2015 the wrong person signed the birth certificate , he his not the father and we want to have his last name changed to his biological father's name. what steps do we need to take to do so?
The "wrong person"signing is a criminal act if done knowingly, so do NOT attempt this without a lawyer. This is more than a mere name change. It may require a petition to correct a birth certificate (there is no form for that if you are looking) in superior court, although with some fact patterns other type cases ranging from legitimization to divorce might address theissue. It will help if you have the cooperation of the realdad and the fake dad, and youmade need DNA tests. Again, you do need a lawyer and the specific facts will affect what to file. In any event, courts can order both a name change for thechild and corrected father info on thecertificate, and may need to address other issues, like child support. You listed this as an adoption issue on AVVO (itis not), so I have moved it to family law.See question
I am going to lose everything I cant afford it by myself.
The best answer is to immediately hire a lawyer and seek divorce. A hearing can be requested to seek support, legal fees and so on. If support is your only focus and you don't want a divorce right now, youcan go to the state child support unit and deal just with support, but getting divorce counsel is likely the most logical step.See question
We're planning to conceive a baby with an anonymous donor he will have no rights with the baby and I want the baby to have my lastname and we are not married what will I have to do?
STOP and get a lawyer - fast!!! You are headed for a likely unfixable legal mess unless you get a lawyer before you start. You likely CANNOT sign the birth certificate, and even if you get the last name you want,you will have no parental rights and if unmarried may have no way to get them(and the sperm donor can potentially get parental rights). You need to see an experienced adoption lawyer. Likely you need to get married first, and whichever on eof you bears thechild will have parental rights - a spouse, but likely NOT an unmarried lover, could then do a step-parent adoption. If you plan this right, things canwork. If you wing it and try to do this online, it may be very hard or impossible, or very expensive, to fix things later. This will almost certainly work better if you're married.See question