You have a custody order in the state of Georgia. Your ex moves to another state. Your ex continuously violates the order. You are told by your attorney you will have to sue in the other state. What, go to Alaska to hire an attorney? The marriage was here in Georgia, the children were born […]
You and your ex-spouse had a “dream” divorce. There was no yelling, no name calling, no arguments regarding the kids, parenting plan or child support. Heck, your Ex didn’t even have an issue refinancing the house and getting you off the mortgage and the deed. Neither of you wanted alimony, but you sure did appreciate […]
If you relocated to Georgia with your ‘significant other,’ a Georgia court may find that even though the two of you never had an official ceremony or obtained a marriage license, he or she may still be your “husband” or “wife” – and entitled to all the benefits and burdens that come along with the […]
In a highly unusual move, a judge ordered a mother jailed for interfering with ex-husband’s visitation with his children. In Lauren R. v Ted R. Justice Robert Ross ordered to the mother to report to jail for repeatedly violating the terms of the court orders regarding the father’s parenting time.