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.
Attorney Janne McKamey, of Stearns-Montgomery & Proctor is one of 26 nominees to fill an open Cobb County State Court bench seat. Janne McKamey has been practicing law for nearly 17 years. Clients find Janne to be a caring family law attorney, but tenacious when it’s time to fight. She has protected and guided many […]
YOU GOT SERVED!! What does it mean to be “served” according to Georgia law and what do you do if you are served with process? Every civil lawsuit (including domestic relations cases such as divorce and child support modification) requires what is called service of process. The purpose of service is of course, to notify […]