How do I get declared common law married when my spouse has
How do I get declared common law married when my spouse has been diagnosed with an mental illness, I have been with him since 1987 and lived together off and on top 2002 at which time we have been living together unless one has had to be gone do to another family illness which required their assistance. He was diagnosed after a situation of family violence which I was considered the victim and other friends called in adult protective services. I was not here for about 6 weeks do to defending myself against the accusations which were given. Today his sister has taken him in to have him Sign a medical and a durable power of attorney. She says I have no legal rights to him. What are my rights I really need some help.
Is Mediation the best course of action in regard to my child
Is Mediation the best course of action in regard to my child and his father not showing up for his parenting schedule. I believe it is in my child's best interest to have our parenting plan changed to where he is with me through the week and has visitation with his father every other week. If mediation is best course, how do I go about getting a court appointed mediator and what are the potential costs versus hiring an attorney?
I have 4 older siblings one of which lives with them the other
I have 4 older siblings one of which lives with them the other 3 live out of state. The one living at home has been causing some issues like manipulating my mother into believing I have stole there money and has even convinced her to lie to my oldest brother... Now my sister claims she has of attny over them in which if she does those papers are in fact forged cause my parents wont give poa to anyone.. what can I do to gain guardianship of either of them to protect what they do have left which isnt much
As it relates to unmarried couples having a child in Georgia
As it relates to unmarried couples having a child in Georgia how to establish legitimization of the child. I am on the birth certificate, which I know simply isn't enough. However, I also was there to apply for the minor child's US Passport which requires both parents. Will the addition of evidence of the passport be enough to prove that I had/have parental rights prior to the ex fiancée taking the child and moving out of state?