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How Long Is The Statue Of Limitation For Wrongful Death In Georgia?And How Long Does A Lawsuit Take In Georgia?
I Have Two Questions My First Question Is How Long Do A Wrongful Death Take In Georgia? Cause There Was A Death In My Family And They Were Killed By Health Care Providers. My Second Question Is I Got A Lawyer And She Took My Case And Now She Is About To File A Lawsuit. Let Me Remind You It'S Been 2Yrs Already So How Long Will It Take To Settle A Lawsuit In Georgia And There Are To Defendants So Please Explain

I found a website dealing with wrongful deaths in medical malpractice cases and the fact that they stated about the statute of limitations sounds to me like you must begin legal action within two years. If you want to read on more facts go to this website:

How Do I Find A Lawyer?
I Just Want A Card Or Something To Have On Me In Case I Were To Ever Have Legal Trouble. How Do I Go About Finding A Lawyer?

go to a firm and easily go to the front desk and pick up a card buisness card lawyers are expensive

Disabled, Divorcing, Can I Ask For Alimony?
My Husband And I Have Been Together For 14 Years. 13 Of Which Married. His Children, From Two Previous Marriages, Have Made Life Hard For Me. But Long Story Short, He Claims That His Poor Relationship With His Children Is My Fault. Regardless Of Facts And All I Have Been Through I Want To Know If I Can Get Alimony. I Have Been Fully Disabled Since 2004. Although I Am Grateful For My Disability Money It Just Won'T Be Enough To Live On. I Get $800 A Month. He Only Pays $78 Per Week Child Support, Which Is Based On What He Used To Make A Few Years Back. Now He Makes Roughly $11 An Hour And Works 12 Hours A Day 5 Days A Week. It Has Been Like That For The Last Two Years. He Also Ran Up The Bill On One Of My Credit Cards, Not All By Himself, But I Can Prove That What Was Spent For Him. I Only Owe $1000, But Am Not Sure I Can Pay It Off Without Him. Is It Reasonable For Me To Ask For Alimony? Rent $600 Vehicle Insurance (Old Beat Up Van, He Has New Car) $75 Medications $50-75 (Often More) Dr. Co Pay $40 A Month More Of Less Depending. I Would Have No Money To Live On. Is It Reasonable, Or Could I Even Expect, To Get Alimony? I Can'T Even Afford An Attorney, So I Don'T Even Know How That Will Go Down?

Alimony is get back on your feet money to keep you in the same standard of living & it's completely reasonable whether you get disability or not, that doesn't cancel out his obligations.
Child support payments need to be adjusted as well, according to his new pay scale & not the old one.

Need A Lawyers Advice Please... Family Law Questions..?
Ok Im Going To Try To Make This A Short One. Im Wanting To Leave My Husband, He Is Very Verbally Abusive And Has A Revengeful Temper. We Have A 14 Mth Baby Together. I Also Have 2 Other Children, But They Live With Their Father. I Have Been A Stay At Home Home For A Long Time Now, But Iam Out Looking For A Job Now. Back To My Husband..... He Has A Bad Drinking Problem And Drug Problem As Well. He Does Carry A Full Time Job, But When He Gets Off He Comes Home And Hangs Out In His Shop With His Buddies Still 1-2Am And We Don'T See Him Until The Next Day. Im Tired Of The Drugs And The Drinking And Feel I Need A Better Life For Me And My Son. My Husband Has Cheated On Me, Lied To Me Sooo Many Times, And Betrayed Me. He Has Done The Most Lowest Things To Me That I Will Never Understand Why He Did Them. Im A Great Mother And A Great Wife, And I Feel I Don'T Deserve What He Has And What He Is Doing To Me. He Has Had 1 Dui, Been Arrested For Growing Weed In His Home (This Was Before Him & I Got Together) And He Has Also Gotten A Cdv For Hitting His Last Girlfriend. So Yea He Doesn'T Have A Good Past Record. I Could Go On And On About What He Has Done To Me, But I Will Get To The Questions.. 1. I Don'T Have No Money.. So What Would You Suggest I Do First? 2. Do I Have To Leave My Home, Can I Kick Him Out? 3. And How Do I Begin Child Support On Him? He Is Also Paying Child Support For His 5 Yr Old Son Too. 4. What Will I Need To Get Proof Of? He Owns A 2 Story House That He Rents Out Mthly, And He Also Has 3 Boats And A 1969 Camero And Alot Of Other Stuff. Im Not Looking To Take Him To The Gutters, But What I Have Been Through With Him... By God I Deserve Something Out Of It... 5. Can I Get A Restraining Order On Him When I Still Live With Him, But I Sleep In A Separate Bedroom? 6. And Do You Suggest I Pull A Drug Test On Him? Because He Will Fight Me, And He Will Fight Me Hard... His Dad Has Lots Of Money Because Of The Company He Owns, That My Husband Works For. 7. And What About The Custody Of Our Child? Because I Really Don'T Want Him Having Our Son, Because Of His Drinking And Drug Use! Please Will You Answer My Questions And Be Honest At What Im Against. Im Clueless! Thank You So Much For Taking The Time To Read This... God Bless

Get an attorney. For your own protection, get an attorney.

THE best way to find a lawyer is by word of mouth. Ask your: family, friends, coworkers, anyone you might know in the same situation, etc.


Call your local (usually county) bar association. Ask for names of attorneys that handle your type of matter.
(>>>>>If money is a BIG problem, you could also ask for the phone number of your local LegalAid office. - the attorneys at LegalAid are "real" attorneys.)

When you call the law office(s), insist on speaking with the Lawyer. Just tell the Secretary the main idea of your matter - do not tell all the little details of your matter to the Secretary - save the details for the Attorney. When you get the Lawyer on the phone line, ask him/her:

- Do they give >>>FREE, initial consultations for the FIRST meeting? (most do, but not all - you have to ask, don't assume)
- How much do they charge (per hour)?
- Could you make payments on your account?
- Can they help you? OR Refer you to someone who can help you?

Good luck.

(This is based on my knowledge, information, belief, and life experiences. This was intended as personal opinion, and not intended to be used as legal advice. Seeking advice over the Internet is NOT a good idea - the field of Law is too complex for that. Please be careful and do your research.)

Divorce Decree For N-400 Application?
I Am Helping Someone Fill Out Their N-400 Application For Naturalization. I Know They Ask For Evidence That His Previous Marriages Ended. He Was Divorced 2 Times. He Has His Last Divorce Decree But He Doesn'T Have The First Divorce Decree. He Divorced Over 40 Years Ago In Cuba. What Should We Do With The Application? Send It With Only One Divorce Decree?

No. You need both.

You need a certified copy of the divorce decree issued by the court.

Unless USCIS has proof that you divorced, you're considered to have committed bigamy regardless of how long ago it occurred because you have no proof of a legal divorce so you can't legally marry another.

Bigamy is an auto denial and almost zero chance of reconsideration unless you can prove the reason you didn't submit the divorce decree is because it burned up in a well documented court house fire which housed all of its own records.

You dig?

Bigamy is not tolerated.

I suggest your friend "find" that decree.

Despite the relationship with Cuba, Cubans have amazing access to Cuban government resources when they're forced to for USCIS purposes.

Why Does Joint Physical Custody Not Work?
Ok, I'M Not Asking For Opinions. I Already Asked About 5 Different Questions About Peoples Opinions About Sole Vs Joint Custody. I Now Need Research That Shows Why Joint Custody Does Not Work. If You Can Find Anything That Specifies For Children 3 And Under That Would Be Awesome Too. I Will Choose A Best Answer By The End Of The Night. Thank You.

Joint Custody: }{

Parents who don't live together have joint custody (also called shared custody) when they share the decision-making responsibilities for, and/or physical control and custody of, their children. Joint custody can exist if the parents are divorced, separated, or no longer cohabiting, or even if they never lived together. Joint custody may be:

joint legal custody
joint physical custody (where the children spend a significant portion of time with each parent), or
joint legal and physical custody.

It is common for couples who share physical custody to also share legal custody, but not necessarily the other way around.
Joint Custody Arrangements

When parents share joint custody, usually they work out a schedule according to their work requirements and housing arrangements and the children's needs. If the parents cannot agree on a schedule, the court will impose an arrangement. A common pattern is for children to split weeks between each parent's house or apartment. Other joint physical custody arrangements include:

alternating months, years, or six-month periods, or
spending weekends and holidays with one parent, while spending weekdays with the other.

There is even a joint custody arrangement where the children remain in the family home and the parents take turns moving in and out, spending their out time in separate housing of their own. This is called "bird's nest custody."
Pros and Cons of Joint Custody

Joint custody has the advantages of assuring the children continuing contact and involvement with both parents. And it alleviates some of the burdens of parenting for each parent.

There are, of course, disadvantages:

Children must be shuttled around.
Parental noncooperation or ill will can have seriously negative effects on children.
Maintaining two homes for the children can be expensive.

If you do have a joint custody arrangement, maintain detailed and organized financial records of your expenses. Keep receipts for groceries, school and after-school activities, clothing, and medical care. At some point your ex may claim she or he has spent more money on the kids than you have, and a judge will appreciate your detailed records. }{