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- Appeals & Appellate
- Business Law
- Employment Law
- Immigration Law
- Landlord Tenant
- Tax Law
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- French: Spoken, Written
- Spanish: Written
- Georgia State University College of Law
- J.D. | Law
- Honors: Cum Laude
- Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge
- Ph.D. | French and Comparative Literature
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- Girardot & Associates - Real estate law
14 Questions Answered
- Q. Im in Atlanta can a person be placed on child support without being in court and if not who can that person talk to
- A: In Georgia the father of any child is obligated by law to support his children, whether or not he has legitimated the children. To modify any child support order, you must file a petition with the court. You should retain a good family law attorney.
- Q. Will the father have to pay child support
- A: Yes. His obligation to pay child support is separate from any rights he may or may not have.
- Q. Can a surviving spouse will property even though he/she wasnt on the deed & there was no will from the deceased?
- A: Probate is necessary to clear title to real property in Georgia, unless all the heirs can go to the court and ask it to issue letters of administration without probate. Letters of administration are what will be needed to transfer title. In Georgia if a person dies without a will and is survived by a spouse and children, the spouse and children take equal shares, except that the spouse never gets less than a third. The spouse can renounce her share by doing so in writing within nine months. The property will then go entirely to the children.
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