Domestic Violence is sometimes linked to family law cases including but not exclusive to divorce, legitimation, and child custody. The Georgia Commission of Family Violence and the Coalition Against Domestic Violence released its 2012 domestic violence homicide report. Attorney Tiffany Lunn believes the report is an effort to address the problem of domestic violence homicide … Continue reading Georgia ranks 10th in Domestic Violence Homicides for 2012
When a court order has been entered commanding certain actions by the parties, it is vital that each party follow such an Order. If one or both of the parties fails to follow the court's order, he or she can be found in civil contempt. There is no distinction made based on whether the violation … Continue reading Contempt In Family Law Cases
Habeas Corpus, as it relates to child custody, is when one person (usually a parent) claims custody rights of a child and is seeking to claim physical custody of such child that is being allegedly detained illegally by another person (usually the other parent or a person desiring a change of custody rights). In Georgia, the person bringing a habeas corpus … Continue reading Georgia Child Custody and Habeas Corpus
When a default judgment has been obtained or there has been a court ruling that has been unfavorable to a litigant, time is of the essence. A litigant should begin right away to seek to attack the judgment or appeal to a higher court. These actions should not be contemplated for months, because at that point a … Continue reading Post-Judgment Relief From Unfavorable Ruling
Lunn Law and Attorney Tiffany R. Lunn designed this blog to assist spouses and/or families with their domestic matters. A great deal of the information on this blog will direct you to other informative sites that may be helpful to you. The information is meant to be practical in nature. Lunn Law and Attorney Tiffany R. Lunn do … Continue reading Hello Georgia Families!