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Robbie Levin

Robbie Levin

Robbie M. Levin, Attorney at Law
  • Criminal Law, Family Law, Divorce...
  • Georgia
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Summary

Robbie has been an attorney in the Metro Atlanta area for over 20 years. He handles Uncontested family law matters, as well as complex Divorce and Custody cases. He also has over 20 years experience in Criminal Defense, handling everything from traffic offenses/DUI's to very serious felony offenses. Mr. Levin has won complex criminal trials, including a Murder trial.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • Family Law
  • Divorce
  • DUI & DWI
  • Personal Injury
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Georgia
Education
University System of Georgia - University of Georgia
J.D. (1996)
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Indiana University - Indiana University-Bloomington
B.A. (1993)
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Professional Associations
Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
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Georgia State Bar
Member
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Legal Answers
41 Questions Answered

Q. I "earned" a DUI in 2001 and I cannot remember what county it was served? I have to have documentation for my employer.
A: A lawyer should be able to help you track down the paperwork.
Q. Two individuals fight can one call police days later
A: Yes.
Q. If terms of my divorce settlement were not met what do i do next?
A: If he has violated the Court Order, you can file a Contempt action against him.
Q. How do I restore my former name in Ga. after a divorce in Tx.? Process?File a petition for change in Superior Court.?
A: If you wish to change your name, you can file a petition for name change in the Superior Court of the county you reside in. There are several legal requirements to obtain a name change, so you may want to consult an attorney to make sure it's done correctly.
Q. My ex and I had two children out of wedlock. My daughter was born in 2011, my son in 2014.
A: Yes, the father would obtain rights to the children if you married him. "If a child is born out of wedlock but the parents later marry, the marriage renders the child legitimate and the child shall immediately take the surname of his father." O.C.G.A. ยง 19-7-20. If you are legally married, you will need to file for divorce.
Q. How do i file for a divorce in Georgia if i got married in Florida? What forms do I need?
A: Generally you will file your Divorce Petition in the Superior Court of the county where your spouse resides. I would suggest hiring a lawyer to help you with the process.
Q. can i let my daughter go live with her dad with out court. she is almost 11 and i consent to her going..we have 50/50
A: Yes.
Q. I am going through a divorce and we have 2 children can my ex move in with her dad that only has 2 bedrooms
A: There is no law that a child must have his own room. However, if the children don't have their own room, you would likely be able to use this as ammunition at a custody hearing, and to possibly prevent the children from having overnight visitation with your ex. The determination depends entirely on the circumstances and the best interest of the child.
Q. What exactly is escape?
A: O.C.G.A. 16-10-52 (2010) 16-10-52. Escape (a) A person commits the offense of escape when he or she: (1) Having been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor or of the violation of a municipal ordinance, intentionally escapes from lawful custody or from any place of lawful confinement; (2) Being in lawful custody or lawful confinement prior to conviction, intentionally escapes from such custody or confinement; (3) Having been adjudicated of a delinquent or unruly act or a juvenile traffic offense, intentionally escapes from lawful custody or from any place of lawful confinement; (4) Being in lawful custody or lawful confinement prior to adjudication, intentionally escapes from such custody or confinement; or (5) Intentionally fails to return as instructed to lawful custody or lawful confinement or to any residential facility operated by the Georgia Department of Corrections after having been released on the condition that he or she will so return; provided, however, such person shall be allowed a grace period of eight hours from the exact time specified for return if such person can prove he or she did not intentionally fail to return.
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Marietta, GA 30060
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