My paperwork says pay X dollars until the youngest minor child becomes 18 years of age, dies, marries, or otherwise becomes emancipated, except that if the child becomes 18 years of age while enrolled in and attending secondary school on a full-time basis, then such support shall continue until the... Read more »
If police need a warrant for this, and it is unlawful for a private citizen to do so, wouldn't it also be unlawful for a PI to do the same? If lawful, why could information gathered this way be admissible in child custody cases when if gathered by a private citizen or law enforcement agency it... Read more »
I was in a at fault car accident in Feb 2021 and budget decides in March 2022 to contact me saying they decided to total the car as a business decision..They saying my insurance only paid 10,000 and I have a balance of over 11,000 for the loss of the car...My insurance saying that they fail to send... Read more »
If you can prove you have made every effort to find your spouse, then a court here may give you a divorce by publication. Essentially after you have filled out an affidavit that proves you have attempted to find him, it will run in the paper for 6 weeks, and the divorce can be granted after that...Read more »
I’ve been married 20 yrs. Both worked full time with 2 kids. He makes approx $60k more per yr than I do. He has a car through his employer so has no payment, insurance, gas or maintenance. He also has a free mobile & home internet. He travels 100+ days a yr to luxury destinations on co cc. I... Read more »
The short answer - it's possible. As the other attorney noted, you may not get to keep all of the equity. If there are other assets that can offset the equity, that might help. You should contact and attorney immediately to have a consultation so you can discuss your options.
There is a very narrow set of circumstances where grandparents can get rights. Parents have the right to determine who sees or does not see their child. If the child did not live with you at any point, it's unlikely the court will grant a visitation request.
Alimony is stated as lumpsum, non modifiable but it goes on to detail a schedule of periodic payments ending in 2026. Because of this contradiction I am asking for the modification or for it to be overturned.
I'm not familiar with the child support laws in AL but it seems that child support is determined by how many minors and both parent's income. Is that correct? So if I have a client who is getting $500 for two kids, the youngest kid is 10 and the oldest is 17. So will child support be... Read more »
Unless the order specifically states that the support will drop to a certain number when one child ages out, the support continues at the current number until the 2nd child ages out. In most cases, this isn't a problem because the person paying child support may be earning more money, so the...Read more »
You have to give the notice with the address. It does not have to be certified, but you should be prepared to prove they received it. So, you can send the letter via text, email and fedex to have confirmation of receipt.
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