My sister moved to another state with her two younger children, age 12 & 16. She became homeless and could no longer afford to keep them. She dropped them off at her 22 year old home in Alabama. They were only was suppose to stay for the holidays. It’s been 4 months and she has not returned.... View More
Is continuously spending his support on herself and her other kids. I buy clothes , medical insurance and am constantly being asked for more money for his needs. I dont mind paying for what he needs but this expense should be majoritly covered by support.Is there any alabama laws regarding how she... View More
The divorce and child support agreement were originally in the county where my ex-wife still lives. I do not feel I am being represented. I am remarried. I just started a second job. I proactively asked the case worker to take child support out of my primary job before I got hit with the FULL... View More
She threatens us all the time to do this if we don’t “give” my stepson whatever he wants. Now it’s a 20k car. The divorce decree states nothing about my husband being responsible for solely purchasing him a vehicle. Me and my husband have been married for almost 10yrs. Of course since this... View More
Child support is statutory, so consulting with an attorney can at least give you the perspective of whether or not the matter is worth pursuing or not. If she has yet to file a petition then do know that any modification can only go from the date of the petition being filed and won't be...View More
Child support is statutory and although there are exceptions, it might be time to retain the services of an attorney in that jurisdiction to determine what the proper amount is and file the proper paperwork with the courts to achieve the same.
Through the mechanisms of discovery most any information can be found out. It can be quite complicated to navigate, so a skilled attorney should always make determining things of this nature much easier than if you go it alone.
United States Servicemembers have some additional protections as it relates to civil matters. That's not to say that all cases are not more complex in nature than can be answered conclusively in all regards, but the link in this post should give you and idea as to what one can expect when an...View More
Prior convictions have a substantial impact on the eventual resolution of any further felony charges. Consultation with and the retaining of an attorney skilled in this area of law and licensed in your jurisdiction are likely to be of substantial assistance.
It's typically suggested to secure counsel in any criminal preceding whether it be appointed or retained. Most matters settle without the necessity of a trial. However, the skills of an attorney in that jurisdiction are ultimately my suggestion.
In short, the legal answer is most often, it depends. Eventually can they, yes. Immediately can they, that depends on the exact facts and circumstances. I'd suggest retaining a local attorney skilled in family law and working with them to resolve the matter in its entirety.
This should be a qualifying change, but it must be updated with the courts and other agencies in order to take effect. Hiring a competent attorney would definitely be recommended to assist you with the process.
Child support guidelines are statutory and the formula and it's exceptions can be found in Rule 32. Hiring a skilled attorney that can help you decipher exactly everything that means in any given situation is definitely recommend.
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