My ex girl friend and i had a baby he is currently about 6 months old she split i haven't heard from our son in 2 months.we both made agreement off the record. That when she left i would keep in contact and i would get pictures from him everyday. I dont know where she is i dont know how my son... Read more »
Gave a business $2900 to order parts for my car. Decided afterwards i no longer wanted the work done.. owner of the business said that was fine, and he would return me my money when he refunded the parts.. he refunded the parts and got the money back but the bank supposedly froze his bank account..... Read more »
It can actually be both. Since no work was done and he converted your money into his money and you got nothing for it, then that can be construed as Theft by Deception 1st, a class B Felony since he has taken your money and not returned. Talk to the police or sheriffs office in your county about...Read more »
You have all the rights. Do not let him bully you into seeing her and possibly hurting her. You do not have to let him see her and it is bad for you if you do, knowing what he does. Go to DHR and sign up for child support. They do not do visitation nor custody. He will have to get a lawyer to get...Read more »
Me and father were trying to work on things but it seems he has went a-wall and now i cant get him to answer me. He has left me wirh no money a car that needs fixed and i have no job with raising 3 kids but 2 are his. I have no babysitter in the worst time right now and no way to get to a job.. My... Read more »
Go to the local DHR. They will be able to file for child support. But in the interim, they will also be able to provide you with aide to dependent children until he gets served. They can also help with housing and also food stamps. Good luck!
Then she can have him arrested for interference with custody. If there has never been a custody determination, only child support, regarding an unmarried couples child in Alabama, then the mother is deemed to have full custody. And if the father doesn’t return the child, then he can be arrested...Read more »
My boyfriend still lives at home with his parents who think the world of me, and I them. Actually, his family is a lot more supportive of me than my own family. I would love to be able to move in with him and his parents. But I am concerned about all the “LAWS” with things like this in Alabama.... Read more »
No you may not move out of your parents home into your boyfriends home. If you do, they can be arrested for interference with custody and you can also be charged as a juvenile offender for ungovernable. The age of majority in Alabama when you can decide what to do on your own is 19. However at 18,...Read more »
He will pay child support until the son turns 19. Then he can go to the courthouse and fill out a Termination of Child support and file it with the court. If he is ordered to pay half of the tuition then he will have to continue to pay it. However if he is not court orders to pay for half of the...Read more »
I have read several conflicting things, some stating that support continues if the kid is 19 but is unemployed and attends college. Is this the case in Alabama as of 2020,or is it possible to terminate child support simply based on the child now being a legal adult?
Child support terminates upon the child attaining the age of 19 years, the age of majority in Alabama. You may petition the court for college expenses if the child is attending college. But you must do it while the child is not yet 19. Good luck!
Show up in court and ask for driving school. It only costs $40 bucks instead of $300 for the ticket. After you take the class file the certificate with the court and ask that it be dismissed. It only works if it’s your first ticket. So slow down!! Good luck!!
I was told to by the DHR rep to fill out the form CS-47,Child Support Information Sheet,saying they need information on both parties to stop the arrears and I need to write up a petition explaining what I want modified. It's the petition done by the courts/Lawyers ? Looking at this form CS-37... Read more »
They need CS-47 just to file it. Then CS-37 is actually what needs to accompany it. And you won’t need a lawyer for either of those forms. Where it says attorney put the words “pro se” in that area. Good luck!
And pawning the baby off on her parents. The baby has my son's last name and my son is listed as the father on the birth certificate. Does my son have any rights to get his son away from this bad situation. The girls mother wants to raise the baby as hers.
I made contact with the child support office in Shelby County, AL the office say I need to fill out a petition, she tells me CS-47, 'Petition for Termination upon Payment of Arrears' is that the petition I'm suppose to fill out. I just want some straight answers, so I can stop any... Read more »
If you are being abused, call 911. The police will respond and help you. Also go to the DAs office in your local county and they can help you get a PFA so he cannot come near you. They will also put you in touch with second chance so you can have a place to go, in case you don’t. Good luck.
My fiance strongly doubts his paternity for his alleged child and will be taking a DNA test soon to prove otherwise. If he ends up not being the father will he still owe child support or back child support.
Call the probate court of the county where he died and the clerk will be able to tell you if there was a Will filed and a copy of the letters testimentary or letters of administration. It may take a few days to get an answer since it’s from 1989. If there is no Will probated then File an...Read more »
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