We're divorced and I have full custody. My ex has supervised visitation and over time normal visits may resume my soon to be 12 year old doesn't want to have anything to do with him because of mental and emotional abuse on his behalf.
There is no age in Alabama when a child can decide they don’t want to go visit. I lot of people think there is, but there is not. Just as he is ordered to pay child support, you too, are ordered to comply with the visitation schedule. Good luck.
I have been trying for two years to get my landlord to fix my leaky roof (among other serious issues). She finally hired some *cheap* people to replace it. One of the guys fell through the roof and now there is a GIANT hole in our ceiling. Her response was very unconcerned and just said, "well... Read more »
My bf is currently in jail for a probation violation but no one not even the judge can tell him what the violation is. The probation was in Alabama being transferred to MS fee had been paid Jan 21st he had permission to be in MS. PO told him wait on a call and never called so he started calling... Read more »
You said probation was being transferred to MS. Until your case has officially been transferred to another state you must continue to report in Alabama. It’s probably for failure to report. But I don’t know, just guessing. The probation office in the county where he was convicted will be able...Read more »
I live in the state of Alabama, my dad passed away and his landlord that he rented a lot from for his mobile home is trying to sue me. He is trying to sue me for back rent and property cleanup can he do this legally?
If you are the executor of your fathers estate he can. Also remember anyone can be sued. Whether or not they win is another story. If you were not on the lease agreement it is highly unlikely they will win. However you must defend the lawsuit. If you do nothing, they can get a judgement against...Read more »
No drug/criminal Hx. On the evening of 9/3/20, she Stopped by the residence briefly to use restroom. about the same time, DTF was Serving a ADOC W on male resident. Waited 3 hrs for Search Warrant & 11 grams meth found in box in Resident’s bedroom. Female had no knowledge, therefore could... Read more »
In order to answer this properly any attorney would have to sit down with you and discuss. It sounds just from the little you have given me, that there is maybe a suppression issue. However you left way too many unanswered questions for a very good aniseed. I suggest you get to an attorney...Read more »
Yes you can get in trouble for running away. Call DHR and file a report and they will investigate. If there are terrible living conditions they will remove the child and put them with the neatest suitable relative or foster care if there are no suitable relatives.
Most banks have joint with right of survivorship terms. This means that if your brother was on your fathers account, at your fathers death, the money in the account belongs to your brother, and it would not be part of your fathers estate. However if there is no Will, Alabama laws of intestatacy...Read more »
Female never arrested, worked in LE years & owner of County’s cadaver K-9 in training. Upstanding citizen No drug/criminal Hx. This is only Run-in. Stopped there to use restroom. DTF Serving ADOC Warrant on male occupant. Waited 3 hrs forSearch Warrant. 11 grams meth found in box in Male’s... Read more »
You say she was never arrested but had a bond of $100,000. Also there are more questions here before an answer can be given. I’d at least do a consult with a lawyer to discuss some options for you. Good luck.
You need to provide more information before we attempt an answer. Such as, what is the Order for? When was it filed? Were you served? Is it a modification or original divorce? Please provide more information. Thank you.
She cheated on me I confronted her and she got mad and got my face and we started fighting but while physically fighting her phone was in her pocket and got broke she wants to take me to court and I’m wondering what’s the worst could happen
Well you are a juvenile, so they can put you on supervised probation and probably make you pay for the phone. Or, if you’re lucky they may just put you on a consent decree and not adjudicate you delinquent. Good luck!
You have to go to the clerks office and fill out a CS-44 Affidavit for Termination if Withholding Order for Support. It is stating to the court that the children have reached the age of majority and you are no longer obligated to pay support. Congratulations!!
And verbally abuse me. I did a protection order but he held me hostage so I couldn’t go he also threaten me If I go back that he will hurt me and take our child. How can I collect child support and not let him be around my child? He sell drugs and is not a stable person.
The cops on My fiance one night he was out of his mind high on either drugs or alcohol or mix and tried to kill me when they came to arrest him they found all this stuff around the outskirts of my yard that I didn't even know was there they took one thing had the owner come with a trailer to... Read more »
Receiving stolen property is knowing the property was stolen and keeping it anyway. The knowingly is what has to be proven in a criminal prosecution for receiving. However if it’s in your constructive possession you can be deemed to know it was there if they have other factors with it. If I were...Read more »
It’s very possible. While this falls under the “plain view” exception to a warrantless search, many counties in Alabama have a PreTrial Diversion program that allows for the dismissal of the charges once you complete the program. I’d find a good criminal lawyer and ask them about filing out...Read more »
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