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Q: Grandparents visitation in Alabama son is not married to child mother and wanted to know if I stand a chance

On this and can I file by myself or do I need a lawyer

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for Alabama on
Q: Alabama real-estate law question.

I bought a vacation property in Alabama while engaged. Only my name is on the deed. A gift of money was given to purchase by my ex fiancée. I have paid all the bills since ownership. Alabama is not our state of residence. Does my ex have claim to my property? He is suing.

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answered on Jul 24, 2024

Hire an AL attorney now. You must file an Answer and defend against the suit. Let your lawyer decide how to defend you. If there was a Divorce then that Judgment might control, but arguably only has jurisdiction in the State of the Divorce, not AL land., and thus unenforceable.

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Family Law and Child Support for Alabama on
Q: Does the non custodial parent have to pay expenses or child support for 20 year old full time college student?

The child who is 20 and a full time college student has been diagnosed with autism and receives testing accommodations at college. He lives with the custodial parent and it is unknown if he will be able to live on his own.

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Alabama on
Q: Hey, so I have a question as a seller on a purchase agreement that we have signed as to if it's possible to back out it?

This property has been in our family for over 150 years and is very sentimental to us and the offer is alot lower than what it's worth

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Adoption and Child Custody for Alabama on
Q: My son is 14 and there’s nobody on his birth certificate, Can my husband adopt Him?

Nobody has ever seen or claimed him other than myself. I was young and honestly I couldn’t tell you who his biological father is.

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for Alabama on
Q: How to get my personal property back following a repossession?

My vehicle was repossessed by South Central Recovery. they took my property out of my vehicle and took my vehicle to another company. I have retrieved my vehicle however I have not been able to reach them to get my property back.

0 Answers | Asked in Traffic Tickets for Alabama on
Q: My georgia CDL was disqualified on 7/18/2024 for a period of 10 years. What can I do to get my CDL qualification back

I was 1st suspended for (6) months for driving while suspended in Maryland but I wasn't convicted in Maryland for driving while suspended but Georgia says I was guilty then after the (6) months suspension was over Georgia disqualified my CDL for 10 years

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Alabama on
Q: Can I sue my roommate for moving out without proper notice and refusing to pay the remainder of rent?

My roommate moved out without notifying me or the front office within a timely manner. He also refuses to pay me for the remainder of rent or pay to break the lease. When I talked to the front office I was also told that he never signed the lease.

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for Alabama on
Q: Need med for OCD, MD/ office ignored my messages/calls, MD needs to send a letter to Abbie, not done yet what can I do?

3 weeks no med yet, I am emotionally distress, I called Abbie Company to complain about what's happening in the office, because Abbie delivers my med for OCD for free directly to the office, MD haven't send what's needed to Abbie so I can have my med. MD and office clerk don't... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Landlord - Tenant for Alabama on
Q: Does an adult child have permanent tenancy in parent's home even if they fail basic military training?

The adult child left home to go to BMT. The parent is on social security and doesn't make enough to support the adult child. Does the parent, in the state of Alabama, legally have to let the adult child back in if they randomly show up at the parent's front door after they failed BMT?

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Alabama on
Q: Isn't it conflict of interest or similar to do work personally for arresting officer in pending felony case. Recieving 1

I, nor the officer, knew when I accepted roofing job thru a friend. The officer and his father which lived next door were pretty cool, left thier tools out, house open and treated me as if I was thier buddy. He knew who I was bc this wasn't long after the arrest for recieving stolen 1st,... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Alabama on
Q: Can I sue My landlord for negligence on repairs with retaliation because I reported him to the City?

Trying to get repairs for over 8mo some have become pretty major now. Landlord knows. I have documents of every request,conversation,call, pics, videos. Landlord wants to retire & has screamed in My face that he'd Make things hard on me. After I reported him to the city. He then went to... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Probate for Alabama on
Q: So when the administration/Lawyer of the probate court allows the case to be moved to the circuit Court,

Does that means he's has giving up on the case? And allowing the other party's lawyer to have free will?

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation for Alabama on
Q: Can my wife share privately recorded conversations from our home to defemate my character

My wife has recorded clips of arguments within our home , and is using them to defemate my character to family and friends. What can I do to stop this?

1 Answer | Asked in Land Use & Zoning and Real Estate Law for Alabama on
Q: Gifted land deed not in my name yet and owner to other acres bought land say they own mine to whats my rights
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answered on Jul 16, 2024

The owner of the land that you think might be yours later must hire an AL attorney file a Quiet Title and Ejectment action against the adjoining landowner. Time and possession witnesses are critical. Title Searches of both properties are needed, and possibly a survey. You apparently have no... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Construction Law, Contracts and Real Estate Law for Alabama on
Q: What happens if a contractee dies before work has begun? In this case, it is for a roof replacement. The contract was

signed by both parties (my dad and Jerry the roofer man) on 12/21/23, with work to begin in 5-6 wks and cost 10900, dad gave a 3200 deposit. Dad died on 2/2/24. My brother contacted Jerry and let him know we still want the roof, but need a little extra time to get things in order. No problem. Fast... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Alabama on
Q: Hi hope all is well. I am 20 years old. Is it possible for me to set up a court ordered DNA on a sibling or relative.

If so how much could it cost and how long could it take even if it’s just a rough estimate. I’d highly appreciate that thanks

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