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0 Answers | Asked in Gaming and Internet Law for Alabama on
Q: Despite a no-refund policy, is it legal to refuse a refund for underperforming cloud gaming on gigabit internet?

My connection is perfect, yet the cloud gaming software almost makes me sick it's so laggy. I can use other cloud gaming software just fine. They are refusing to refund me, even though I've proven the issues exist. Is it legal to deny a refund? If so, which law? They are based in France,... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Child Support and Divorce for Alabama on
Q: I have custody of my two grandchildren. I have had custody for three years. Both of their parents started using drugs.

Neither parent came to court for custody hearing. And now they are getting divorced. How will this affect my custody of grandchildren. And will they have that in the parents divorce case

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for Alabama on
Q: Can a seller use the cooling off period to cancel a contract for the sale of a house ? Within 3days of execution date
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answered on Feb 27, 2024

In the context of real estate transactions, the concept of a "cooling-off" period, where a party can cancel a contract without penalty, varies significantly depending on the jurisdiction and specific laws that govern residential property sales. Generally, cooling-off periods are more... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Health Care Law and Elder Law for Alabama on
Q: My father was recently diagnosed with dementia, and no one is able to care for him. Can the state be given guardianship?

Due to other legal reasons, he can live with neither me nor my sister (both adult children). Neither of us is able to care for him financially, and we have no other family to provide assistance. I want him to receive the care and assistance he needs, but there's no way I can give it to him.... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Probate for Alabama on
Q: i was left my step dads estate he had several million in cash and several hundred acres his daughters coming after it

the will reads i get it all he owed back child support

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answered on Feb 26, 2024

If you have read a Will that has been admitted to Probate, and you are a significant beneficiary, then hire an attorney to represent you. The child support will be claims against the Estate. Where is the Will? If not probated, then you need to file it. Again, hire an attorney to represent... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts for Alabama on
Q: Does a contract between a dance studio and a dancer, require signatures in order to be legally binding?

My daughter has been a member of a competitive dance team for the last few years. Each year, the studio holds a parent meeting where they provide a parent packet with information regarding attendance/fees/class requirements, etc. On the last page of the document it states "Participation in... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Libel & Slander for Alabama on
Q: Contacted over 19 times by car dealership telling me I was ore approved. They embarrassed me and harassed me.. can I su

They cornered me up, told me to call my ex husband, my boss, I told them no I didn't have or want a cosigner. They Saud with credit lije yours, you'll never be approved. Told me to dial the number, they would call them. I refused. They kept calling me, would not leave me alone

0 Answers | Asked in Business Law, Communications Law and Libel & Slander for Alabama on
Q: Can I sue a dealership for harassment after them calling me repeadly then when I go test drive they say co signer

When I told them no the salesman said to call my ex husband, my boss, anyone, let him talk , to ask if they would co sign. I refused. Then his manager came and harassed me telling me he would go to my work and ask my boss. Or my ex husband's work. Made me deal very uncomfortable. Embarrassed... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Alabama on
Q: Father passed away , in the will he didn't leave his house to me. There was a verbal agreement between my father

Agreement between my father, my sister and myself that the house would go to me. My sister is the executor of the estate and is now wanting to sell the house so she can keep the money. How can I get the house transferred to me , stop the sell of the house. I need help.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Alabama on
Q: How to bail someone out of jail if ko bondsman in the county will due to living out of county

I've contacted every single bondsman in Huntsville AL and no one will sign my husbands bond due to him not living here the past 6 months. He was arrested for retail theft. We've been homeless for a while and have 4 children. I've contacted several shelters called every government... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law, Social Security and Public Benefits for Alabama on
Q: Even though I'm on Medicaid am I susceptible to Alabama state tax garnish
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answered on Feb 22, 2024

Being on Medicaid indicates that you are receiving assistance based on financial need, health status, or both. However, your status as a Medicaid recipient does not automatically exempt you from state tax obligations or potential garnishment actions in Alabama. If you owe state taxes, the Alabama... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Alabama on
Q: Can the police search my car,stop searching and go to another vehicle,,then come back and search mine again

No consent for search was given. A gun was supposed to be found on the second search. The police didn't ask who's gun it was,never showed me the supposed gun. I was arrested and my vehicle was given to the driver of the car the officer talked to. My passenger was not asked any questions... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Alabama on
Q: Is my bond gonna be revoked

Out on bond from December a x got arrested again February I have court Friday will my bond get taking

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Alabama on
Q: I want to know more about getting a divorce and a protection order from an abusive spouse

I am a mother of 3 losing everything because if the man I married is abusive every way possible and the police aren’t helping.

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning for Alabama on
Q: If a person nominated to become trustee over a trust fails to communicate with beneficiary or executor for 11 months can

A successor trustee that's named in the wheel take over the duties and being and being appointed trustee without the courts

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answered on Feb 20, 2024

If they agree to the new Successor Trustee taking over the monies, property as Trustee, yes. Otherwise Successor Trustee has a duty to ask for a Court to appoint him as the new Trustee, with orders to any Banks. etc. to transfer to the new Trustee.

0 Answers | Asked in Animal / Dog Law for Alabama on
Q: My question is, I live in Morgan county Alabama. Are there laws against chaining a blind dog up in the yard.

My neighbor does and I think it’s inhumane. He barks all the time.

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Alabama on
Q: Can I use Al-file to transfer venue or dismiss a case

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