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Q: My wife and I are separated and she won't let me see our 2 children but she still expects me to buy everything they need

I want to be able to see my kids on the weekends, or take them completely

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Family Law, Domestic Violence and Landlord - Tenant for Alabama on
Q: Officers told me to leave my house after I was gone for 3 weeks. They told me that it now is considered my husband's.

My husband was recently convicted of molesting his 9 year old daughter and is now a registered offender of a minor. I left with our child because he refused to leave and I did not want to be around him. I been communicating with him about my belongings frequently. We agree to a time to meet so I... Read more »

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Q: My father passed 10 years ago do I have ownership in his house?

My father passed 10 years ago. He was married at the time. I was recently contacted by my stepmom asking me to sign some papers on dads house. I just wanted to know if this means I have owner ship in the house. I thought because they were married then everything would go to her. There was not a... Read more »

Anthony M. Avery
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Anthony M. Avery
answered on Sep 23, 2022

Hire an attorney to examine the Deed. Both MS and AL attorneys should be able to discern the apparent owner without a title search (assuming they are competent). You are probably an Heir At Law, and thus a Tenant In Common with the other Heirs. Do not sign anything unless you are paid... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning, Family Law and Probate for Alabama on
Q: How can I get extra money from the estate if the will was not probated
Anthony M. Avery
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Anthony M. Avery
answered on Sep 21, 2022

If you are a Next of Kin or Heir, and there are sufficient assets, then you might consider administrating the Estate as Intestate. Then there may be distributions, or you might file your own Claim. Hire a competent AL attorney.

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Family Law and Child Custody for Alabama on
Q: Can I stop my child from being around someone who is friends with my ex?

My ex husband cheated on me with a friend of his multiple times and when we divorced I told him I was not comfortable with my child being around the friend. Is there anyway I can stop him from allowing my child to be around this woman.

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Alabama on
Q: What is most important laws & statues to know, going against DHR pro se? 1st court date, all papers signed under duress

My husband of almost 10yrs was raping my 12 year old intellectually disabled daughter for 8-10mos. As soon as, I thought something was off, I filed a police report & moved out that same weekend. The truth did not come out until over two months later. By this time, I had been staying with a... Read more »

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Q: Contempt of court?

Court order states "unless otherwise set out here in, all visitation will be accomplished by the non custodial parent picking up the child at the residence of the custodial parent or school if visitation begins at the end of the school day or such other reasonable place as the parties may... Read more »

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Q: Can a 14 year old legally keep her baby in Alabama

My cousin (14) gave birth to her son and two days after dhr put him in my uncle's care (I don't know if it's temporary or permanent) I would like to know what legal action she can take to get her son back and what legal rights dhr may have to take her son away. The baby is no where... Read more »

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Q: Mississippi CPS took bady from my daughter. I live in Alabama and have custody of her other two boys.

Can Mississippi have Alabama reopen case they keep asking her about me and her other kids

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Q: If I agree to everything in my custody case do I need to call the opposite lawyer or go to court and bring it up

I’m representing myself and I don’t have the money to pay for a lawyer so I plan to agree to my child’s mothers request. I filed 50/50 she filed full custody and then revoked it and filed 50/50. Now we have a hearing on sept 9 and I plan to agree to her terms I just need to know if I need to... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Family Law and Probate for Alabama on
Q: My grandmother died, left her house to my dad is there anything I can do about what he is allowing my step mom's

Family to do to the house? All I was given was 1000 dollars and now my father is letting my step sister rent to own my grandparents house. I grew up in the house and it really upsets me that I am directly related to him and my grandparents but her and her mom have manipulated my dad into letting... Read more »

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Q: A married couple own a vehicle, being financed, jointly. (Jon doe and Jane doe) Their child possesses the vehicle.

a 20 yr old dependent , stays with mother use is for personal and higher education. Father lives in another state and demands title and car be returned to his possession. Father makes the payments. Who can retain vehicle, and if in Mother and Daughter possession , can it be collected by Father ?... Read more »

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Q: My daughter is 17. She left home and hasn't been back. What can I do?

She has been smoking pot and I smelled it called her out on it told her to give me pot and she said she didn't have anything and then told me she was leaving and her friend came and picked her up and hasn't been back home since. She won't answer my calls or texts she has me bloked

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning, Family Law, Energy, Oil and Gas and Probate for Alabama on
Q: My mother passed away in 2016. My father was the executor of her estate. She inherited oil leases in a few states from

her parents. My father didn't transfer them over to his name. He passed in 2019. I am the executor to his estate. Problem is, she passed in Alabama and I am a resident of Virginia. We had to get a 3rd party resident of AL to handle the transfers of the oil leases to a LLC for my sister and... Read more »

Randy Bryan Ligh
Randy Bryan Ligh
answered on Jun 10, 2022

I assume that there's an attorney involved with your mother's estate? if so, speak to that attorney. if you have issues with him, then consult with another probate attorney and seek what is recommended.

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Q: Can they keep my kids away from me

I left my boyfriend 4 months ago cause of domestic reason. We have 3 kids together. We were living in Jackson Al when this happened. He left and went to fort Payne Alabama with the kids . He hasn't let me get them or see them since and I've tried.. well now he's locked up in Cherokee... Read more »

Mr. James Parrish Coleman
Mr. James Parrish Coleman
answered on Jun 10, 2022

You have a hot mess here. You have to get into Court on this and file an action to establish paternity and custody. He is violent and you have been to jail for drug use. Find a lawyer you practices in your County and get this before a judge... the sooner the better.

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