I hit a car from behind. It was night time and raining. The car was at a complete stop in the middle of the road (right lane) without lights on or emergency lights. The driver said he had run out of gas. By the time I was able to see the car I could only slam on the brakes causing me to slide until... Read more »
I depends. If the other driver's battery worked, then the hazard lights should have been on. If there was an emergency lane, then the car should've been over in it and not in the middle of the road. But maybe there were reasons it wasn't.
Alabama is a contributory negligence state, which...Read more »
Your question bridges four categories and it would be best for an attorney who is knowledgeable in Estate/Probate matters to address the estate-related aspect of it. As for the personal injury-based aspect of your question, it shouldn't be a problem for an attorney who represented a plaintiff in an...Read more »
If you put the house in your aunt's name, then she can sell it to whomever she wants or leave it to whomever she wants in her will. If you are OK with that, then go ahead and do it. If you are not OK with that, then both your grandma's estate and your father's estate need to be probated to get...Read more »
"Title" is an amorphous concept in real estate law. A "Deed" is the instrument you record at the courthouse to evidence your "claim to title", but there can be competing claims to title even if there is a recorded deed. Your question is a little unclear, I suggest you get a consultation from an...Read more »
Hello. Great question. Unless you agreed to continue paying support for some reason, or owe back child support, then your child support obligation after the date of adoption would have stopped. Not looking at your case, it's hard to give a more specific answer than that. If you want more specific...Read more »
If you have a conviction on your record that you're not aware of, OR that you know is false, then you need to move to get it removed. First, speak to the Clerk at the courthouse where the conviction is registered to get a copy of the conviction and then contact the associated police service and...Read more »
I’m a student w/ an active apt lease, I was not provided an intent to sell from PM, only day & time of showings. Apt went on mkt days after water damage (that still hasn’t been repaired) from a water heater was reported.
Unless the Manager destroys or steals your property, what would be your damages? There is no cause of action here. Even if the Manager and Customer hurt something, how would you prove it? Generally a landlord can enter the premises.
I called my child’s doctor office multiple times trying to get a appointment for that day and wasn’t getting a response, I told them my child’s symptoms and his age multiple times only to get a call 30 minutes before they closed. The lady on the phone told me she would go ask a doctor and... Read more »
I'm sorry for the ordeal your baby and you, as a parent, went through. A med mal attorney would likely want to review the records with a medical professional to make a more meaningful assessment. In terms of the telephone exchanges, an attorney would have additional questions regarding what was...Read more »
Commercial property in ALABAMA was sold in 2017 with owner financing with 30% down and 7 years of monthly payments at 6%. The contract was recorded in court house as a lien. The buyer (LLC) with personal guarantee paid on time for 2 years and now filed for bankruptcy (both LLC and personal).... Read more »
You will need an Alabama attorney to draft a deed. the taxes are due and payable and you should pay them before Dec. 31. Whether they will accept a check from your daughter depends on the practice of the local revenue commissioner. You should call the number on your tax bill to explain the...Read more »
After our divorce, my ex stayed in our jointly owned home for 2 years and then abandoned it about 6 months ago. He also stopped making payments then. Foreclosure is now the only way to get my name off of the loan. How long does that process take and does the home being abandoned change the usual... Read more »
Hello, without reading your settlement agreement or decree, it is difficult to know how to answer. Normally there is language that protects the ex-spouse in your position so you can take him back to court for contempt e.g. non-payment of mortgage, etc. Foreclosure will not get your name off the...Read more »
Exspouse turned 62, alimony was stopped the next month. The divorce papers state that alimony will be paid periodically until the ex spouse turns 62 at which time she will be covered under the ex spouse social security.
The ex spouse will not be 62 and eligible for social security until... Read more »
Hello, it is difficult to know how to answer without reading the entire document. Does it mean the ex spouse will be covered under her own social security when she turns 62? Does it mean when her ex-husband turns 62 in a couple of years? It doesn't seem like leaving a 2 year gap is what was...Read more »
Hello, questions like this will be up to the judge's discretion as to how to handle it. Typically, 50/50 will not award any child support to either party unless the income disparity is very different. Here, it seems you make quite a bit more than your ex so that may be to her advantage. There are...Read more »
Hello, child support goes until the child reaches majority, which in Alabama is 19. Once he does reach majority or otherwise becomes self-supporting, then you can file a form with the court that has the case to end child support. The fee for filing that form should be minimal and much less than...Read more »
Sold for 500k. He passed away and probate is still open . I know there is a 10yr limitation , however if I was home and wasnt advise about sale someone said I could file motion in probate for half of the sale price. Because a POA suppose to benefit the principle and since I was home I should have... Read more »
It does sound like you need to take court action and quickly, but this is not something that you can handle on your own. You really need to seek out an experienced probate and real estate attorney to help you with this matter. It will help the attorney if you first visit the probate court and...Read more »
I had my first spine surgery at age 19 and many more,some botched over the years I turn 50 in a few days. Over the years I've had many pain mngt procedures, medications, and not a whole lot of pain relief. I finally got good pain mngt Dr. approx 16 yrs ago who gradually raised my meds until I felt... Read more »
An Alabama attorney could address your issues best, as insurance is governed by state law. But your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your pain and frustration here. This sounds like something to take up with your doctor. While the pain management philosophies of your insurance...Read more »
That's going to depend on several more factors, including who is living and deceased, and what the language of the conveyance actually says. You need to take your deed to an experienced real estate attorney who can tell you what everyone's rights and obligations are according to the deed.
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