It was to be sold within a reasonable time period. He refuses to respond to any requests. It's in our divorce decree, I am having financial problems. I never got a walk through, he still has some of my property. I only want what is written.
Yes. If your ex spouse has failed to follow a provision in your Divorce Decree you can file a petition seeking to have him held in contempt. If successful a finding of contempt will force him to do what he has not done and may entitle you to attorney fees as well. You should get with an attorney...Read more »
Hello. It depends. There are many factors that impact alimony. Please have a consultation with an attorney in your area who can discuss your specific facts and give you the best advice on your chances. Best of luck!
The father knows that there is a higher percentage of men on child support than women. The mother has the child during the week but refuses to pay for any medical bills, any milk, or anything else the child needs. She puts all bills off on ther father expecting him to pay for it
Hello. Fitness or unfitness is not what child support is based on. The custody arrangement determines who should receive the child support, then the number is calculated based on the Child Support Guidelines. As far as expenses go, the child support order may address who pays for what. If it...Read more »
She has called Madison county sheriff's, they refuse to take him to jail.There is children in the home my mother has custody of a 5 year old and 2 year old. My brother is on that crystal meth and he is in a pain clinic as well he has his son pee in a cup when he goes also they sell there sons... Read more »
Hello, you should seek an elder law attorney immediately. If true, this may be elder abuse and there is an order of protection that a court can order. Please contact an attorney in north Alabama to help you help your mother. Best of luck to you and your family.
If your husband has been gone that long you need to file for divorce and in that petition seek alimony and child support. If your children are under the age of 19 and in your care you can still get child support. Depending on the jurisdiction some judges will let you reach back up to 2 years for...Read more »
Is your son already 19 years old? Is the able to go to college? You have answered your own question. He is an adult. THe time has passed for you to attempt to convince the COurt that he is disabled. You should visit a lawyer in your home county so he or she can go over all of the facts with you and...Read more »
A person can only be married to one person at a time. If the person is married, and then attempts to marry another person, then the marriage to the second person is not valid. You would have to first determine that there is no common law marriage involved, then you need to know where the person got...Read more »
My ex boyfriend, who I have no custody agreement with, took my son and is now hiding him. We had a verbal agreement on visitation due to his work schedule. Ive have always been flexible and helped out where I could. He stayed with me and saw him every other weekend. Monday, my ex was having a bad... Read more »
First, taking your child and concealing his location from you and cutting off contact is a crime. You should contact local law enforcement and file a report. Based on the information you provide and their investigation they will make a decision as to whether to move forward with prosecution....Read more »
Residency restrictions say i cant live with my biological child now , not on probation or parole..I was convicted on a he said she said case in municiple court, no plea deal accepted ,not guilty the whole way,did not appeal because my attorney said I could live with my child..I was broke anyway... Read more »
You were convicted of sexual abuse of a minor. You are not going to be able to have much in the way of custodial or visitation with any child. THe key word here is "convicted." The state of Alabama has the power to act in the best interest of a child to keep that child away from a person who has...Read more »
I have full custody of my son. Colorado put a forthwith pickup of minor order but it doesn't work in Alabama. Alabama won't rewrite unless Colorado judge calls and confirms. Colorado refused to call because there is no case open in Alabama. I'm goin to Alabama to open case but 1) what do I file? I... Read more »
If you have an Order from another state giving you custody of the child and law enforcement will not enforce then you need to hire an attorney to file a Petition for Habeas Corpus in the Alabama jurisdiction where the child is located. Absent an emergency reason that would cause the local judge to...Read more »
Hello, if this is an Alabama matter, then no. Not if all you are paying is Child Support and there is nothing else listed in the Order(s). You should read whatever documents the court has ordered in your case to ensure you are in compliance. Best of luck!
If you are compensated will the custodial parent be responsible for reimbursing you? The judge that presided over my custody case handled things very poorly. Of course I wasn't represented and he was so nothing I got in my favor. The judge asked me and child's Father our annual income without... Read more »
Is this an Alabama matter? You must go back to court and modify child support. You won't get money back. It is technically possible that the father could be held in contempt and be required to pay your attorney, but that is not certain. You must go back to court and get this done. If you are...Read more »
In Alabama, and dad wants to see his son like crazy but no one in the family will help him to see his 5 year old son because they 'don't want to get involved'. She has a restraining order against the dad because he yelled at her last year (she is one of those who is using the system to her... Read more »
If this is an Alabama matter, I will comment as follows: take the order, which was issued by a court based on your conduct, and see what it says. If it says you can't contact the child -- then you can't contact the child. Your remedy is to go back to Court and ask the Court to grant visitation of...Read more »
Child support is payable according to incomes and what the state says you should be paying. If she goes to court, you may have to pay more money. How old are the children? SHe can't collect support on a child who is 19 years old or older
I'm moving to Tennessee from Alabama. It's a 5.5 hour drive one way. My ex boyfriend and I do not have a custody or visitation order. He isnt involved with my son except for two days a month. When my son is there, they only play video games (so of course my 5 year old loves going). My ex works a... Read more »
The judge can't order you to move back to Alabama, but the judge can -- and probably will -- change custody of the children to the father in what is called a "relocation action." He will make a filing with the Court and ask for custody because your moving away will prevent him seeing the child. You...Read more »
Hello. The answer is both of you have equal rights to the children. Dad has a right to know where his children are, if they are moving, what school they attend, health issues, extra curricular activities, religious instruction, etc. You should seek legal counsel in your area and discuss your plans...Read more »
child support. I'm married (for 8 years). Mother is not. We all get along well. Mother said she is going abroad for a few months to study with a religious sect. Wants to leave our child with me and my wife. Should I file for a modification for joint legal custody? I'm fine with our physical... Read more »
Hello, two types of custody exist: legal and physical. Legal is regarding decision making authority for the child like which school does s/he attend, what hospital, after school activities, etc. Physical custody addresses the time each parent physically has with the child. It is unclear from the...Read more »
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