Hello. Unfortunately, you cannot stop a divorce from moving forward. If someone has decided they want to end a marriage, it can and will happen. You may want to seek legal counsel in your area to guide you through this process so you make good choices that minimally impact you. Best of luck.
She asked me how much$ can I commit to giving a month for the Divorce paperwork she doing! Me and my wife make the same amount per hour yet she has other income from a hair salon owns & works by herself . With that being said am I still going to have to pay her something a month like child support?
Apparently you have not BOTH agreed. I cannot tell you how often this comes up. Someone calls me and tells me we have reached an agreement and the case is uncontested but when it comes time to sign nothing could be less true. You do not have an agreement. It does not necessarily mean her...Read more »
Her agreement proposed to me for custody only lets me have the kids 6 days a month. I want joint custody. I found out very recently and can prove infidelity starting 2 months into the marriage and a week vacation she took to shack up with the guy, and lied to me and the girls. Wondering if I should... Read more »
I'm going to try to distill the question down to its essence, you and your wife of a year want to be divorced, you have two children together, she has been cheating on you for at least the past 10 months and you want to ensure a fair custody. You have a good number of options in front of you,...Read more »
In any divorce where child custody is an issue, the behavior of the adults is an important factor in who has primary custody over the children. The question you must ask yourself is, is a divorce something you really want? Is your wife willing to work on your marriage and stop cheating? It sounds...Read more »
What do you mean posted? And what is the charge? Some crimes have no statute of limitations. Have you ever been served with a warrant? It’s possible to have the warrant recalled after that long. We need more details in order to advise you better.
The child is 15, almost 16 years old. The parents have joint custody. I'm dating the dad but the mom says in Alabama it's illegal for the child to come over if I'm staying the night. Also, says if we go on vacation and take the child, I am supposed to have a separate room. I found... Read more »
My wife has took my four-year-old son to relocate 400 miles away from me against my consent and that is owner recording on a voice recorder I have read all the child relocation laws but it seems they only apply to an existing custody order is there possibly a chance I can request for them to move... Read more »
Yes. If jurisdiction is proper in Alabama, the move was recent and there is not an existing case filed somewhere else you can file for divorce here, seek custody and ask that your child be returned to the state of Alabama. This is time sensitive however. If she moves and lives in another state...Read more »
The short answer, without knowing much more, is that you will pay child support unless you have primary custody of the child. Alimony, either periodic or alimony in gross depends on a number of factors thus, it is impossible to know if you will have to pay it or not without all of the specifics....Read more »
He had gotten with another woman and then moved out and we haven't been together since. 5 years ago he took our son and moved to Massachusetts without telling me beforehand (i spent two weeks panicking not knowing where my son was), and was told by several people that since we were still... Read more »
I'm very sorry to hear about your situation. Abandonment and infadelity are grounds for divorce in Alabama. It sounds like you would need to hire a private investigator to help locate your son. But, if you exhaust your attempts to locate your husband, you could be able to serve your husband by...Read more »
He, the defendant, signed the answer and waiver and the agreement. Attorney filed the paperwork in court. Now my spouse has decided he wants to fight and is threatening to rescind the paperwork already filed. I am not in agreement and have no wish to reconcile. Can he as the defendant rescind... Read more »
You file the child support papers with the divorce paperwork. The judge will enter an Income Withholding Order to have your husbands employer take it out of his check. He will not go through DHR unless he doesn’t pay, them you can use DHR to help in the collection process. Good luck.
She will be 19 in March 2021 and graduate high school in May 2021. I would like my child support to end when she turns 19. Can I end it in March 2021 or do I have to wait until May 2021? Can I file to cease child support a few months before she graduates? My chilid support is garnished and I do not... Read more »
If I am understanding the question correctly, and please correct me if I'm wrong because this is based on a fair number of assumptions, 1) you hired an attorney for a divorce 2) you agreed to compensate said attorney at an hourly rate (contingency fees on divorce cases is barred by the Alabama...Read more »
I assume you are asking about an Alabama matter. You execute a sworn to affidavit when you put down how much work related daycare is being paid. This is widely abused, with made up numbers provided by day care workers who are actually family members and a host of other problems. If you are paying...Read more »
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