It is possible, depending on how long ago and the circumstances of you lifetime disability, that you may be able to additionally sue. In some circumstances, you can "reopen" the case for damages and/or wrongful termination.
You should contact an attorney as soon as possible to evaluate your rights in this situation.
In Alabama, the general rule of thumb is that upon divorce, the parties are equally entitled to any property acquired during the marriage, equally responsible for any debt incurred during the marriage, but take from the marriage individually that property with which they entered the marriage. A previous response mentioned that individual funds invested into jointly-owned property may become "marital property," thus subject to division by a court. Example: Before marriage, Wife owns...
You absolutely have time to do something about it.
You should call an attorney to handle this as soon as possible. Depending on the facts of the case, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, depending on how severe they are.
You need to file for a Modification of the child support order immediately. It will only be retroactive from the date of the filing.
However, your ex can agree to take an amount less than what she claims you owe her. You would still need to file something with the court to accomplish that.
You could also agree to the insurance terms or ask the court to decide that.
Should you choose to do all or any of the above, you should enlist the services of an Attorney to help you.
Trey J. Malbrough
You should always be truthful on a job/school application as it may come back to haunt you later on. However, if you sit down with your employer and explain the circumstances, they may cut you a break.
It means that her atorney waived her charges in District Drug Court to the Grand Jury (meaning she will likely be indicted for the charge by the Grand Jury (GJ) and face the charge in Circuit Court.
District is just a lower, prelimiary court that has the authority to take guilty pleas and sentence on those please, but can only have bench (judge) trials on misdemeanors.
Circuit Court is where jury trials happen on felonies. Once a case is waived to the Grand Jury, it will usually take 3...
The simple answer is that it totally depends on the language in your original agreement.
Ordinarily, you total freedom to compete how you want. So, depending on the length of time on your agreement and the terms regarding transfer of the authority of the agreement and temrination, it all depends.
You need an attorney to review your agreement and the facts of the case.
Every State must respect court orders of other State courts as per the Full Faith and Credit Clause of the United States Consituation, which states that every State gives full deference to Orders from other State Courts.
Thus, if an Alabama Court says you must wait 60 days, other States must respect that. If you were to go over to Florida, for example, and get re-married within 60 days, you would technically be committing bigamy.
This will likely never come up, however, unless someone...