My husband want go to see the lawyer to get his paperwork done so we can file for divorce but I've already paid for a uncontested devorce what will happen
If both sides do not agree to allow a divorce to go forward as uncontested, one party or the other will have to file a contested divorce action in order to move the process forward.See question
My wife payed for a uncontested divorce I'm going to contests it she say the lawyer is going to make me pay back the money to her because I want go to his office to give him my information can he do that we stay in Alabama I called a lawyer he tol...
In a contested divorce, the Judge can order that one spouse pay the attorney's fees of the other spouse. However, it is not automatic, but it is something the Judge in your case can consider based upon the particular circumstances of each case. Regardless, you should speak with an attorney in your area who practices family law on a regular basis to determine what your next steps should be.See question
My estranged husband moved from US to New Zealand 3 years ago. Since he's been there he changed his first and last name. When I file for divorce which name should I use? Current or the one on marriage certificate?
I would suggest using both, for example John Doe, formerly know as Joe Smith. That way, they record is clear.See question
Mom and dad both in jail no bond mom has violated custody order it was 50/50 split on custody she has had her for 6 weeks I was supposed to get her the day he mom got arrested I know she is with her maternal grandmother and will now answer any cal...
Without more information, it would be difficult to give you sound advice regarded the steps you would need to take to obtain custody. It is important that you speak with an attorney so that you can share all of the facts of your case and get the best advice possible.See question
my husband sponsor me.my husband send me divorce notice. nd i must need to response before 27th feb 2017. but if i cant response then what happen? nd i must need to known what kind of finally divorce certificate i got?? mean in alabama in divo...
I am so sorry you are in this situation. It is very important that you answer the divorce complaint you were served with. Alabama is considered a "no fault" state. That means your husband does not have to prove that you were at fault in order to have the divorce granted by the court, just that you are incompatible. You need to contact a divorce attorney who can assist you with the divorce and an immigration attorney to assist you with your green card.See question
I am his biological father
Do you have a court order that determined the issues of custody, support, and visitation between you and your son's mother? If so, it would be helpful to know what the terms of that order are? If there are no prior orders and you are not on the birth certificate for your son, you will have to petition the court to establish paternity and custody.
However, if you have a prior order related to paternity and custody of your son, you may have to seek court intervention to obtain physical custody of your son. It sounds like his step-father may put up a fight. As such, I would suggest that you contact an attorney to assist you with this case.See question
I want to go stay with my boyfriend. I'm 18. I am grauduating in May and attending college in the fall. If I tell my grandmother (who has custody of me) that I'm going to go stay the night with him, can she stop me?
You are still considered to be a minor child until you reach the age of 19. Since your grandfather has custody, he could attempt to force you to come home.See question
not married, living in same home for over a year, no legal custody or relation to child. no reports filed previously with cps or law enforcement. the mother moved out from said home to stay with mother and was threatened to 'lawyer up' about the c...
It would be helpful to have more facts related to your concern; however, in general, any person who believes a child is abused or neglected may file for custody of the child. You should contact an attorney in your area as soon as possible to further discuss your concerns.See question
I just discovered that I potentially have a 13 year old child that I had no clue existed. This child was the product of an affair, both I and her mother were married to someone else at the time. The mother's now ex-husband is on the birth certif...
Technically based on the facts as you have presented them in your post, as long as her former husband persists in the presumption that he is the father of this child, you are going to be left out in the cold from a legal standpoint. Even if you had a DNA test showing you are the father, it is up to her former husband to give up his right to be dad since he was married to her at the time the child was born. However, you should confer with an attorney to walk through the timeline and verify dates and documents.See question
Fit most all requirements for Alabama for common law. Even a daughter together. Am I eligible for alimony when splitting?
You definitely need to hire an attorney and gather as much evidence as you can to prove the common law marriage like tax documents, deeds, cards referring to each other as husband and wife, and health insurance documentation where you are referred to as husband and wife.See question