I'm 18 years old. And I live in south Alabama with my aunt and uncle. They force me to live with them and I'm tired of living there and want to leave If I were to just walk out, is there anything they could do. Could they make me come back and l...
I know that this sounds vague but you really should call a lawyer and at least go talk to them about your current situation so that they can give you solid legal advise.See question
He left USA 1.5 yrs ago and lives in AUS. I don't have an address for him or anything. Can I divorce him without him coming back here? We don't own a home or property but do have one child.
Yes, but you need to go meet with an attorney to speak specifics to make sure that you abide by the proper jurisdictional procedures.See question
their Mother and father left them with us when they were babies and then the father cam up and took them and then gave them back to the mother who has move them into an undesirable neighborhood that has shootings next door and they're being bulli...
You really need to go speak with an attorney regarding this matter. There are numerous factors that will come into play with regards to you seeking custody.See question
i have sole custody and want to move to arizona but my ex wife in alabama moving for job and she has had her kids taken from her on several occasions due to drug use
Whenever you are attempting to make a change, consult with an attorney to review your final decree. There is a very specific way that relocations must be handled.See question
I was a single mother of three and working two jobs. my ex husband wasn't paying child support and didn't have a job. my oldest son, then 8, was having behavioral issues and I couldn't give him the attention he needed. My ex was living with his fa...
I would suggested that you contact an attorney who specializes in custody issues. Although you have a court order, you will want to make sure you proceed in a way that will benefit your case.See question
and it states visits are to be supervised by ONE specifically named person (not myself) is it legal for him to show up unannounced at my house demanding to spend time with our son?
No. There is a reason why this is supervised and cannot be altered without court order. That being said, the court may allow a different supervisor if this issue is presented to the court and the court orders an alternative.See question
My ex wife and I divorced in Mobile County, AL shortly after moving there. Eventually, I won full custody of my two children and immediately moved to Tuscaloosa. The judge in Mobile refuses to enforce child support, as I have taken my ex-wife back...
This may be easier than you think. Generally the custodial parent will be able to have a case transferred to another county after a specific period of time has elapsed.See question
I have custody n the father has visitation rights the kids want to go and stay with their dad for a year
Depending on the circumstances you could sign a limited power of attorney for a very specified amount of time. This being said, one would need to review your current custodial order to determine what would be your best course of action.See question
As part of my divorce decree,I was given 30 days to provide written notice to indicate whether I wanted to stay in my home. I emailed my attorney that I did. Thirty days has elapsed and I'm a little concerned? Was the email sufficient?
Contact your attorney and request an update on the status of your case.See question
We were Married October 4, 2006 and Seperated December 4, 2006. We tried for a year to Reconcile Our Marriage but he could Not stay Faithful and Grow Up. Ever since I have been Filing for Divorce atleast Twice a year and he keeps refusing my Paper...
First things first I would hire an attorney and discuss this in more detail. That being said, there are ways to get a divorce even if your spouse is evading serious and/or refuses to comply with court order. Look for an attorney who practices family law, you will get the help you need.See question