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Alabama State Forum / Child Support Auto Review by State
« on: Jan 29, 2004, 09:56:20 AM »
Does anyone have experience/knowledge of Alabama's Central Distribution Center initiating one of their 4 yr auto review of child support obligations?

Thanks

LizaLou

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http://decisions.courts.state.ny.us/ad3/Decisions/2005/95865.pdf

This links you to a page where a victom of PAS was relieved of paying child support due to the alienators actions.  Not sure what to think about this.

LizaLou

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Child Support Issues / Reasonble College Support
« on: Feb 27, 2004, 06:49:41 PM »
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Child Support Issues / Auto Child Spt Review in Alabama
« on: Jan 29, 2004, 09:57:39 AM »
Does anyone have experience/knowledge of Alabama's Central Distribution Center initiating one of their 4 yr auto review of child support obligations?

Thanks

LizaLou

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Dear Socrateaser / NCP causing problems at school
« on: Jan 26, 2006, 08:18:37 PM »
Dear Soc,

Alabama divorce in 2000.  (We live in AL – BM lives in Florida.) BM had custody until 2004 when SS was kicked out for wanting to live with DH.  DH got permanent custody in 2005.  The custody battle wasn't pleasant because BM changed her mind and wanted SS back.  Court papers give BM equal access to school.  When DH registered SS in school he made sure they knew to fully cooperate with BM.

There were no school problems until we inquired about SS’s pre-paid college.  We found out she cashed it in after he came to live with us.  (You may remember me posting you over Christmas.)  BM is now accusing SS of drug abuse and claims DH is ignoring it.   She says the school must act because she can’t parent from Florida.   SS is NOT using drugs and NEVER has.  We cooperated with the school’s review and they agree SS is NOT using drugs.   BTW, she never told DH of her drug concerns-we heard it from school.  Anyway, she will not let it go. BM is harassing them and threatening to sue if they don't take her side.  Today, the school was contacted by the Governor’s office (yes really) because of her complaints.  

We usually ignore the BM because bizarre behavior and false accusations are the norm.  But this is new to the school and they are asking DH to stop her.  Also, this is different, because her false allegations now fall on an innocent boy (age 17).

1.  Is there anything that can be done by DH or the School?


Thanks ever so much.

LizaLou

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Dear Socrateaser / What do you call this?
« on: Dec 31, 2005, 09:35:52 PM »
Soc,

Divorce is in AL.  Parents bought a State pre-paid tuition college plan  during the marriage.  Plan only allows one "owner" which was the mom on behalf of the son.  Fast forward 10 years or so.  Divorce takes place and parents agree to split remaining college expenses in the settlement agreement.  Initially mom gets custody of son.   About 3 years later at age 15 son wants to live with dad.  After a court battle, dad gets custody of son.  Mom disowns the son and either cashed in the college plan or transfered it to a neice (not sure yet).  Son starts college in the fall.

Contempt doesn't sound right, but isn't there something terrible wrong here?   Did she have the right to give his college away?

What type of action gets filed to recover or repair the "paid" college situation?  Is son out of luck?

Thanks a bunch!  Hope your having a get New Year's.

LizaLou

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Dear Socrateaser / Mortgage question
« on: Aug 25, 2005, 06:13:55 PM »
Dear Soc,

 What is a borrower occupancy rider to a mortgage?

Thanks

LizaLou

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Dear Socrateaser / "child support" after death
« on: Apr 20, 2005, 11:30:00 AM »
Soc,

I'm starting to think about my Will. I have joint legal and sole physical custody in AL.  I plan to leave all to my DH with the understanding (or written directions) he will hold assets in trust for DD until she graduates from college (she's 10). Or if DH dies, a financial custodian would hold the assets until she graduates from college.  Relatively speaking, it's not that much (rental property, stock, and life insurance).

My goal is to incentivize DD to complete college because her dad does not and would not support college goals.  I, alone, already bought the pre-paid college plan to make it easy.  I know it's her call, but.... there's a carrot waiting at the end.

1.  Is my estate legally responsible for child support to DD's Dad until she reaches the age of majority or can I just leave it to the judgement of DH or the financial custodian?  

Thanks

LizaLou

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Dear Socrateaser / OT but need your guidance
« on: Apr 20, 2005, 08:17:15 AM »
I'm in Alabama trying to buy an 1954 chevy from my Dad and Aunt (jointly inherited from grandfather/Aunt is executor).  There is no title due to age of the chevy.  Everyone is cool with my purchase.  

When they inherited the auto is was in fine working order.  Now it is nothing but a shell, rusted out, motor gone, transmission gone, seats, steering column all gone).  While the condition is heartbreaking, it's not the issue.  The issue is getting the bill of sale worded correctly. Also, I don't want to get stuck paying back taxes as it's been "off the road" since 1988.  

1.  Is it still an "auto" considering it's condition?  

2.  With the motor gone, can I put mileage unknown?

3.  How can I protect myself from back taxes?

Thanks a million.

LizaLou

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Dear Socrateaser / Taking pictures
« on: Jan 20, 2005, 11:50:11 AM »
I was just reading the article in the archives that said don't let CPS or police in your home without a warrant and a question came to mind.

1.  Assuming they do have a warrant, can I video or take pictures of them during the search without their permission?

Thanks

LizaLou


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