Alabama Code Title 26. Infants and Incompetents

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  • Chapter 1. General Provisions.
  • Chapter 1A. Alabama Uniform Power of Attorney Act.
  • Chapter 2. Appointment of Guardians.
  • Chapter 2A. Alabama Uniform Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Act.
  • Chapter 2B. Alabama Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act.
  • Chapter 3. Bonds of Guardians.
  • Chapter 5. Settlements of Accounts of Conservators.
  • Chapter 8. Removal of Person or Property of Minors and Wards.
  • Chapter 9. Guardianship and Commitment of Incompetent Veterans and Dependents.
  • Chapter 10. Adoption of Children.
  • Chapter 10A. Alabama Adoption Code.
  • Chapter 10B. Interstate Adoption Assistance Compacts.
  • Chapter 10C. Putative Father Registry.
  • Chapter 11. Legitimation of Children.
  • Chapter 13. Relief of Minor Children from Disabilities of Nonage.
  • Chapter 14. Reporting of Child Abuse or Neglect.
  • Chapter 15. Child Abuse Generally.
  • Chapter 16. Child Abuse and Neglect.
  • Chapter 17. Uniform Parentage Act.
  • Chapter 17A. Reopening of Paternity Case Based on Scientific Evidence.
  • Chapter 19. Bureau for Information on Missing Persons.
  • Chapter 19A. Missing Senior Citizen Alert.
  • Chapter 19B. Hiawayi Robinson Emergency Missing Child Alert System.
  • Chapter 21. Parental Consent to Performing Abortion Upon Minor.
  • Chapter 22. Abortion of Viable Unborn Child.
  • Chapter 23. Alabama Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 1997.
  • Chapter 23A. The Woman's Right to Know Act.
  • Chapter 23B. Alabama Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.
  • Chapter 23C. Federal Abortion Mandate Opt Out Act.
  • Chapter 23D. Termination of Ectopic Pregnancy.
  • Chapter 23E. Women’s Health and Safety Act.
  • Chapter 24. Department of Early Childhood Education.
  • Chapter 25. Leaving Abandoned Infant with Emergency Medical Services Provider.

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