Month: December 2012
Alabama residents: does your spouse owe you for your support?
Many Alabama residents understand the value of higher education, and the sacrifices people must go through in order to obtain it. Perhaps nobody feels the brunt of these sacrifices more than a student’s spouse, who often is tasked with shouldering an additional load to support the spouse who is in school. Given the spouse’s support,
Sesame Street offers guidance to children of divorce
A favorite children’s program of Alabama residents is tacking a sensitive subject involved in many households. Sesame Street is debuting a series of videos aimed at helping children cope with the difficult topic of divorce. Many are heralding the popular program’s effort, which could help children and parents alike in dealing with contentious child custody issues.
Billionaire and wife file for divorce after 43 years of marriage
When Alabama spouses decide to get a divorce, there are many questions to be answered. In a high asset divorce, perhaps the top issue to be decided is the property division between the spouses. Indeed, the more property and business assets a person owns, the higher the stakes when it comes to dividing those assets. For
Popular entertainer goes to court over child support dispute
Alabama residents understand that financial circumstances in a person’s life can change over time. From matters involving a person’s job to changes in family composition, there can be a variety of factors that bear on a person’s financial situation. It comes as no surprise, then, that as a person’s financial situation changes, so too does
Kardashian provides lesson on divorce vs. annulment
When a marriage comes to an end, many Alabama residents involved in the process may not care what legal term is used to describe the situation. Yet, whether a marriage ends in a divorce or an annulment can have significant consequences on the couple’s affairs. Take, for instance, the recent high asset divorce of celebrities Kim Kardashian