For many Alabama residents, logging on to Facebook has become a habit of everyday life. While most use the website to keep in touch with friends and family, the website has become increasingly used in court cases. Family law cases are no exception, as Facebook posts can affect everything from divorce cases to child support issues.
Many Alabama residents are familiar with the popular novel, “The Scarlet Letter,” where a woman found guilty of adultery must wear a scarlet A on her dress as a sign of shame. The story might seem like fiction, but recently, a similar tactic was used against individuals who failed to pay child support. The idea, conceived
For many Alabama residents, the most valuable asset they have is their home. Individuals can spend much of their life saving for and paying off their home. This can make it all the more difficult in a divorce, when parties must decide how to handle the family home, along with the remaining property division. There are
When tragic events occur to Alabama parents, one of the first concerns is often what happens to the children. Not only do the children have to face overwhelming emotional issues, they may also be the subject of child custody issues in terms of who gets custody after a parent is gone. This is currently the case with
As Alabama residents progress through different life stages, their financial circumstances often undergo changes. These changes can have a significant impact on an individual’s life, as well as his or her family. After a divorce, these changes can also impact a person’s child support obligations. Take, for example, someone pays child support and who changes jobs. Contrary