Any Alabama resident who is married understands that a marriage can be tough work. Sometimes, no matter how hard a spouse works to keep the marriage together, it simply is not in the best interests of the spouses to stay together. Once a person comes to this realization, they often want the process to be
When Alabama residents get divorced, it is natural for individuals to think of the major assets belonging to the couple, and how those assets will be divided in the divorce. While assets like the family home, car and other purchases may come to mind first, there are also a number of other valuable assets that
Source: Quincy Herald-Whig, “Suit: NY dad criticized for denying son McDonald’s,” Jennifer Peltz, Nov. 8, 2013
Alabama residents who are going through or approaching a divorce understand that emotions can run high. On occasion, these emotions can cause individuals to act unreasonably. For example, a 52-year-old man is now facing allegations that he disposed of marital property during a divorce. The man claimed in a sworn deposition that he converted $500,000
Raising a child involves many varied expenses, some of which are expected and others that are completely unforeseen. The costs associated with child-rearing can be financially draining on families of all types and incomes, but many single parents often face a disproportionate burden if the other parent is not around or does not contribute monetarily.