Month: February 2015
How does abuse affect a divorce proceeding?
Unfortunately, domestic abuse — or allegations of domestic abuse — is a part of many divorces in the state of Alabama, and it can have a major effect on the outcome of cases. First of all, when abuse is part of a divorce case, it can change the outcome of the case by granting grounds
Are you a divorced dad? Consider these parenting tips
Parenting after a divorce can be a challenge for both mothers and fathers, but fathers can especially struggle with the transition. A divorce can throw a wrench in the routines that may have existed since the child was born. Fathers may also worry about getting to spend enough time with their child, and making the
Can I appeal my divorce decree?
This is a question that we are asked frequently by clients. Unfortunately, when a judge is the one who makes the decisions in a divorce case, one party is often left unhappy with the results. The good news is that it is possible to appeal your divorce decree, but the bad news is that it
How lying during your divorce can get you into trouble
Most people know that lying under oath in criminal court is considered perjury and is punishable by serious consequences. However, some people don’t realize that perjury can also happen in family court, and it, too, is taken very seriously. There is a misconception that it is okay to lie about income or hide assets in