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Who is the Non-Custodial Parent After a Divorce?

When parents go through a divorce, they must settle legal matters that determine the future of their kids. This includes child custody and child support. This can establish a child’s custodial and non-custodial parent. While the child spends the majority of their time with their custodial parent, the non-custodial parent can play an important part […]

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Who is the Custodial Parent After a Divorce in Alabama?

When spouses going through a divorce are parents, they must determine arrangements for the future of their children. This requires them to reach an agreement on child custody. When this happens, parents can obtain physical and legal custody of their child. When a parent is awarded physical custody of their child, they are the individual […]

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When Does Child Support End in Alabama?

During a divorce, spouses have many legal matters to consider. If they are parents, this involves arrangements for their children. Courts in Alabama stress the importance of both parents financially assisting their child after a divorce. Because of this, child support payments are required to be paid from one parent to another. This exists so […]

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Contesting a Will in Alabama

When a person reaches the end of their life, they sometimes have several cherished assets. These valuable possessions should be passed down to loved ones to make sure they will still be taken care of. With an extensive estate plan, an individual is able to plan for what happens to their assets when their life […]

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Stone Crosby, P.C. Takes Roundup Weed Killer Class Action Cases

Stone Crosby is handling claims involving the popular weed-killer Roundup. The active ingredient in Roundup, glyphosate, has been connected to an increased risk of cancer. We are meeting with people who have non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, or people whose loved ones have non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, after using Roundup. We would be happy to talk with you about any potential […]

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Grounds for Divorce in Alabama

Divorce proceedings can often be very trying and difficult for couples. In the state of Alabama, spouses must meet certain requirements before the may begin the proceedings. One of the first requirements is for them to cite grounds for their divorce. While many believe divorces are a result of one spouse’s “fault” for the end […]

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