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How Can I Get Child Custody Back in Alabama?

The main concern of any parent is their child. Unfortunately, parents throughout the state of Alabama are denied custody of their children more often than you may think. If you are someone who was denied child custody, you are most likely looking to obtain custody once again so you can play a significant role in […]

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What Can I Do if My Ex Refuses to Follow Our Child Custody Agreement?

When parents divorce or separate, they will often have to abide by a court-ordered child custody agreement. If your ex refuses to follow this agreement, you are most likely concerned about the future of your child. Read on and reach out to our Alabama family law attorneys to learn more about these violations and how […]

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How Does Probate Work in Alabama?

In Alabama, the probate process is oftentimes a complicated one, and if you recently had a loved one pass away, most likely have several questions regarding the process ahead. Whether you are an executor, beneficiary, or another party who has an interest in an estate, you should strongly consider hiring a knowledgeable Alabama estate planning […]

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Can I Relocate With My Child After a Divorce in Alabama?

When parents divorce, oftentimes, the most important issue is child custody. No parent wants to imagine not being able to raise and be a part of their child’s life, which is why in many cases, Alabama courts would prefer to split child custody evenly between parents. That being said, in many cases, after a divorce, […]

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What You Need to Know About Airbnb Accidents in Alabama

Airbnb has become a reliable alternative to traditional hotels, in large part because of its affordability. Unfortunately, Airbnb’s are not always safe, and if you were injured in an Airbnb accident, you most likely now require financial compensation to help cover the cost of your medical bills, lost wages, and more. Read on and reach […]

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What You Should Know About Post-Divorce Modifications in Alabama

As you know, in the months and years after a divorce, life changes. Because of this, in many cases, spouses find themselves in a situation where their initial divorce agreement no longer reflects their current circumstances. When this happens, those individuals will frequently request a post-divorce modification. Please continue reading and speak with our knowledgeable […]

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Estate Litigation in Alabama | What You Need to Know

As you know, there are few things more important than creating a well-rounded estate plan in one’s lifetime. Though estate plans serve multiple purposes, one of the primary reasons people create estate plans is to ensure that their assets are distributed accordingly upon their passing. With the assistance of an experienced Alabama estate planning attorney, […]

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Who Gets the House in a Divorce in Alabama?

For many spouses, their home is their most valuable asset–both monetarily and sentimentally. This is why, in many cases, when it comes to the division of assets, the home is the most fought for. If you are someone who is getting divorced and you wish to keep your home, you must continue reading and speak […]

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Why You Should Avoid Using Social Media During the Divorce Process

As you know, social media plays a huge role in our society. Almost everyone has at least one type of social media account, and for good reason. Social media allows us to stay connected, engage in meaningful discussion, voice our beliefs, and more. However, as you know, social media also has several drawbacks, including the […]

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Do I Have to Pay Child Support if I Do Not Have Custody Rights in Alabama?

As you know, child support is among the most contested divorce-related issues, and as such, oftentimes, the spouse who is ordered to pay child support feels as though he or she should not have to make such payments, for one reason or another. This is especially true when the supporting parent does not have custody […]

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