9 Factors that Determine Alimony in Alabama Alimony (or spousal maintenance) is awarded in a divorce where the marriage has gone on for a number of years and when one of the spouses contributed significantly more to the overall household income. The amount of alimony that is awarded depends on a complete assessment of a… [ Read More ]
A high percentage of marriage won’t last until death parts the two spouses. It sounds rough, but it’s the reality. Divorce is one way to end a marriage, but another other legal option is through separation. Many couples opt for separation due to religious reasons. It can also be easier on children assuming both spouses… [ Read More ]
One mother, who is a self-proclaimed lesbian, has requested that the judge proceeding over her divorce case recuse himself. This isn’t the first time she has made this request. Earlier this year, she filed two motions asking for the recusal of the judge, but both times the judge denied her requests. After refusing multiple requests,… [ Read More ]
Jefferson County was saddened by the news of a serious motor vehicle accident last week at the 6700 block of Alabama 79. Police responders arrived just before 10 p.m. to find an 18-year-old male lying by the side of the road. Sadly, the pedestrian had been struck by a vehicle. Once deputies arrived, the male… [ Read More ]
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