Are you searching Google for “How to file for divorce in Alabama without a lawyer”? You might as well stop. The answer to your question is, “Don’t.” Every divorce is unique due to: Property disputes Child custody issues Alimony Fault Assets And more If your divorce case has money and property involved, matters can get… [ Read More ]
In the state of Alabama, the laws are complicated when it comes to your probate and estate during and after your death. It can take your family members and loved ones a long time to get what you intended them to have, so the best course of action is to have a will. It can… [ Read More ]
A Last Will and Testament is important to have no matter your age or what property you currently have. Before your death, you’ll need to decide what happens to your possessions when the time comes. While your attorney can help you complete the process of writing a will, here are the first steps you’ll need… [ Read More ]
When a couple decides to get a divorce, it’s not always easy to determine how to equitably split formerly shared property, financial resources, and child custody. Some spouses come to an agreement amongst themselves, but many cases require the assistance of a mediator, attorney or judge. In Alabama, a contested divorce case arises when the two parties cannot… [ Read More ]
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