Blog Posts in November, 2016

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  • Court Reverses Child Support in Baldwin County, Alabama
    Court Reverses Child Support in Baldwin County, Alabama

    One of the most contested aspects of a divorce proceeding is figuring the amount of child support owed to the custodial parent. Alabama law requires filing certain affidavits with the court explaining ...

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  • Gang Affiliation Evidence Not Admitted in Montgomery County, Alabama
    Gang Affiliation Evidence Not Admitted in Montgomery County, Alabama

    At some time or another, every person has acted in a way that they would rather not remember. Usually, these acts are forgettable and perhaps only remembered by the actor who will hopefully learn from ...

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  • Divorce Is Stressful in Alabama
    Divorce Is Stressful in Alabama

    For the many families that suffer through divorce proceedings each year, they may think the worst is behind them when a final decree of divorce is entered. However, such decrees and orders are based ...

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  • Custody of Child Granted to the Father in Fayette County, Alabama
    Custody of Child Granted to the Father in Fayette County, Alabama

    Typically, in a divorce proceeding, people think that the mother is always awarded physical custody of the child. However, that is not always true. If the case is litigated, meaning you go before the ...

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  • Hiring an Appellate Attorney is Important
    Hiring an Appellate Attorney is Important

    Just because you received a guilty verdict doesn’t mean it’s the end of the road for you. However, the best thing you can do for your case is to hire an attorney experienced in appellate advocacy. ...

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  • Rule 32 Petition Based on Double Jeopardy Is Not Barred by the Statute of Limitations
    Rule 32 Petition Based on Double Jeopardy Is Not Barred by the Statute of Limitations

    Just because you’ve been convicted of a crime does not that it is the end of the road for you. A Rule 32 petition allows for a post-conviction relief. However, this rule is subject to very harsh ...

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