Blog Posts in August, 2017

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  • Divorce: Ex-Husband Cannot Use Lack of Phone Access to Child as Excuse to Not Pay Alimony
    Divorce: Ex-Husband Cannot Use Lack of Phone Access to Child as Excuse to Not Pay Alimony

    In any divorce, you have an expectation that the terms of the divorce will be followed. Whether about kids or money, any failure to follow the terms of the divorce is an enormous problem. In a recent ...

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  • Criminal Law: You Have a Right to a Jury Trial from a Municipal Court Case
    Criminal Law: You Have a Right to a Jury Trial from a Municipal Court Case

    When you get ticketed or arrested for a municipal offense, there are some distinct differences from being in a circuit court. For starters, you will not have a jury trial in a municipal court. That ...

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  • Divorce: States Cannot Divide Disability Pay
    Divorce: States Cannot Divide Disability Pay

    Anyone who was served in our armed forces deserves our respect. It is not an easy job and it is something that deserves our gratitude. The sad fact is, far too many veterans receive disability pay in ...

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  • Convicted Felon Cannot Hold Former Employees to Noncompete Agreement
    Convicted Felon Cannot Hold Former Employees to Noncompete Agreement

    When you sign an employment agreement, you probably do so thinking that your employer is going to take care of you. If the money and benefits are good, there probably is not that much else to worry ...

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  • Criminal Law: Post-Conviction Constitutional Challenge Delayed, Accused Executed
    Criminal Law: Post-Conviction Constitutional Challenge Delayed, Accused Executed

    Frequently, being convicted of a crime is only the start of the process to clear your name. Often, some significant error in the evidence or in the handling of the trial creates an injustice. In other ...

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  • Alabama Child Custody Laws on Parental Relocation
    Alabama Child Custody Laws on Parental Relocation

    Parenting is not easy. In custody disputes, the mother and father often both feel like they are the better parent. It is only natural to want custody of your child, but sometimes the road to custody ...

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