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  • $182,000 Retirement Account Split Equally
    $182,000 Retirement Account Split Equally

    Have you contributed to a retirement account prior to your marriage? Are you concerned that after you are married that your retirement account will be divided equally? It is important to keep records ...

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  • Retirement Account Division After Divorce
    Retirement Account Division After Divorce

    The parties were married in divorced in 2003. As a part of the divorce agreement the wife was awarded a percentage of the husband's retirement account. The agreement was silent as to whom was supposed ...

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  • Child Custody Case Upheld in Shelby County, Alabama
    Child Custody Case Upheld in Shelby County, Alabama

    Often parties will reach a divorce agreement in which parties will have joint custody of the minor child. However, there will be language in the agreement in which one parent may be the “tiebreaker” ...

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  • Court Reverses Case Alimony was insufficient for Wife's  Standard of Living
    Court Reverses Case Alimony was insufficient for Wife's Standard of Living

    Divorce cases are never easy. Especially when parties have been married for more than 20 years and have spent the better part of the marriage building a life and acquiring assets. This is a good case ...

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  • CHILD SUPPORT MODIFICATION IN MADISON COUNTY, ALABAMA
    CHILD SUPPORT MODIFICATION IN MADISON COUNTY, ALABAMA

    In the case of Seibert v. Fields , a child support case arising out of Madison County, Alabama. When the parties divorced in 2014, the former wife was awarded half of the parties’ joint bank accounts, ...

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  • EMPLOYER NOT REQUIRED TO PROVIDE PAIN MANAGEMENT
    EMPLOYER NOT REQUIRED TO PROVIDE PAIN MANAGEMENT

    In the event of an injury in the workplace, it can be difficult to know what options for medical treatment are available to you that are covered under workers’ compensation. This is troubling if you ...

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