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  • TRIAL COURT ERRS IN DIVIDING PROPERTY DURING DIVORCE IN ALABAMA
    TRIAL COURT ERRS IN DIVIDING PROPERTY DURING DIVORCE IN ALABAMA

    If you have a lot of assets, divorce cases can become very difficult. Between property division and alimony, it can be hard for the court to assess who should get what. Mediation has grown in ...

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  • NO PATERNITY TEST NEEDED IN DIVORCE CASE
    NO PATERNITY TEST NEEDED IN DIVORCE CASE

    I can think of few things that matter more in life than knowing whether you are the biological parent of a child. Also, if you are not the biological parent, do you want to pay child support for 19 ...

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  • WHEN CAN ALABAMA COURTS MODIFY OUT OF STATE DIVORCE ORDERS?
    WHEN CAN ALABAMA COURTS MODIFY OUT OF STATE DIVORCE ORDERS?

    Sometimes after a divorce, people will move to different states. This can be beneficial to get a fresh start. However, if you have children, it can make enforcing child support and custody agreements ...

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  • HOW DESTRUCTION OF EVIDENCE APPLIES TO YOU
    HOW DESTRUCTION OF EVIDENCE APPLIES TO YOU

    You often see shows on television where a defendant in a case destroys evidence to hide their guilt. You may wonder if this happens in real life as well, and if it does happen in real life, whether ...

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  • TRIAL COURT ERRORS LEAD TO MULTIPLE APPEALS IN WORKERS' COMPENSATION CASE
    TRIAL COURT ERRORS LEAD TO MULTIPLE APPEALS IN WORKERS' COMPENSATION CASE

    Workers’ compensation cases can be highly contentious. One side may think that they deserve every penny they can get, while the other side may think that the injured party is trying to take advantage ...

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  • ARE COURTS ALWAYS  FREE TO DIVIDE PROPERTY IN A DIVORCE?
    ARE COURTS ALWAYS FREE TO DIVIDE PROPERTY IN A DIVORCE?

    Property division in divorce can be very complicated. If just the husband and the wife own the property, and the property is in the state where the divorce is taking place, then the court is free to ...

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