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Families looking to adopt a child through an agency often find themselves somewhere near the bottom of a very long waiting list. Adoption agencies often encourage people to connect with expectant mothers directly, which means that more and more families are turning to social media to do so. While many…

A gray divorce is a term used to describe when older couples make the decision to divorce after a long-lasting marriage. Couples who go through these types of divorces are also known as “silver splitters” or “diamond divorcees.” Over the years, gray divorces have become more and more common for…

For most couples, their home is the most valuable asset In a divorce. The trial court has the power to adjust the ownership of marital residence, whether it was purchased jointly by the parties or owned individually but determined by the court to be marital property, which is generally the…

 In the event that your case is tried before a judge, that judge will make the decisions regarding who will pay alimony and the amount of the alimony payment. The length of time a former spouse must pay alimony is, with few exceptions, dictated by law. However, if you…

“A divorce in Alabama can be settled at almost any stage of the divorce process, whether prior to initiating an action with the Court or while the case is pending before the Court. Often, parties will attempt to negotiate a settlement in what is known as an uncontested divorce proceeding…

At New Beginnings Family Law, we understand how stressful and devastating a divorce and child custody issues can be for a family. Our team is committed to providing a caring and comfortable environment where you can feel safe to talk about your case and your goals for the future. You…

A divorce will usually involve a complicated series of negotiations over custody of children, division of shared property, alimony, and other matters. It is common for many of these discussions to take considerable time. There are times when divorcing spouses cannot afford to wait. People in such situations may be…

After a couple divorces, it’s common for one spouse to want to leave the state and take the children with them. This can be distressing and life-changing for the spouse who stays in-state. However, parents have various legal options to challenge and sometimes even prevent their former partner from moving…