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The COVID-19 global pandemic has altered our way of life. Non-essential businesses are closed, and children are home from school. But our first responders and health care workers are still on the front lines working every day to protect the community and take care of the sick. During this time…

What Are the Grounds for Divorce in Alabama? Alabama is what is commonly referred to as a “no fault” divorce state. In other words, no one has to be “at fault” in the relationship in order to get a divorce. The spouses could decide that their differences are irreconcilable due…

What Are the Laws in Alabama Regarding Surrogacy? I’m often asked by potential clients what the laws are in Alabama regarding surrogacy. The answer is that unfortunately, there are very few laws in Alabama that deal with the issue of surrogate motherhood. When parties enter into an agreement for a…

Couples who are considering divorce may have another factor to weigh when making their decision: the most recent tax law. Changes in the tax code that are scheduled to go into effect in 2019 could significantly impact divorce settlements, especially when it comes to alimony, child tax credits, and itemized…