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Dating during Divorce and Custody in Huntsville

Divorce is a time of change, renewal, and growth. Both partners have the opportunity to “reset” during a process that can take months or even years. While separations are being…

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Small Business Owner’s Guide to Divorce

Being a small business owner can be incredibly rewarding. It is fun to watch your ideas flourish and grow and bring in income for you and your family. It can…

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Starting a Relationship While Divorce is Pending

Dating While Going Through a Divorce – Is It Okay? That is a question I am asking from time to time during a client’s divorce matter. It is also one…

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New Year, New Start: Gaining Strength After Your Divorce

Rebuilding your life after a divorce can be a challenge, and it is not uncommon for individuals to harbor some fears and concerns about their future. Fears of what it…

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How Do You Plan for Life After a Divorce?

I love it when my client’s ask me this question and allow me to be a part of this process, because I truly believe that you have an opportunity to…

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Military Divorce FAQs in Huntsville, AL

Alabama Military Divorce FAQ When a military servicemember or spouse of a servicemember is considering a divorce, there are often many questions regarding particular considerations involved in a military divorce.…

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Legal Separation Laws in Alabama

In Alabama, a couple who wishes to separate but not immediately end their marriage can file for a legal separation. A couple may choose this option for a number of…

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When is A Prenuptial Agreement A Good Idea?

A prenuptial agreement, also known as a prenuptial agreement in Alabama, is a contract between two people who decide to marry. The agreement outlines how the couple wants their estate…

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What Happens to the Family Home After Divorce?

Marital Home After Divorce In Alabama, the Court has broad discretion when it comes to the disposition of the family or marital residence in a divorce. Of course, two reasonable…

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Abandonment: A Common Misconception in Divorce

In Alabama, there are several different grounds upon which someone may file for divorce. They fall into two categories: fault and no-fault. While no-fault means that neither party bears the…

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