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New Beginnings Family Law Blog

After your divorce is final, you probably don’t have any great inclination to cooperate with your ex about anything. You may never want to see your ex-spouse again, but to your children it’s very important to have the security of a dependable relationship with both parents. Tips on Co-Parenting After Divorce…

Divorce is complicated in general, but military benefits and military policies make military divorce even more complicated. To further muddy the waters, military personnel are often stationed away from home, meaning it’s usually not even obvious where the divorce should be filed. Here are some of the issues to consider…

What Does it Mean When a Divorce is Uncontested? Divorces in Alabama can be contested or uncontested. If you and your spouse are in agreement on all aspects of your divorce, you can file for an uncontested divorce. An uncontested divorce is both relatively simple and less costly, but you…