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Are you paying support to an ex-spouse who refuses to work?

After high school, you went to college, and while there, you met your significant other. After you both finished school and worked for a while, you married, settled down in Alabama and started having children. Your spouse quit the workforce in order to raise the kids, with every intent of going back to work when they got a little older. Well, divorce entered the picture, and now you are stuck paying support to your ex who can, but will not, find a way to support him or herself.

Family of teen may consider wrongful death claim after crash

People commonly believe that teen drivers pose considerable risks on the road due to their inexperience. Unfortunately, many car accidents do occur with teens behind the wheel, and the outcomes of those crashes can be tragic. If an accident leads to a fatality, the family of the deceased victim may have options for filing a wrongful death claim against the parties believed responsible.

Should Alabama residents stay in their homes during divorce?

Ending a marriage means that many aspects of a person's life will change. Though some of the changes may seem obvious, such as not being married anymore, others may not have crossed a person's mind. For instance, some individuals may think that during and after the divorce they will simply remain in their current homes. However, what if the other party involved has the same idea?

Several people facing drug charges after Alabama house search

The criminal justice system is a complex arrangement to understand. There are many aspects to every criminal case, and when people have charges brought against them, they may fear that the system will be too complex for them to navigate successfully. Luckily, individuals have legal options for obtaining assistance and information on their specific cases.

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