Divorce is often billed as an expensive, time-consuming process that leaves people worse off than before. This prevailing misconception might even discourage unhappy couples from seeking otherwise necessary divorces. By managing expectations, focusing on financial goals and compromising when necessary, Alabama couples can effectively tackle their family law issues.
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Virtually no one in Alabama wants to come out on the other side of divorce worse for the wear, but it is important to acknowledge that most people will experience at least some initial financial repercussions. In general, careful planning and an eye for detail can minimize these types of impacts. But what happens if one person is purposely lying about the situation to avoid handling his or her fair share of the divorce? There are a few things to keep in mind when dealing with this type of family law issue.
Police in Alabama recently arrested a veterinary student who allegedly sent horses to slaughter after promising owners that she would care for the animals. Police were apparently made aware of the situation after owners filed complaints over the matter. The student has since posted bond and, according to reports, is continuing with her education despite the criminal charges.