As covered in previous articles by the Birmingham divorce attorneys at Parkman White, LLP, the Alabama Supreme Court recently issued a landmark decision in Christopher v. Christopher, which overturned a well-established 24 year old legal precedent within Alabama. Prior …Read More
For over 20 years in the State of Alabama, post-minority “child support” through the payment of college tuition and expenses could be ordered against a non-custodial parent as a form of child support.
This rule came into effect in the …Read More
When parties file for divorce, courts consider the current financial situation of both husband and wife, including whether they are working, and any assets that they may have. This is because, if a divorce is granted, courts will attempt …Read More
The Pop Star’s Divorce Lawyer Took It Nice & Slow
Usher, a highly successful pop icon who has been the subject of recent headlines involving a custody dispute with his ex-wife, Tameka Foster, got a ruling Friday that will enable …Read More
The divorce attorneys at the Birmingham firm of Parkman and White, LLC often have divorce and child custody cases where one parent moves out of the marital home, where the children reside, at the request of the other. These requests …Read More
It is common knowledge that, when two people are getting divorced, assets will be split. This includes both larger items (house, car, other property), liquid assets (bank accounts, retirement accounts), but also items that are more difficult to …Read More
In the recent weeks, our Birmingham divorce attorneys have had several clients embroiled in Alabama divorce cases, which seem to have been caused by social media, primarily Facebook. This popular social media website allows users to “friend” others and engage …Read More
If you find out your spouse has cheated on you, and you want to use that as grounds for a divorce, its probably not in your best interest to have any more intimate encounters. The divorce attorneys at Parkman White, …Read More
Child support is a sensitive issue. Every parent, even after a divorce, wants to make sure his or her child is cared for and has the proper finances to do so.
Alabama has enacted straightforward legislation about child …Read More