If you are considering a divorce or if you have been served with divorce papers, you need to seek immediate legal counsel so that you can begin preparing for your future. We'll make sure you know what to expect in and out of the courtroom.
We all know divorce can be difficult emotionally and financially, but does not have to be unnecessarily complicated or adversarial. The legal process of obtaining a divorce in Alabama can be completed quickly by filing an Uncontested Divorce. If you and your spouse agree that your marriage cannot be preserved and should be dissolved, an Uncontested Divorce may be granted based on an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. An Uncontested Divorce may be appropriate if, for example:
1. There are no minor children involved
2. The couple does not own real property
3. The couple has already divided personal property
4. The couple is able to agree on important issues concerning children, finances, and property
With McAdory Legal Group, LLC an Uncontested Divorce is inexpensive and convenient with a single flat fee and only one in-person meeting to review and sign the divorce papers before filing. Call us at 205-201-1176 and tell us which package below fits your needs:
Uncontested Divorce Bundle #1 (no minor children): $285 plus filing fees
Uncontested Divorce Bundle #2 (up to two minor children): $315 plus filing fees
Uncontested Divorce Bundle #3 (three or more minor children): $345 plus filing fees
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Where you and your spouse cannot reach an agreement, or have more complicated needs regarding division of financial assets and custody of minor children, a Contested Divorce is more appropriate. Although Alabama is a no-fault state, Alabama law still allows you to file for divorce citing a specific reason. By doing so, you may obtain an advantage with respect to property division, alimony, and other rights during the divorce. In some cases, a specific reason for wanting to leave your spouse will greatly increase your chances of winning child custody. Some common grounds that can be used when filing for divorce in Alabama include:
When you are going through a divorce, you need to be aware that more than your shared assets might be at stake. If you cannot prove that you had sole ownership of certain valuable properties, such as homes, savings accounts, or even businesses, before the marriage, you might stand to lose some to your spouse. When you are ready to file, first consider the following with our divorce attorney:
1. Alimony Payments
2. Child Custody
3. Child Support
4. Division of Assets
5. Division of Debt
6. Relocation Necessity
7. Visitation Rights
At McAdory Legal Group, LLC, we understand the process and we are here to help you through a divorce. There are many aspects that you must be aware of and that you must be prepared to negotiate or fight aggressively for in court. You can rest easy knowing that your divorce is in good hands.
Call McAdory Legal Group, LLC at 205-201-1176 to schedule an appointment with a skilled divorce attorney.