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How Does It Feel To Be Divorced?

By Peeples Law |

If you have been psyching yourself up to file for divorce, the content you have been finding online most likely relates to finding the courage to leave an unhappy marriage or coping with the shock that your spouse is leaving you.  A pending divorce is a whirlwind of emotions; sometimes you feel like you… Read More »

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The Best Divorce Settlement Is The Most Specific One

By Peeples Law |

After you get divorced, you will slowly start to feel relieved about not having to deal with all of the things your ex-spouse used to do that got on your nerves.  You don’t have to deal with your ex’s passive aggressive or outright comments when you share something that you think is good news. … Read More »

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Using Text Messages As Evidence In Your Alabama Divorce Case

By Peeples Law |

Text messages get an unfair share of the blame for technology-related distractions.  Of all the social media notifications and announcements of newly released clickbait that reach your phone in the time it takes you to drive from the supermarket to your home, when a police officer pulls you over, he will insinuate that you… Read More »

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What Should You Do To Mark Your Divorce Anniversary

By Peeples Law |

This year, you don’t have to worry about your divorce.  You don’t have to steel yourself for another session of divorce mediation or fight in court for temporary alimony to avoid getting evicted from your house.  Your year of ups and downs in the midst of a pending divorce case, when you’re not quite… Read More »

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Factors That Affect How Much A Divorce Costs

By Peeples Law |

The people who get all worked up about topics that are trending on Google have already contacted divorce lawyers on Divorce Monday, but you are a more thoughtful sort of person.  You also resolved to get started on your divorce at the beginning of 2024, but first, you are doing a little bit more… Read More »

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Common Co-Parenting Mistakes And How To Fix Them

By Peeples Law |

Raising children is one of life’s great challenges, even though it is also one of the most rewarding and meaningful experiences you can have.  If you get divorced while your children are minors, it can throw your parenting routines into disarray.  You might feel like you have to start from zero when it comes… Read More »

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Divorce Monday: A Toast To New Beginnings

By Peeples Law |

The most difficult New Year’s resolutions to keep are the ones where you say, “I am going to do X every day” or, “I am never going to do X,” and the more abstract X is, the harder it is to keep your resolution.  The worst resolutions are, “I am never going to eat… Read More »

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Changing Your Name After Divorce In Alabama

By Peeples Law |

Changing your name when you get married is a big decision, and there is no single right or wrong choice about keeping your last name or changing it.  Some women choose to take their husbands’ last names upon marriage in keeping with a custom that has been prevalent in English-speaking countries for several centuries,… Read More »

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Calculating Child Support In Alabama Is Simple, Until It Isn’t

By Peeples Law |

Child support is often one of the most contentious issues in a divorce case.  Only the pettiest people are still bitter, 20 years after their divorce has become final, about the fact that the court let their ex-spouse keep the dining table, but even the most generous and least materialistic people can easily hold… Read More »

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What Happens If Your Spouse Refuses To Sign The Divorce Papers?

By Peeples Law |

By the time some couples get to divorce court, they have both known for a long time that they wanted to get a divorce.  They may just need to work out the details of their property division or parenting plan in mediation.  Some couples even agree to all the terms of the divorce before… Read More »

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