Tuscaloosa Divorce Attorneys
Committed to Protecting Your Rights & Best Interests
Divorce can be the hardest and most stressful decision you may have to make; especially when children or a significant number of assets are involved. The legal process can seem complex, and very contested and hostile. An unfavorable settlement or trial can make it difficult for you to start the next chapter of your life on the right foot, which is why you need an experienced lawyer on your side to protect your rights and best interests from start to finish.
If you are interested in filing for divorce in North, Central, or West Alabama, let the Glasscox Law Firm LLC help you navigate the complexities of the divorce process and obtain the most favorable outcome for you, and your children. Our Tuscaloosa divorce lawyers provide our clients with compassionate and effective legal solutions to help you finalize your divorce inside or outside the courtroom.
With the Glasscox Law Firm, LLC you can work with a legal team that has more than fifty (50) years of legal and courtroom experience, who knows Alabama divorce law and the procedures.
Our legal team can help you address the following divorce issues:
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Alabama Divorce Laws
In order to file for divorce in Alabama, you or your spouse must live in the state for at least six (6) months prior to filing.
A no-fault divorce is one that neither spouse needs to prove that the other is the cause for the divorce. All that needs to be proven in a no-fault divorce is that an incompatibility exists between both spouses and the that the marriage is irretrievable broken.
Fault-based divorces are often more complicated, and generally involve more than proving is that there is an incompatibility exists between both spouses and the that the marriage is irretrievable broken.
In Alabama, you have two (2) types of divorce; uncontested and contested.
With an uncontested divorce, both parties are in agreement on all relevant issues such as child custody and support, the division of marital property, and more. This type of divorce is faster, easier, and less expensive than a contested divorce.
A contested divorce is one in which a couple doesn’t agree on at least one of the issues of divorce (e.g. child custody, child support, alimony, etc.). A contested divorce can be resolved through mediation, but if that doesn’t work , then the divorce will have to be heard by a divorce judge; which will take time and result in a more expensive process. If your divorce goes to court, it’s vital that you have a lawyer who knows their way around a courtroom. With the Glasscox Law Firm LLC you will have lawyers that have more than fifty (50) years of legal and courtroom experience.
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Whether you are going through a contested divorce or an uncontested divorce, our legal team that can help you start the next chapter of your life on the right foot. Get more than 50 years of combined legal and courtroom experience on your side immediately!
Contact our Tuscaloosa divorce attorneys today at (205) 509-5547 for more information about divorce in Alabama.