Important to Know About Divorce (Part 2)

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Considerations Prior to an Divorce in Alabama

Huntsville Divorce Lawyers | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C.

If you’re facing divorce (whether contested or uncontested) in North Alabama – contact a divorce attorney immediately. Our team can help answer any questions and provide a road-map for your case. We’ve outlined some steps below to help you get started with the process – when faced with separation, it is important to begin:

  • Obtaining financial records including income, tax returns, assets, debts, banking, etc.
  • Considering whether you need an investigator to prove fault or poor parenting skills of ex-spouse
  • Issues of child custody, child support and alimony

These issues are often complex – unless they are agreed upon in-full by both parties, it is imperative that you seek the advice of a divorce attorney. If you or a loved one are faced with difficulties relating to divorce – schedule a consultation with a divorce attorney from our team. We have decades of combined experience handling family law related cases in Madison, Huntsville, Decatur, Athens, and surrounding North Alabama areas. To schedule a consultation with a lawyer – call (256) 539-4464 or complete a case evaluation form online.

To see a previous version of this post – visit Important Things to Know About Divorce (Part 1)

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