As Alabama divorce attorneys, we understand that a divorce can be a challenging event in your life. That’s why we work diligently to make the process as easy and stress-free as possible. Within Alabama, you can seek either a contested or an uncontested divorce. In an uncontested divorce, both parties agree to the divorce and come up with an amicable agreement regarding all issues – from child support to the separation of assets. Sometimes, however, both parties are unable to come to an agreement. In a contested divorce, the court will make the appropriate decisions regarding division of property, child support, and more.
Fault or No-Fault Divorce
Divorces in Alabama fall into one of two categories: fault or no-fault divorces. No-fault divorces are divorces that occur due to incompatibility or irreconcilable differences. In other divorces, however, fault is assigned to one party or the other. This may be based on adultery, abuse, imprisonment, the commission of a crime, or drug addiction. We will determine if your divorce will be fault or no-fault early on, as the processes are different.
Whether contested or uncontested, fault or no-fault, you likely have numerous questions and concerns about your pending divorce. As experienced Alabama family lawyers, we will answer your questions, allay your concerns, and stand by your side throughout the divorce process. At the Zwiebel Law Firm, we understand that every case is unique. We do not believe in cookie cutter tactics. Contact us today either online or at 205-623-1001