Divorce

Confidence Trick: Fraud as a Basis for Annulment

Confidence Trick: Fraud as a Basis for Annulment

“If the NSA can be hacked, so can the average — or even exceptional — human mind. Our capacity to trust, which makes us successful, also makes us vulnerable — as does the natural bias to overrate our own bullshit detection.”  Matthew Hutson, “Why We Fall for Con...

Top 5 Child Custody Myths

Top 5 Child Custody Myths

In my over 16 years as a child custody attorney, I’ve heard many myths. Below are some of the most common myths – in italics - followed by the truth. Moms always get custody: I’ve represented many dads who won physical custody of their children. It’s based on what is...

HOW TO DIVORCE GUIDE: CUSTODY BATTLE FOR FATHERS

HOW TO DIVORCE GUIDE: CUSTODY BATTLE FOR FATHERS

THE PROBLEMI've represented a lot of men in custody and divorce cases in Alabama. Fathers often want (and deserve) sole or joint physical custody of their children. However, problem arises when they've been the primary breadwinner to allow the mother to stay at home...

The Guide to a Christian Divorce

The Guide to a Christian Divorce

One of the most difficult aspects of a divorce as a Christian is maintaining your Christian character during a divorce. Whether you are a practicing Christian or merely identify as a Christian, it can be difficult to reconcile Jesus' command to turn the other cheek...

Top 5 Things to Know About Child Custody in Alabama

Top 5 Things to Know About Child Custody in Alabama

I’ve been helping people navigate child custody issues since around 2004 when I went into private practice after having been a prosecutor. There are some questions and concerns that come up in almost every consult I have with a parent needing answers or reassurance...

What to Know Before You Go (see an attorney)

What to Know Before You Go (see an attorney)

I have found that some people get intimidated by the mere thought of going to a lawyer.  Some have bought into the notion that we're all ambulance-chasing leeches who only want your money. However, you may find yourself in need of an attorney one day. There are few...

Why Mediation in a Divorce

Why Mediation in a Divorce

Mediation is the opportunity to focus on the future. How you got to the point of conflict is secondary to how you move forward.Webster defines mediation as “intervention between conflicting parties to promote reconciliation, settlement or compromise.”  A mediator is a...

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