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Category Archives: Alabama divorce

Equal Rights Extends to Alimony

Equal Rights Extends to Alimony

Up until 1979, alimony was only awarded to (ex)wives, and not to husbands. Now, you may think that the times were different and women didn’t really have the rights or means to be able to fully support their husbands once divorced. This is partially correct, but this was also the…

October 31st, 2012 Alabama divorce, Spousal Support
Alabama & California Divorce Papers

YouTube Videos Released for Alabama and California Divorce Papers

  MyDivorcePapers.com is proud to announce two fine additions to our YouTube Video channel. The videos, “How to file Alabama divorce forms online” and “How to file California divorce forms online” are informative videos that are designed to give a brief overview of divorce laws and the divorce process in…

August 7th, 2012 Alabama divorce, California divorce, Divorce Videos
Stricter Divorce Laws in Alabama

Bill Proposes Stricter Divorce Laws in Alabama

A proposed bill has been put before the Alabama Legislature which would make filing Alabama divorce forms much more difficult for those who have entered into a covenant marriage. The proposed measure would require couples in a covenant marriage to enter counseling before they can file for divorce. It would…

July 26th, 2012 Alabama divorce, Divorce Law, Divorce Process
Alabama Divorce Papers

Alabama Divorce Papers Spark Movie Idea

Surprisingly, divorce is a great topic for cheesy romantic comedies. If you have seen the romantic comedy, Sweet Home Alabama, you know that the movie is about an ex-Southern girl turned New York fashionista who must go back to her Southern roots in Alabama in order to get her Alabama…

July 11th, 2012 Alabama divorce, Divorce Papers
Divorce Law in Alabama

What Divorce Law in Alabama is Like

The divorce law in Alabama states that a couple can legally divorce on the grounds of fault or no fault. If a couple files for a no-fault divorce, the reasons must be due to incompatibility of temperament, irretrievable breakdown, and voluntary abandonment from bed. However, a couple is automatically assumed…

July 10th, 2012 Alabama divorce, Divorce Law

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