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One of the challenges divorcing couples must face is dividing their marital property and assigning marital debts. Alabama law requires a division of marital ...

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The laws that determine how property and debts are divided during divorce are ... Examples of the factors affecting property division in Alabama divorce cases ...

https://www.divorcesource.com/ds/alabama/alabama-property-division-4696.shtml

A summary of Alabama property division laws, guidelines, and procedures.

https://www.birminghamdivorcelaw.com/understanding-the-law-property-division-in-alabama-divorce

Sep 2, 2016 ... In Alabama, most property acquired during a marriage is going to be considered marital property. Thus, a house purchased by a husband and ...

https://statelaws.findlaw.com/alabama-law/alabama-marital-property-laws.html

Chart providing details of Alabama Marital Property Laws.

https://www.hg.org/divorce-law-alabama.html

Comprehensive overview of Alabama divorce laws, with grounds, property division, spousal & child support & custody, legal separation & state resources.

https://www.thebirminghamdivorceattorney.com/property-and-asset-division-in-an-alabama-divorce-case.html

Alabama follows an equitable distribution of property law, which allows the court to consider certain factors when deciding how to divide marital property.

http://gregvarnerlaw.com/new-alabama-law-affecting-divorce-litigation-and-retirement-accounts/

Jan 8, 2018 ... Generally, Alabama law requires a divorce court to first determine what are the marital assets, as distinct from separate property of the parties.

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Alabama is an equitable distribution state. This means that the division ...

https://www.parkmanwhite.com/birmingham-divorce-and-family-law/property-in-an-alabama-divorce/

Alabama is an equitable distribution state, meaning if the parties cannot decide how to divide the marital property, the court will distribute it “equitably”.