https://www.divorcenet.com/resources/divorce/marital-property-division/alabama-divorce-dividing-prope

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

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

Chart providing details of Alabama Marital Property Laws.

https://www.rosefamilylaw.com/about/articles/what-you-need-to-know-about-property-division-in-an-alabama-divorce/

When married spouses divorce in Alabama, all of their money, property and other assets are divided into two categories: separate property and marital property.

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

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

http://divorceinfo.com/alfaqspropertydivision.htm

Alabama is an equitable ... This means that the division of property and ...

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://www.wsfa.com/story/14942211/community-property-v-equitable-division

Jun 20, 2011 ... Equitable distribution or division is the system followed in Alabama. ... Unlike in community property states, a spouse is not entitled to keep ...

https://mjparkslaw.wordpress.com/2009/02/16/equitable-distribution-vs-community-property/

Feb 16, 2009 ... Alabama is an "equitable distribution" state rather than a "community property" state. This means that property is divided depending on several ...

https://johntottenlaw.com/gets-division-property-alabama-contested-divorce/

Sep 23, 2016 ... If you are currently involved in a contested divorce in Alabama, you know firsthand the fear and uncertainty that can accompany the distribution ...

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”.