Divorce is unexpected and can be devastating to all parties involved. Few enter marriage with the expectation of divorce. The process, though heartbreaking, is best managed when you have proper representation on your side.
Divorce In alabama
Understanding the basics of divorce is essential before proceeding with your current spouse. This will help you understand the essentials of what can and cannot constitute divorce in Alabama. Alabama has both Fault and “No-Fault” divorce grounds for married couples. This means that certain acts can constitute a divorce. Along, with Fault grounds, “No-Fault” also allows for filing even without proving or accusing of any wrongdoings.
Grounds for Fault:
- Incurable Insanity
- Habitual Drunkenness or Addiction
- Other grounds
Things to know before filing for Divorce
One party must reside in the State of Alabama for at least six months prior to the filing of the motion.
There is a required 30-day waiting period between when a spouse files and when the process is finalized.