Frequently Asked Questions
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Please visit our Contact page to leave us a brief message describing the type of legal help you need. Our team will review your message and is happy to respond as quickly as up to 48 business hours! You can also contact our head attorney, Allen Shabani, directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at +1(205)-624-4043.
Not every legal matter necessarily calls for an attorney– for example, a traffic ticket. However, if you feel that you are not being provided with what you deserve or qualify for, it is in your best interest to hire an attorney with knowledge of such legal matters to represent you and fight for your case, in order to see results more quickly and efficiently.
Courts look for parenting ability. In order to get you custody of your child, we must prove that you are the primary caregiver, or that you are the most willing and able to meet the child’s physical and emotional needs, including food, shelter, clothing, medical care, education, emotional support, and parental guidance.
In Alabama, after everything has been signed by both spouses and filed by the court, an uncontested divorce takes about 6-10 weeks, while a contested divorce can take anywhere from 30 days to months or years, depending on if there is a trial or not.
Stay calm, and call 911. When the police arrive, do not apologize or admit to any fault. Take pictures of the accident and identify any witnesses that were there. It is then in your best interest to hire a personal injury lawyer to aid in the process of seeking appropriate treatment, while being compensated for it as well as any other damage!