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If fault is a factor in the divorce, the judge has the right to make an allowance to either spouse out of the estate of either spouse, or not make an allowance as the circumstances of the case may justify.
However, any property acquired prior to the marriage of the parties or by inheritance or gift may not be considered in determining the amount of alimony.
[Based on Alabama State Divorce Code - Chapter 2, Section 30-2-52, 30-2-53]SPOUSE' S NAME: Upon request, the wife may resume the use of her maiden name or any previous surname.
Upon application of any interested party, the divorced wife may be enjoined from the use of the given name or initials of the divorced husband.
[Based on Alabama State Divorce Code - Chapter 3, Section 30-3-150, 30-3-152]CHILD SUPPORT: Child support is determined using the Income Shares model, with the theory that children should continue to receive that same amount of support as if the parents were still together.
In making a determination of child support, the court shall apply Rule 32 of the Alabama Rules of Judicial Administration.
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[Based on Alabama State Divorce Code - Chapter 2, Section 30-2-11]CHILD CUSTODY: It is the policy of this state to assure that minor children have frequent and continuing contact with parents who have shown the ability to act in the best interest of their children and to encourage parents to share in the rights and responsibilities of rearing their children after the parents have separated or dissolved their marriage.
Joint custody does not necessarily mean equal physical custody.
[Based on Alabama State Divorce Code - Chapter 2, Section 30-2-40]PROPERTY DIVISION: Alabama is an equitable distribution state, meaning that if the parties can't agree, the property will be distributed in an equitable fashion, not necessarily equally.
All property of the wife, held by her previous to the marriage or to which she may become entitled after the marriage in any manner, is the separate property of the wife and is not subject to the liabilities of the husband.