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Asset Division in Alabama: A Judicial Perspective - On-Demand
Webinar is now available on-demand. NOTE: On-Demand webinars are not eligible for CLE credit.
WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn best practices and the latest issues in Alabama asset division, from a judge on the Jefferson County Circuit court, Domestic Relations Division.
Marital assets are subject to equitable division in divorce cases in Alabama. So what is an equitable division?
Several factors are considered when a judge is equitably dividing the marital property – the earning abilities of the parties, the future prospects of the parties, the length of the marriage, the age of the parties, the health of the parties, the parties’ station in life, marital properties and sources of values and types of the same, conduct/fault of the parties in relation to the marriage, and the standard of living to which the parties have become accustomed during the marriage.
Use this helpful on-demand webinar on asset division issues in Alabama and get a judicial perspective from a judge on the Jefferson County Circuit Court, Domestic Relations Division.
- Current legislation
- What is equitable?
- Valuation of property: The need to value retirement benefits
- Retirement systems of the State of Alabama and other governmental systems and QDROs
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About Your Presenter
Judge Agnes Chappell has been in the legal profession for over 38 years. She presently serves as Circuit Judge, Domestic Relations Division, 10th Judicial Circuit (Jefferson County). She served as Municipal Court Judge for the City of Birmingham for 14 years. In Municipal Court, she presided over the Misdemeanor and Domestic Violence Court. She established the Domestic Violence Court, the first therapeutic court, for the City of Birmingham. She has vast experience in the area of family and juvenile delinquency law, having served as a Senior Trial Referee at the Jefferson County Family Court for over 15 years and as a partner in the law firm of Brown, Chappell and Burrell.
Judge Chappell is past chair of the Minor Sex Trafficking Committee for The Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham, past chair of the Grants and Allocations Committee of The Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham, past member of Voices against Domestic Violence Steering Committee, president and founder of The NRS Community Support Corporation, member of the board of directors for The Rising Stars and Bethel Learning Centers, member of the Alabama Domestic Violence Statutory Revision Committee, and member of the board of directors of the Community Policing and Revitalization of the City of Birmingham. She is a member of the Momentum Leadership Alumni Board of Directors and served as chair of volunteers for the 2014 Momentum Women in Leadership Conference. She is also a board member of Zonta of Birmingham. She is chair of the Magic City Bar Association Judicial Council. She mentors high school and college students and young lawyers.