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Alabama Family Law Legislation Update – What Happened in 2017 and What to Expect in 2018 - On-Demand
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WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to apply Alabama family law legislative changes to your client counsel decisions.
If your law practice involves family law and domestic relations issues, don’t miss this valuable on-demand webinar explanation of what the Alabama legislature did this year to change how you advise clients and handle cases.
And there was a lot to stay on top of this year. For example, the Alabama legislature passed a grandparent visitation bill in 2016 and passed legislation in 2017 explaining the burden for a spouse to exclude a portion of retirement benefits from the marital estate that may be equitably divided among the parties in a divorce case.
A parent’s fundamental right to direct the upbringing, education, and care of his or her children; the submission of parenting plans in child custody matters; interim alimony; and marriage licensing and recording requirements are among the many issues being considered by the Alabama legislature.
Your presenter will update you on recently passed family law legislation as well as what issues will be considered during the 2018 legislative session and in the future in Alabama.
- Recently passed legislation
- Bills from the prior session relating to family law originating in the House and Senate Judiciary Committees
- Bills being discussed in the Alabama Law Institute Family Law Committee
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About Your Presenter
Burdick Law Firm
Austin Burdick, with the Burdick Law Firm in Bessemer, is an experienced attorney with an excellent academic and professional background. He is recognized by his peers as an outstanding constitutional law and Alabama family law attorney, having represented family law clients at the trial court, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals, and the Alabama Supreme Court. Demand for Mr. Burdick’s constitutional arguments has allowed him to practice throughout Alabama as a trial and appellate advocate. He is also an experienced criminal defense lawyer having represented clients facing everything from a life sentence to traffic fines. He is also a trained civil and domestic relations mediator. He is experienced in issues involving uncontested divorces, contested divorces, prenuptial agreements, child custody, child support, business formation, collections, and criminal defense.