Alabama’s Two Standards Used to Modify Child Custody

Alabama’s Two Standards Used to Modify Child Custody

In Whitehead v. Whitehead, decided by the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals on February 12, 2016, the Court does a really good job of explaining the two standards for custody modification. Alabama applies either the McLendon standard or the Couch standard when deciding custody modification.

GRANDPARENT VISITATION ACT “FACIALLY UNCONSTITUTIONAL”

In a recent Alabama Court of Civil Appeals opinion, Weldon v. Ballow, on October 30, 2015, the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals was faced with a challenge that the Grandparent Visitation Act was “unconstitutional on its face – that is it always operated...
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