Attorney Fee Reimbursement
Dothan divorce attorneys assisting our clients recover attorney’s fees in Dothan, Abbeville, Ozark, Enterprise, Geneva and all of Southeast Alabama
Often, parties to a divorce action in Alabama have a widely divergent access to liquid funds to pay an attorney. The party with the most income, or that handles the bills can access cash to hire a divorce attorney, where the other spouse cannot. Sometimes divorce proceedings can be lengthy and therefore expensive. You may not have enough cash to live, much less hire a competent divorce attorney.
Most judges recognize the need for both spouse’s to have qualified attorneys, and want to protect the rights of the spouse who does not have the financial ability to pay for an attorney.
Because of this, divorces are one of the few legal cases where Courts regularly require lawyers fees be paid by the spouse with more financial security. If you don’t have the entire attorneys fee up front, doesn’t always mean you can’t afford a lawyer. In fact, that is probably the very situation in which you can’t afford NOT to have a competent divorce lawyer.
If your spouse has significant assets, but won’t give you access and is encouraging you not to hire an attorney, call us. The Dothan divorce lawyers at Boles Holmes White will make every attempt at making your spouse pay your attorneys’ fees, in addition to alimony, child support and a property settlement.
Do not let your lack of access to your marital cash keep you from consulting with our divorce lawyers in Dothan, Alabama. Depending on the case, we may be able to agree to an attorney’s fee arrangement that allows you to pay the bulk of the attorney fee after the case is complete.
Contact the divorce lawyers at Boles Holmes White at 334-366-6086 to discuss your divorce situation today.
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Divorce and Family Law
- Alimony and Spousal Support
- Asset Location
- Attorney Fee Recovery
- Changing Alimony or Child Support
- Child Custody
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- Child Visitation
- Contested Divorce
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- Domestic Violence / Protection from Abuse
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- Grandparents Rights
- Grounds for Divorce
- Joint Accounts in a Divorce
- Jurisdiction and Venue
- Legal Separations
- Mediation in Divorce
- Military Divorces
- Parental Rights
- Paternity Rights
- Postnuptial Agreements / Prenuptial Agreements
- Property and Asset Protection
- Reinstatement of Maiden Name
- Retirement Accounts in an Alabama Divorce
- Temporary Custody and Support Pendente Lite
- Uncontested Divorce