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Child support and custody details are the most emotional, contentious and complex issues faced by divorcing parents.

Birmingham Child Custody Attorney Steven D. Eversole is a veteran family law attorney who understands the emotional and legal issues, including away custody, father's rights and child-support modification.

As a family law attorney with years of experience, Attorney Eversole's new eBook is aimed at parents who need sound legal advice. While it's no substitute for a qualified attorney, it can help divorcing parents understand the legal issues and challenges involved when parents divorce.

With degrees from Samford University's Cumberland School of Law and the University of Alabama, Attorney Eversole has spent many years studying the religious and family dynamics involved in divorce. He founded Eversole Law on the principle that “family” must always be the focus of “family law.”

Alabama Divorce & Child Custody: What You Need to Know

By claiming your free copy of the Alabama Child Custody eBook, you will be taking the first step to a better understanding of the unique challenges involved in child custody cases, as well as the applicable laws governing a judge's decision in your child support or child custody case.

“This special report was written to help individuals with children understand their rights for child custody and support,” Attorney Eversole writes. “By knowing what to expect regarding child support and custody issues, you will feel more confident in making decisions for you and your family.”

Attorney Eversole's reader-friendly style cuts through the legal jargon so often confusing to divorcing parents. The result is a practical user's-guide for child custody and child support issues in Alabama:

  • Determining Child Custody and Visitation.
  • Paternity and Father's Rights
  • Child Support
  • Support for Single Mothers
  • Abuse Allegations
  • Do I need an Attorney?

Child Support & Child Custody: Do I need an Attorney?

While Attorney Eversole makes it clear that his book does not replace the need for an attorney, the advice is invaluable. Not only can it help you understand the issues, it can also help you choose a well-qualified and experienced attorney.

“Your family's future is at stake. Children's lives will be changed, and it is up to you to bring as much harmony as you can back into their lives,” Eversole writes. “That is why you need an experienced family law attorney to protect you and your family.”

Your choice of attorneys can have a dramatic impact on the outcome of your case. Attorney Eversole uses his knowledge and experience of the legal issues to help you choose wisely.

By reviewing an attorney's qualifications, background and experience, you will have a better understanding of his or her abilities. Attorney Eversole provides you with the questions to ask, and the knowledge to make the best decision possible for you and your family.

“The importance of making sure that your child is protected needs to be solidified by making the right decisions and choices,” Eversole writes. “An attorney who focuses in child custody and support should be able to help you in making those decisions. If you make a wrong decision, it can affect you and your children, as well as their future.“

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