Subject matter jurisdiction in Alabama divorce cases.Read More
More and more consumers are buying all kinds of stuff online--over the internet from companies such as Amazon. Many of these sales transactions occur without the payment of sales taxes, as the selling company likely has no physical presence in the state of the purchaser. Many brick-and-mortar companies argued that they were at a disadvantage as they were forced to compel customers to pay more (often times 8% or more) to cover the state sales tax.Read More
Amendment to Alabama Child Support Computation for health insurance and reasons for deviation from guidelines.Read More
Vote on proposed Alabama Flat Income Tax has been delayed.Read More
Alabama has passed into law the most impressive set of economic development tax credits in decades.Read More
When a person dies intestate, the Alabama laws of intestacy will kick in to provide for distribution of the intestate decedent’s assets. This scheme of distribution may be referred to as intestate succession, intestate distribution or the laws of intestacy. These laws represent the Alabama legislature’s best guess as to what most people would want to happen to their assets.
Alabama has become the 32nd state with an independent tax appeals process.Read More