Restraining Order and Child Custody Obtained in AL Family Law Case

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Recently, a woman in Alabama began experiencing domestic issues when her husband – with whom she shared a child – began stalking her. His actions caused her to fear for the safety of herself and her child, so she reached out to Alabama Divorce & Family Lawyers, LLC to learn more about her options.

After discussing her options under Alabama’s divorce laws, attorney Richard Perry was able to obtain a restraining order on the client’s behalf. As such, the husband could not have contact with her or the child. Eventually, the couple divorced and custody of the child was awarded to attorney Perry’s client. The father was only allowed supervised visitation.

In addition, during divorce proceedings, it was discovered the husband suffered from various mental health issues. He was prescribed medication, and months later was able to begin having unsupervised visitation with his and the client’s child.

The outcome of an individual case depends on a variety of factors unique to that case. Case results do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any similar or future case.