King & Green, LLC, is pleased to announce the David B. Dobson has joined the Firm as an associate attorney. David is from Oneonta, Alabama, and is a graduate of Birmingham School of Law (J.D. 2016). While in law school, he served as President of the trial team and was a member of the Judge Continue Reading »
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Attorney Brad Green of King & Green, LLC, has been named a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers in its “2016 Annual List of Top Attorneys.” Brad is a graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law and Birmingham-Southern College. He practices in the areas of Domestic Relations/Family Law, Civil Litigation, and Probate Law. Super Continue Reading »
Child support awards are governed by Rule 32 of the Alabama Rules of Judicial Administration, which was promulgated by the Supreme Court of Alabama. Rule 32 provides the method and standards for calculating child support and employs several forms to be used by the Court and both parties to calculate child support. Both parties in Continue Reading »
See the link to the April 2016 edition of B-Metro magazine, naming Brad Green as one of Birmingham’s “Top Attorneys.”
Attorney Brad Green of King & Green, LLC, in Birmingham, discusses several bills in the area of family law pending in the Alabama legislature. The bills deal with joint custody, alimony, retirement division, grandparent visitation, and common law marriage.
In this video Attorney Brad Green discusses the 1/22/16 decision of the Alabama Supreme Court that upheld a lower court’s striking down of Alabama’s Grandparent Visitation Act. This action in and of itself does not eliminate grandparent visitation as part of an Alabama adoption case or in a juvenile dependency action.
King & Green attorney Brad Green discusses Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore’s “Administrative Order” to Probate Judges on January 6, 2016, that attempts to stop the issuance of same-sex marriage licenses.
In this video attorney Brad Green discusses what effect the recent release of hacked data from the cheating website ashleymadison.com could have in an Alabama divorce case.