Experienced attorney’s blog will focus primarily on Family and Domestic Relations Law, and how the law is changing.
Birmingham, AL – The Law Offices of Ayn Traylor-Sadberry, P.C. announced today that principal attorney Ayn Traylor-Sadberry is setting up a new legal blog http://ayntraylorsadberryblog.blogspot.com/ which will focus primarily on Family and Domestic Relations Law, and how the law is changing.
“With all the recent news and misinformation regarding Family Law, I felt that I could help explain the truths behind the real issues at hand” said Lawyer Ayn Traylor-Sadberry. “I have a decade of experience working in this area, and can help people understand the issues before a dispute develops, and obtain initial information when they need legal help.”
Family law does not only encompass marriage, children, divorce, and marital assets, but also implicates tax and retirement issues such as the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs) (a “QDRO” is a court order required in order to divide certain retirement assets in a divorce proceeding pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code and the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)). This involves a complex area of federal law that is very hard to understand even for attorneys.
More specifically for Alabama, in June 2018 the Alabama State Bar officially implemented an amendment on how child support is calculated (Rule 32). This change affects those that are receiving third party payments, such as payments to a minor child. Before this change, many courts and attorneys took such payments into account when calculating child support because it is consistent with Alabama case law, but it was not specifically provided for in the rules. For example, when a person receives social security disability payments, his or her minor child may also receive a direct payment as a result of your disability status. Such a payment received by a minor child as a result of a parent’s disability may potentially be subtracted from monthly Child Support obligations.
Ms. Traylor-Sadberry notes that “of course, if one has gone through a divorce or child custody case, this change does not automatically change child support payment obligations. Here is where people need to seek legal advice based on their particular circumstances to find out if payments must be recalculated.”
Ayn Traylor-Sadberry is planning to inform the public about such developments that they may not read about in the newspaper or see on television.
About Ayn Traylor-Sadberry
Ayn Traylor-Sadberry is a domestic relations, probate & criminal attorney in Birmingham, Alabama. Ms. Traylor-Sadberry received her B.A. degree in 1966 from the University of Oklahoma, her M.A. in 1973 from the University of Oklahoma, and her Juris Doctor from Howard University in 1981. She was admitted as an attorney in Alabama in 1989.
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