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Judith S. Crittenden’s firm has been blazing trails for decades. Crittenden graduated law school in 1970 as one of the few women pursuing law at the time, then became the first female Deputy District Attorney in Jefferson County before starting her own firm in 1974. “She built a great firm and a great reputation,” said …

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Pro Hops Vino

Crittenden Partners recently sponsored the Pro Hops Vino event in November 2019.  Check out the photos of the great event: Click for Photos

Alabama State Bar Announcement

From the Alabama State Bar Facebook page: “The Supreme Court of Alabama has issued an order suspending all in-person proceedings in all state and local courts in Alabama, including, but not limited to, circuit court, district court (including cases on the small claims docket), juvenile court, municipal court, probate court, and appellate courts until Apr. …

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Divorce and the Coronavirus

Read this article from The New York Times about how the Coronavirus is affecting divorced couples: Click to Read the Article  

Alabama Courts Still Open for Business

There have been courthouse closures, but the courts remain open for business.  Here is the full article detailing the information about the courts remaining open during the COVID-10 pandemic: Read the Full Article Here

Delinquent on child support and your stimulus checks

Approximately 3.3 million Americans with overdue child support debt could lose their potential stimulus check from the new coronavirus stimulus package, since it does penalize delinquent parents. Read the full article from NBC News