Birmingham Matrimonial and Family Law Newsletter
Issue 38                                                                                 March 2015

Ms. Peeples boutique styled practice is limited to areas of matrimonial and family law including divorce, child custody/support, alimony, property division, premarital agreements, adoption, assisted reproductive technology, and other post-divorce modification and enforcement issues.  


An undergraduate of The University of Georgia, she earned her law degree, cum laude, from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in 2000.   


Fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Attorneys Board Certified Family Law Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy , and "AV Rated" by Martindale Hubble, Candi was also selected in 2010-2014 as a "Rising Star" by Alabama Super-Lawyer Magazine.  Selected in 2005 as one of Birmingham's Top 40 Under 40 by the Birmingham Business Journal,  Candi is an active member of the Birmingham community.  Candi has also been selected by her peers from 2009 - 2014 as one of Birmingham's "Top Attorneys in Family Law" by Birmingham Magazine.   She served as Chair of the Alabama State Bar Family Law Section for 2010-2011.


Candi is married to Lloyd Peeples and they have two children Chandler and Lily. 

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Candace B. Peeples
Family Law
2956 Rhodes Circle S
Birmingham, Alabama 35205
205-403-5577 Phone
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I hope that the topics and issues in this newsletter will be helpful to you or to anyone in your life that may have a need for some insight into the family law arena.  If you have any thoughts or ideas to make this more helpful, please let me know.

Effective, December 1, 2014 we are so pleased to share our new office location with you as well.

The Historic AB Loveman House
2956 Rhodes Circle South
Birmingham, AL 35205
(205) 403-5577

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1. Divorce News

Study: Eye-Rolling Spouses may be at Higher Risk of Divorce

Eye rolling at your spouse may be more than just an example of poor manners - this interaction could put your marriage at a higher risk of divorce, according to research. 


Health & Well-Being

Nourishing your Stressed-Out Brain

These nutritional tips can help you think more clearly and make better decisions as you navigate your divorce.



Preparing for Divorce

The Wiser Divorce

Ending a marriage can be viewed as a battleground - somebody is going to win and somebody is going to lose - or as a turning point; a change of life status that will leave your hopes, dreams, and dignity intact.


Divorce and Finance

Creating Cash Flow during Divorce

The only ways to increase your cash flow are to increase your income, cut your expenses, or some combination of the two. Here's how to find the money to fuel your dreams.├é 

Children and Divorce

New Partners, Stepparents, and Remarriage

When families separate, many parents quickly start dating again; in most cases, one or both parents will marry or cohabitate with a romantic partner at some point post-divorce. Here's how to help children of divorce adjust to becoming part of a stepfamily.



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an attorney-client relationship.  


'No representation is made that the quality of legal service to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.'