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There are divorce lawyers on just about every street corner. Considering filing for divorce. Looking for a divorce in Birmingham or a divorce in Bessemer? You need to call a divorce attorney with experience. Stephen H Jones divorce attorney can help you . He will explain the process, your options and the divorce costs that can be expected.
Domestic disputes can be emotionally devastating, especially when children are involved. When relations turn sour and divorce seems to be the only answer, you need a counselor you can trust.
A Skilled Advocate In Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support and Similar Matters The Law Office of Stephen H. Jones, a Birmingham Alabama divorce lawyer, has over two decades of experience in dealing with all kinds of divorce matters, including: Divorces: Uncontested divorces can be simple; they can also explode into the most rancorous battles a lawyer can witness. We are practiced negotiators, but we also relish defending your rights if things turn sour and the divorce is contested.
Child custody: Possibly the most emotionally fraught issue in divorce disputes, requiring negotiating skill and tact to bring about a resolution that best serves the interests of the child.
Child support disputes:
Child support increases or decreases are a crucial issue for the welfare of the child but potentially one of the most acrimonious; we are vigorous advocates for our clients' rights.
We will explore all support options, including alimony. Modification proceedings: A change of circumstances, such as income or employment, can lead to the need to modify the conditions of a divorce or separation decree, including child support modification or change of custody. Divorce is difficult regardless of whether or not the divorce is uncontested or contested. It is essential that you hire an attorney with whom you are completely comfortable, someone you can trust with your family, your finances, and your future. Sometimes one spouse will try to convince the other spouse that he or she does not need an attorney. This is not true; each party in a divorce proceeding needs to be represented. Sure, you could go forward without an attorney, but you will not have anyone looking out for your interests. This is not the time to represent yourself or be cavalier, even in an uncontested divorce. Once the documents are signed, it is difficult, if not impossible, to change the terms. Choosing the right attorney to help you through this transition is essential. The peace of mind you will have after consulting with and being represented by the right attorney is priceless. Is It Time to Consult a Divorce Lawyer? If you think it might be time to dissolve your marriage and move on to the next stage of your life, Law Office of Stephen H. Jones can help you make the transition. Since 1989, we have successfully represented divorce clients throughout North Central Alabama. We Start By Listening We will listen carefully as you explain your circumstances and goals. Then, we will gather the information we need to analyze your situation. Next, we will explain your options and recommend a strategy for achieving your goals. When it comes to divorce, you can never predict exactly what the other person will do. While you may prefer to negotiate an acceptable divorce settlement, your spouse may refuse to be reasonable. We can help with that. Guiding You Through the Process We will be there for you, explaining each step and guiding you through the process until your divorce is final. While division of property and other divorce issues may seem overwhelming to you, we have the knowledge and experience to help you.
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