Huntsville Divorce & Family Law Attorney
If you are considering a divorce, you need an experienced Huntsville divorce lawyer that can guide you through the process. Let us help you close this bad chapter of your life.
ALABAMA Divorce & Family Law Attorney
If you are considering a divorce, you need an experienced Alabama divorce lawyer that can guide you through the process. Let us help you close this bad chapter of your life.
Charlotte Christian Law is an award winning Alabama Divorce and Family Law Firm now servicing Huntsville and Birmingham. Our firm can assist you in preparing for a divorce and what to expect when getting divorced, We can also help you understand everything you need to know about Alimony, Child Custody issues and Child Support. Our firm also has experience in dealing with Military Divorce and all the unique situations that arise when one or both other spouses are in the military. Take a look at our blog where you can find up to date information about divorce in Alabama.
When you choose my firm to represent you in your divorce or other family law matter, you will be working with a firm solely focused on Family Law cases.
Divorce in alabama
Getting a divorce can be overwhelming. That is why you need an experienced lawyer by your side throughout the process. Many people are familiar with the basics of getting divorced but there are a lot of things to keep in mind when contemplating a divorce. How will debt be divided up? What about retirement accounts? Who gets to keep the dog? What should you ask for in your divorce settlement? These are just a few of the things that clients frequently overlook when contemplating a divorce.
One of the most important aspects of divorce is how it will impact your children. Your divorce will change the routine for your entire family, and you will have to help your kids through this process. In addition, you need to ensure that you retain child custody in the divorce. Physical custody will determine where your children live, and legal custody will determine who can make legal decisions regarding your children. There are many different types of child custody in Alabama to consider as you prepare for divorce, and several different arrangements. We can help you determine the right option for you and your family. If a visitation schedule is necessary, we can assist with this process as well.
When it comes to child custody, it is important to be proactive and make this a central concern in your divorce. We will be with you every step of the way, fighting for what is best for you and your children. Learn more by clicking the button below.
When you marry, you and your spouse agree to care for and support one another – both emotionally and financially. Sometimes when a marriage ends, that support will continue in the form of spousal support, also known as “alimony”. Spousal support in Alabama is granted or denied at the discretion of the court; however, our staff can establish a case for why you are entitled to this type of support and present this to the court. Whether you are seeking periodic alimony or alimony in gross, we can help you find creative ways to plead your case and get the spousal support that you deserve. Click the button below to learn more about alimony in Alabama.
Child support is a common concern of both parties when going through an Alabama divorce. Ultimately, child support is about putting your kids first and making sure that their needs are met. Divorce will be a disruption to their lives, and child support is one way to help your kids acclimate to life after divorce.
Many of the clients that we work with have questions about child support. How is child support determined? Can modifications be made to a child support agreement? And of course, what happens if one party does not make their child support payments?
We know that you have questions about child support – and we have answers. Simply click the button below, and you can learn more about how child support will be a factor in your divorce.
Military divorces face certain challenges that civilian divorces do not. While some elements of both types of divorce will be the same, it is important to understand the unique situation that you are in if you face a military divorce as opposed to a civilian divorce. Elements of divorce such as child and spousal support, child custody, and retirement benefits are different if you or your spouse is in the military.
If you find yourself in this situation, you need a divorce attorney who has handled cases like yours. At Charlotte Christian Law, P.C., we have worked with military divorce cases and have the knowledge to assist you throughout this process. Learn more by clicking the button below.
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We can help you find a resolution that will help your family move on.
If you are going through family issues or a relationship breakdown and are thinking about a Huntsville or Birmingham divorce, contact us today to schedule your consultation where you can talk to a lawyer today.