Overcoming Personal and Legal Challenges

Overcoming Personal and Legal Challenges

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Supporting Your Family Through Divorce, Child Custody And Adoptions

It can be particularly emotional when legal issues hit home. Whether you find yourself at the end of a marriage, you want to create a plan that protects your children or you are celebrating the addition of a new child into your family through adoption, your family may need guidance and support.

Based in Wetumpka, Courtney & Mann, LLP, offers clients the experience and skill they deserve when their family faces these significant changes. From the challenges of divorce to the joys of adoption, we stand by our clients and help them protect the things that matter most.

Supporting Your Family Through Life’s Changes

We understand that any change in your family can be a significant financial and emotional challenge. We provide guidance for clients facing a wide variety of challenges in their family, including:

  • Divorce – The end of your marriage can be a challenging time, and you are certain to have questions about how to protect what matters most. Whether your divorce is a contested or uncontested, having an experienced attorney by your side helps ensure that you begin the next stage of your life with the support you need to meet your needs.
  • Child custody and child support – While a divorce can significantly change your family, it is possible to create a parenting plan that protects your parental rights and supports your child’s needs.
  • Property division, retirement, and alimony – A divorce often impacts your financial future. Effective guidance on these issues from the attorneys at Courtney & Mann, LLP can help you secure the financial future you want and deserve.
  • Adoptions – Compassionate legal counsel can guide your family through this complex process and help you welcome a new child into your home.

Reach Out To Our Experienced Family Law Attorneys

Contact us by phone at 334-521-1454 or through our online contact form to discuss your family’s needs with an experienced attorney.