divorce can be overwhelming. Separating couples have many things to consider, such as child custody and visitation issues, the division of marital property and assets, and spousal and child support. These are sensitive and serious issues that require careful consideration. Even though the marriage is over, there is still a family whose best interests must be protected.
Family law issues are not limited to divorce cases. A vast array of issues can arise out of family dynamics. Custody, child support and visitation issues may involve parents or even grandparents.
A CALM IN THE MIDDLE OF THE STORM…
At Massey, Stotser & Nichols in Birmingham, Alabama, we understand the difficulties associated with family law issues. Therefore, we have constructed a divorce and family law practice that focuses on meeting the specific needs of the family. Premarital contracts may also be appropriate prior to some marriages. We do not simply look for unifying factors that make all divorce cases the same. Our Alabama family law attorneys are personally invested in your case—learning as much about your situation as possible so as to formulate a plan that best suits you and your family.
EXPERIENCED ALABAMA FAMILY LAW ATTORNEYS
Our firm has been serving the needs of Alabama families for nearly 30 years. Our legal team has a comprehensive understanding of marriage termination laws. At Massey, Stotser & Nichols, PC, we empower our clients to take control of their family law situation. Our attorneys listen to your concerns and provide you with information and options to enable you to make wise decisions.
CONTACT A SKILLED AND COMPASSIONATE DIVORCE/FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY TO DISCUSS YOUR SITUATION
Massey, Stotser & Nichols, PC has been serving the legal interests of clients throughout Alabama since 1977. Since the firm’s inception, we have committed our time and energy to establishing lasting associations with clients from various walks of life. To learn more about how we can serve your needs, contact our full service law firm today. For your convenience, evening and weekend appointments are available by request.
omestic Partners in the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender community face unique legal issues. Same sex marriages and/or civil unions are not recognized by the state of Alabama, requiring couples to implement added financial and personal protection that goes beyond mutual agreement.