When Family Issues Become Legal Issues
It can be incredibly disorienting and disturbing when family issues become legal issues. You usually feel you can rely on your family when things are tough, but when you are facing divorce, child custody and other issues in family law, it can feel like you are all alone.
At times like these, it’s crucial to have help from a lawyer with skill in family law. A professional can help you understand your legal options, defend your rights and help you fight for solutions that will protect your children and your finances.
Hampton Law Offices is a Daphne, Alabama, firm that helps men and women with many issues in family law, including:
- Property division
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support
- Juvenile cases
When you are our client, we work with you to resolve your family law issues in a way that will put you on a path for a better future.
In And Out Of The Courtroom
Many family law cases are resolved through an out-of-court settlement reached through negotiation or mediation. Compared to a courtroom trial, these methods tend to be faster and less expensive. Perhaps even more importantly, they give you a greater degree of control over your outcome.
Mediation, in particular, can minimize the bitter feelings that so often linger after divorce. This can be especially important for divorcing parents of young children, who will have to continue to work together for years to arrange parenting time, child custody and visitation issues.
However, there are cases where the parties can’t reach agreement on their own, and the best solution is to go to court. We believe in taking cases wherever they need to go in order to help our clients obtain the best results they can. When the best solution is to go before a judge, we have the skill to fight effectively for our client’s best interests and those of their children.
In addition to family law, we help clients with criminal defense, probate and other issues. Our attorney also has extensive experience in real estate. Our experience gives us insight into the best ways to resolve cases where family law and other areas of the law intersect, such as those involving division of real estate or domestic violence.