Alabama Divorce Lawyer
Divorce Attorney – Serving Jefferson, County, Madison County & Shelby County, AL
If you are going through a divorce or any family law matter with court involvement you need a lawyer on your side with whom you can freely and openly communicate with and get solid, reliable and experienced advice.
The job of a lawyer is not to take over your case or control your life but to help you efficiently navigate through the legal system and to present a cohesive and well thought out case, with theme and theory, that put you in the best position for a positive outcome. Your attorney should not just protect your rights but use the court system, including discovery and other pretrial tactics to develop the facts needed to present your best case.
Divorce is never something anyone looks forward to or, for that matter, something most plan on. While Alabama does recognize and enforce pre and post nuptial agreements few people have the foresight when entering a romantic relationship meant to last a lifetime to plan for the demise of that relationship and the division of assets and debts that follow, let alone the emotional turmoil that can result. The Oncale Firm has helped hundreds of people navigate these uncharted waters over the last two decades and is here to help you today. If you are facing or contemplating divorce proceedings, please call and speak with one of our attorneys. We offer free consultations by phone.
We serve Alabaster, Big Cove, Birmingham, Homewood, Hoover, Huntsville, Madison, Mountain Brook, Trussville, Vestavia, Shelby County, Jefferson County, Limestone County, Madison County, St. Clair County and the surrounding towns and areas.
Do you need the help of a divorce or legal separation attorney?
For most people facing divorce a prenup or other contractual document was not on their radar when they married as they believed their relationship would stand the test of time and last a lifetime. For those in this situation a more traditional divorce or divorce mediation/collaborative divorce provides the only option for a dissolution of the marriage. A divorce can be contested or uncontested. An uncontested divorce is one in which the parties agree on all terms and conditions and the division of assets and debts and are both willing to sign documents signifying that agreement. A contested divorce is when one or more issues remain in contention and cannot be agreed upon or, for whatever reason, one party refuses to execute the documents necessary to effectuate an uncontested divorce. Many divorces that begin contested end with an agreement rather than proceeding to trial, however, you can never presume your divorce case will settle and must at all times remain prepared to proceed to trial if necessary. Some people choose to go forward with a collaborative divorce where both parties agree, in writing, to a process that puts an amicable settlement of all disputes as the primary goal of the parties and work towards that solution with a team of professionals that make sure everyone’s voice is heard and that all possible solutions and alternatives are considered and evaluated by the parties. For those divorces that are contested many end up settled through the mediation process.\
We can help you with:
- ASSET & DEBT DIVISION
- BUSINESS VALUATION & DISTRIBUTION
- COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE
- LEGAL SEPARATION
- PROPERTY DIVISION
- UNCONTESTED DIVORCE
Contact A Top Divorce Lawyer For Help
There is a lot at stake with a divorce, don’t make the mistake of trying to handle it on your own. Schedule a free consultation with the skilled divorce lawyers in Birmingham and Huntsville, AL with The Oncale Firm to discuss your situation and your options.