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When both parties agree to be divorced, and agree on the terms, it is called an uncontested or “irreconcilable differences” divorce.
Sometimes, you can’t agree to disagree. I are knowledgeable in the area of law, and familiar with the judges and courtrooms where your divorce will happen.
Your children need to be safe and protected at all times. At the time when you need us most, your children become our priority.
What is a standard schedule? What visitation is included in joint custody? Can we make our own schedule? What if they don’t need to visit at all? All of those questions are normal. Determining the visitation schedule in Memphis or across states that benefits your family and your life can be a hard task.
The thought of not being able to raise your child can be terrifying, especially after a divorce. There are many approaches to solving custody issues. If those don’t work and a court battle is necessary,our family law firm will fight it out with you.
Your case is your own, and your decisions are your own. It’s our family law firm's job to lead you. We don’t make decisions for you. We provide options and execute those options for you. We know this is an emotional time for you, and we are not here to tell you how to feel. We are here to provide wise counsel for you as you travel through this time in your life.
You’re here now because you want information. That’s great. Information is what you need in order to make the best decision. Hopefully, you’ll spend some time here learning the basics of divorce, custody, visitation, contempt, adoption, or whatever matter you have. You need to know what your rights are in your situation and how to protect them, whether you are concerned about parental rights, your rights to alimony, or your rights to parenting time with your children.
Well, I’m on many boards and committees in the Memphis area. I’m on several bar organizations, notably the Tennessee Bar Association, the Mississippi Bar Association, the National Conference of Women’s Bar Associations, and the Tennessee Lawyer’s Association for Women. One of my dreams is to start a non-profit family center. What I do now is practice law for families and children in family courts in Tennessee and Mississippi. What I do now is provide solutions to your family when you need them the most, and provide support at a time when it is crucial times like divorce. What I do now is a job that I love and am grateful to have.