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AlabamaFamily Law Lawyers in Marshall County, Alabama

Family law attorneys in Marshall County, Alabama represent men and women who need help resolving disputes in their personal relationships. Family law revolves around marriage, cohabitation, and the parent-child relationship.


What does a family law attorney do? Family law attorneys in Marshall County, Alabama frequently deal with divorce cases, child custody cases or child support calculations, paternity actions and adoption.


In high income or high net worth cases the divorce attorney will deal with more complicated issues of the equitable division of property and retirement assets.


Many of the best family law attorneys in Marshall County, Alabama charge for an initial consultation, have an hourly rate for attorney fees, and require a retainer to begin representation.

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Lana Kay Hawkins

Lana Kay Hawkins
The Hawkins Law Firm
400 Gunter Avenue
Guntersville, AL 35976
Licensed for 20 years, Lana Kay Hawkins is a Family Law and Divorce lawyer who attended Georgetown University... read more >

Paul Andrew Seckel

Paul Andrew Seckel
Guntersville Law, LLC.
1320 Gunter Ave Suite A
Guntersville, AL 35976
Licensed for 6 years, Paul Andrew Seckel is a Criminal Defense and Family Law lawyer... read more >

Stephen D. Long

Stephen D. Long
Law Office of Stephen D. Long
3230 Central Park West Suite 106
Toledo, AL 43617
Licensed for 26 years, Stephen D. Long is a Family Law and Bankruptcy lawyer who attended The University of Toledo, College of Law... read more >

Gabriela Watson

Gabriela Watson
139 West Main Street
Albertville, AL 35950
Gabriela Watson is a Immigration Law and Criminal Defense lawyer... read more >
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Family Law Specialty Areas

Family Law Specialty Areas

NBLSC Certification in Family Law Trial Advocacy - The National Board of Legal Specialty Certification is accredited by the ABA to certify attorneys as specialists in family law trial advocacy.



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