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AlabamaDivorce Lawyers in Shelby County, Alabama

Divorce attorneys in Shelby County, Alabama help individuals file for and finalize contested and uncontested divorce actions.

In high asset or high income divorce cases the family law attorney helps the man or woman equitably divide assets including business and corporate assets, retirement benefits, pension plans, and real estate.

Divorce lawyers in Shelby County, Alabama also help the husband or wife resolve issue of alimony or spousal support, child custody and child support issues.

Matrimonial lawyers in Shelby County, Alabama typically charge for the initial consultation, have an hourly rate for attorney fees and require a retainer upfront to begin representation.

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Steven Harris

Steven Harris
The Harris Firm LLC
4000 Eagle Point Corp. Dr. Suite 110
Birmingham, AL 35242
Licensed for 13 years, Steven Harris is a Divorce and Divorce Mediation lawyer who attended Cumberland School of Law - Samford University... read more >

Sera E. Harrison

Sera E. Harrison
Merrell Law Firm
101 Riverchase Pkwy East
Hoover, AL 35244
Licensed for 4 years, Sera E. Harrison is a Criminal Defense and Family Law lawyer... read more >

Richard Warren Bell

Richard Warren Bell
4956 Valleydale Rd. Suite 103
Birmingham, AL 35242
Licensed for 48 years, Richard Warren Bell is a Family Law and Divorce lawyer... read more >

Douglas Lyndon Key

Douglas Lyndon Key
2163 Highway 31 S. Suite 102
Pelham, AL 35124
Licensed for 46 years, Douglas Lyndon Key is a Family Law and Divorce lawyer... read more >
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Lawyer Referral Service of the Birmingham Bar Association - The Birmingham Bar Association sponsors a Lawyer Referral Service that helps individuals and businesses find an attorney throughout Columbiana in Shelby County and the surrounding areas of Jefferson County. AL. More than 150 local attorneys participate in the Lawyer Referral Service. These local attorneys are pre-screened for their good standing with the Alabama Bar, experience in a particular practice area of the law and other eligibility factors.



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