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Helping Couples Find A Peaceful Way To Divorce

When you and your spouse have decided to end your marriage, you will be looking for someone to help guide you through the divorce process in Alabama. You may have already agreed to basic custody and property division concerns, but need someone to help make it official.

If you and your spouse are in this position, an uncontested divorce may be right for you. This means that you have basically agreed to all of the issues that will need to be discussed during your divorce, and that you just need someone to help you get the order filed with the courts. I am Michael W. Kelley, II, Attorney at Law, and as part of my practice, I offer assistance to couples with their uncontested divorce concerns.

Allowing You To Move Forward

As your lawyer, I will review the proposed agreement to ensure that all of the potential issues have been addressed. I will determine if the child custody and visitation agreement go into enough detail to ensure that it represents your wishes. If there are issues that require revisions, I will help you understand the items that you need to focus on when discussing matters with your spouse, including child support, if it is an issue in your case.

I also pay particular attention to the property division agreement in your divorce. I will analyze the proposal to determine if spousal support will be necessary for your case. I want to make sure that you are prepared for the changes you will experience in life after divorce.

Schedule Your Free Consultation

To talk to me about your divorce, please call my Montgomery office at 334-954-1930 or send me an email using my contact form. I am here to help you find efficient solutions to your divorce.

No representation is made that the quality of legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.

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