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  Divorce & Family Law                                        

Qualified guidance is essential during the emotional time of divorce and family matters.  We supply premium representation whether that means helping you through negotiations to find an amicable solution or navigating the discovery process and legal complexity of the courtroom.  This area of law requires a very personalized approach, something that we take great care to cultivate.  It can be impossible for you to be objective at such an emotional time.  We guide you carefully with clarity to your options and what you should expect.  

Aspects of the divorce or dissolution process include:

  • Alimony
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Spousal Support
  • Property and Asset Division

In all aspects, we will work to find the best solution for you and your family.  There are two avenues available for reaching an agreement:  Mediation and Litigation.


​Mediation can be an excellent way to avoid excessive costs, time and emotional stress.  If children are involved and the two parties will have a continuing relationship, the opportunity to sit down with legal counsel and work towards a solution can be a very positive choice.  Working together to resolve the challenge of dissolution can also help to build skills to resolve future conflicts.  Mediation can also be done on your own time instead of being at the mercy of a court schedule.  


If an amicable solution can't be worked out through mediation or one party feels they are being treated unfairly, litigation can be the only solution.  During this process, strong and objective representation is critical.  We can help you to understand what to expect.  We know the importance of your family and your future.  

For help with your divorce or Family Law matters, call The Norton Firm today at 334.699.2020.