Contested Divorce Lawyer

Contested Divorce in Alabama

Divorce Attorney Huntsville, AL | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C.

Contested divorces can be complicated and take an extended amount of time to complete. In a contested divorce case, the opposing sides generally disagree on a multitude of things, and tensions often run high. Disagreements can range anywhere from the manner in which real and personal property should be divided, the division of debts and retirement accounts, payment of alimony, and (unfortunately) issues relating to child custody.

Are you or a loved one facing divorce? Contact a divorce lawyer from our firm to schedule a consultation. During your initial consultation - an attorney will meet with you to answer any questions and develop a strategic plan that protects your rights and best interests throughout the divorce process.

Why Work with Our Divorce Lawyers?

Our local divorce lawyers have decades of combined legal experience handling cases related to divorce & family law - including child custody modifications, child support modifications, dependency actions, and more. We proudly serve the legal needs of community members in Huntsville, Athens, Decatur, Madison, and surrounding areas in North Alabama. Call our office today at (256) 539-4464 or complete an online case evaluation form to schedule your consultation with an experienced divorce & family law attorney.

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Our high standard of ethics has not gone unnoticed, we are the proud recipients of many awards - including a Martindale-Hubbell AV-Preeminent Rating, an Avvo 10.0 Superb Rating, an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau of North Alabama, among others. Learn more by visiting our firm overview page.

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