Dividing Your Family Unit

Though you tried to keep your family unit intact, sometimes a relationship gets to the point where differences cannot be reconciled. Deciding to divorce your spouse often comes with a variety of doubts and questions related to child custody, financial support and the division of your property.

In cases of military divorce, questions and concerns are often amplified, considering the roles of military benefits and retirement plans.

James M. Burns & Associates, Attorneys at Law, is no stranger to escalated civilian and military divorces. After more than 20 years serving family law clients' legal needs, we can help you to finalize the end of your marriage. Whether you recently decided to file for divorce or fear the task of handling the process alone, our divorce lawyers will help you through this difficult time and help you to understand your rights.

Because Good People Deserve To Move Forward In Life

If you are battling with your spouse, struggling to understand how to support your children after your divorce is final or are unwilling to agree to your spouse's property division demands, our divorce and family lawyers can help.

Our firm defends your rights while protecting the best interests of your children. We are uniquely well-equipped to handle your divorce objectives, which may include:

  • Child custody
  • Child support
  • Division of marital assets and property
  • Spousal support
  • Enforcement of prenuptial agreements

Our attorneys are experienced in guiding clients through the mediation process and litigating cases in family courts. These proven skills will benefit you during a contested and uncontested divorce.

Contact James M. Burns & Associates, Attorneys At Law For An Initial Consultation

Our divorce attorneys educate you about your options, to help you make sound decisions and empower you to claim what is yours.

Call 251-272-3212 to schedule an initial consultation at our firm's Foley office. Or you can email us to discuss your family's legal matters.