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We're a general legal practice offering legal services on a range of monetary and civil and criminal defense law related cases in Daleville, AL, Enterprise, Ozark , Troy, Geneva, Andalusia and Dothan (the entire Wiregrass)

If you have any kind of a financial, bankruptcy or civil and criminal defense dispute, our bankruptcy lawyer can help you out.

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Family disputes

Family can be great -- at times. At other times, families have problems.
If you have a family member you're currently fighting with, and the matter has escalated to legal heights, don't try to go it alone.
We can help you solve your dispute...and keep your family in tact, if that's what you want.We are experienced in Military Divorces. Don't risk your retirement benefits without seeking legal counsel who is experienced in Military matters! Come and see us in Daleville for lawyers service you can count on.


Marriages are like partnerships. Sometimes things are great. Other times, things are difficult.
Things may reach a point where you are seeking a divorce, or, maybe just a separation. Or, maybe you need to put things on the table in a legal way.
Whatever your divorce dispute might be, we can help you out. We provide affordable fees for divorce cases, with prices starting at $250 plus filing fees.
Call us today to hear about our legal services in divorce, child custody, child support and other marital problems.

Military divorce

If you are a military spouse contemplating a divorce, there are several issues that must be considered. Survivor Benefit Protection insures that the former spouse continues to get a portion of the military retirement in the event that the service member passes away prior to the spouse. Without this protection, the military retirement payment to the spouse stops upon the service member's death. 

The serviceman's life insurance (SGLI) stops upon retirement unless the service member elects to convert it to veteran's group life insurance. The spouse should make sure that the divorce addresses this issue requiring the service member to convert the life insurance and make the spouse an irrevocable beneficiary. This life insurance can make a world of difference to the spouse, especially if there are minor children still at home or in the event the spouse is unable to work for any reason.
As a military spouse, if your months of marriage overlapping the service member's months of military service does not equal 240(20 years), you will lose your Tricare insurance and other military privileges and entitlements. If you are close to the 20 year point, you may want to consider extending your marriage until you reach that point in time to save those benefits. 

A twenty year marriage is not enough to meet the 20/20 rule. That 20 years must overlap the service member's military service. Reserve and National Guard time do not count at the same rate as active duty military service. Be sure to consult with an attorney to determine what you are entitled to before signing any agreement and before going to court in a contested divorce. 


Family issues and divorce cases aren't the only stressful legal issues.

Financial disputes can be extremely unpleasant and cause many problems with friends, family and even employers.

If you've run into such a situation, count on us. Call our bankruptcy lawyer in Dothan and surrounding areas today!

Family Law

  • Divorce/Military Divorce
  • Custody/Visitation
  • Modifications
  • Child Support
  • Paternity
  • Military Retirement
  • Alimony
  • Protection from Abuse
  • Adoptions

Bankruptcy Law

  • Chapter 7 and 13 cases
  • Foreclosures
  • Garnishments
  • Judgments
  • Repossessions
  • Collections/Harassment by creditors


  • Expungements
  • DUI
  • Felonies
  • Misdemeanors

Personal Injury

  • Wrongful death
  • Auto accident
  • Personal accident
  • Worker’s Compensation


  • Wills/Living Wills
  • Deeds
  • Power of Attorney
  • Estate
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