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Divorce Lawyer in Birmingham, Alabama

Couples planning to divorce need guidance from a trained and experienced professionals that understand Alabama law and can guide them in the best course of action- be it settlement, mediation, and/or trial. At Blomenkamp Law Firm in Birmingham, AL, we have the experience to advise divorce clients each step of the way.

The Role of a Divorce Lawyer during Divorce Proceedings

A good divorce lawyer in Birmingham, AL gathers information about the parties and their children and applies Alabama law to advise their clients about what can OR cannot be done, and the likely outcome at trial. At Blomenkamp Law Firm, we strive to keep our clients educated and informed about all of their options. Our experience allows us to aggressively pursue every legal remedy available if our clients cannot find satisfactory resolutions to the issues without going before a judge.

Benefits of Retaining Our Services during a Divorce

Blomenkamp Law Firm in Birmingham, AL is experienced in divorce proceedings in several Alabama Counties. We gather all possible information to evaluate each and every case in terms of a likely trial outcome so that we can guide our clients through any possible settlement, mediation, and/or trial.

Blomenkamp Divorce Lawyers are Practiced Professionals in the Field

Blomenkamp Law Firm has experience in divorce proceedings, and have ensured that our clients maintain access to their children; get the highest amount of alimony and/or child support possible; get any assets they are entitled to;  and relieve them of any debts that should not be obligated for.

For those that are getting divorced, having good representation in the courts is very important. Blomenkamp Law provides clients with the most effective court proceedings possible to make their divorce go smoothly and get them the desired results.

Uncontested Divorce in Birmingham Alabama

Often the first question for those seeking a divorce is what is the difference between an uncontested and contested divorce?

An uncontested divorce is one in which each spouse AGREES entirely on the terms (i.e. assets, debts and/or child custody, visitation, etc…) of the divorce and is willing to sign all of the necessary documentation to complete the divorce without service or additional delay. Although the parties do not have to be in the same room at the same time, for the divorce to be uncontested both parties must be willing to sign the necessary documentation once presented by the attorney. Blomenkamp Law Firm will work with clients to negotiate uncontested divorces if possible to save our clients anxiety, time, and money.

Contested Divorce in Birmingham Alabama

Divorce is never a pleasant event but when there are unresolved issues, divorce can be emotionally, physically, and financially draining. A contested divorce is the dissolution of marriage where there are unresolved issues. Unresolved issues most often include Child Custody/Visitation, Child Support, Asset/Debt Division and Spousal Support.

If these issues cannot be resolved by an agreement between you and your spouse, your case will eventually be decided by a judge. Depending on the County your divorce is filed, it may be many months or even years before a judge will be able to decide your case.

Fortunately, there are ways that disputed issues can be resolved prior to trial. Informal meetings between you and your spouse with your respective attorneys, or more formal “mediations” where the parties, their attorneys and an attorney trained to settle disputes often aid in settling issues before trial. At Blomenkamp Law Firm, we are committed to helping our clients save money, time and anxiety by resolving disputes without a trial. When the disputes at issue are resolved without a trial, you and your spouse remain in control of your situation rather turning your case over to a judge to decide.

Sometimes a case simply cannot be settled without a trial. In those situations, Blomenkamp Law Firm has the experience and commitment to bring your case to the judge. Each contested divorce handled by the firm is prepared with idea that the case will be decided by a judge. Facts favorable to your case are gathered from the beginning. Often such facts provide us with a stronger negotiating position to resolve disputes in your favor.

Bottom Line

Contact our office today to schedule an appointment with Ms. Blomenkamp about your child custody issues. The initial consultation is free and we can be reached at 205-516-6041 or by email at irene@bkamlaw.com or bkamplaw@gmail.com Call us now to schedule an appointment.