Decisions Made During Divorce Have Long-Term Consequences

The Right Legal Representation Is Essential

When a marriage ends, a number of decisions are made that impact the parties involved for many years. Some decisions can be modified if future circumstances warrant, but others, such as property division, are not likely to be amended once approved by the court. It is critical to enlist the services of a knowledgeable family law attorney who will protect your interests from start to finish.

At The Mims Firm, P.C., in Mobile, we provide comprehensive legal counsel to individuals who face divorce. As with most legal disputes, every divorce comes with its own set of unique circumstances. It is important to work with a lawyer who will invest the time necessary to understand your situation, learn about your key objectives and help set realistic expectations. Our legal strategies are tailored to suit each client's needs.

Issues such as custody and child support are encountered by unmarried couples as well. We welcome the opportunity to represent you no matter your situation.

Protecting Your Parental Rights And Putting You On Solid Financial Ground

Decisions regarding custody of minor children and parenting schedules are among the most challenging to resolve. We work to reach agreement with your child's other parent outside of court whenever possible. By reaching terms on custody and other divorce issues through negotiation, our clients typically retain more control over the outcome. Usually, it is also more affordable than litigating.

If agreements cannot be reached on custody, visitation, property division or other matters through negotiation or mediation, the court will decide these issues based on several factors. Although we focus on reaching a fair agreement amicably, sometimes it cannot be accomplished. We are trial-tested lawyers who are always prepared to advocate on your behalf in court when necessary.

Solutions Start With A Consultation

We invite you to call us or use our online contact form to schedule a meeting. We will review the circumstances of your situation, answer your questions and recommend an effective course of action. We work with residents throughout Mobile County and surrounding counties in southwest Alabama on the full spectrum of family law matters.