WADSWORTH LAW OFFICE, LLC., is Montgomery's trusted Family Law Firm. Call us now at (334) 819-7111!
Wadsworth Law Office, LLC., handles all types of family law matters including:
Adoption: One of our favorite areas of law! Provided that the Judge approves, this action allows you to assume the rights of a natural parent over the adopted child. For those who wish to adopt, Wadsworth Law Office, LLC has helped those families to grow in the courtroom, rather than to grow in the delivery room. Let us take care of the paperwork; you supply the love.
Last Will and Testament: These documents allow you to appoint an executor following your death to ensure your decisions are carried out for a number of matters, including distribution of the property and assets you leave behind. A Last Will also protects your family from paying a number of expenses in connection with the administration of an estate. Wadsworth Law Office, LLC can draft your simple Last Will at an affordable fee.
Living Wills, sometimes called Advanced Care Directives, or Healthcare Proxies: These are instructions that grant power to an agent, normally a family member, who can make healthcare decisions in the event the patient cannot do so. Wadsworth Law Office, LLC can draft your advance healthcare directive at an affordable fee.
Powers of Attorney: We can do this for you. A POA is effective so long as the principal, the person granting the power, consents. Wadsworth Law Office LLC can draft your power of attorney for an affordable fee.
Uncontested Divorce: This means that the parties agree on all issues such as division of property, child custody and visitation, etc. In an uncontested divorce, you never even have to enter the courtroom. We simply sign the appropriate legal documents and then let us handle the filing with the court system. Wadsworth Law Office, LLC can prepare your uncontested divorce for as little as $199.00 plus court costs in some cases.
Contested Divorce: This means that the parties cannot resolve one or more of their differences. This is unfortunate because the decisions will be made. The only questions are by whom will the decisions be made, and at what expense. If the parties can resolve their differences, the decisions remain within their control. If they cannot resolve their differences, and they prefer that a judge makes these decisions for them, there is no guarantee the result will be any better. In these instances, an appearance in court will be necessary. We will look for opportunities to settle the matter amicably without a trial, however, if this is not possible, we are prepared to fight for you.
Child Custody: Normally, one parent will have physical custody while the other has visitation. Parents normally share legal custody, which means that both parents have a role in decision-making that affects the health, maintenance and welfare of the child. We will work with you to fashion a custody and visitation schedule that works for you.
Child Support: This is calculated by law, not necessarily considering the desires of the parties. Support calculations are the result of a schedule that considers the incomes of both parents, health care costs, and work-related child care expenses. Wadsworth Law Office, LLC will figure your child support obligation at no cost to you. Call us at (334) 819-7111 today to set up a free no obligation appointment.
Alimony: There are two forms of alimony in a divorce. One form is considered a property settlement. The other form addresses monetary support from one spouse to the other and is awarded at the sole discretion of the trial judge. Considerations for awarding alimony include, but are not limited to, the health, education and future prospects for employment of the parties, and the grounds for divorce. Call us for a consultation at (334) 819-7111.
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