Dothan Alabama Property Division Attorneys and Houston County Alimony Lawyers
Divorce Attorneys in Dothan serving Henry County, Houston County and all South Alabama
Dothan Family Law Attorney Mark Johnson of the Parkman & White Law Firm can use his many years of legal experience to respond to all of your concerns regarding your divorce inAlabama. He will also treat your case with the understanding necessary to reach the best divorce resolution possible. He will be compassionate when needed and equally aggressive when necessary.
From your initial free consultation, through negotiations with other attorneys, and—if necessary—at court appearances, Family Law Attorney Mark Johnson will defend your rights, protect your assets, and ensure that your personal and financial future is secure. Also, if you have children, he will make sure that their long-term needs are prioritized. Wherever you are in southeasternAlabama—Troy, Abbeville, Eufaula—call Mr. Johnson for a free consultation: 334-792-1900. This phone call implies absolutely no obligation on your part but even a short conversation with a skilled attorney can help you through your divorce.
Questions about divorce, alimony, and property division in Alabama?
Whether you will be making or receiving alimony payments, Mr. Johnson can negotiate for fair arrangement while he protects your rights. The divorce process is complex especially if you have only limited experience with this area of the law. Because of the complexities—especially the financial details—a skilled and experienced attorney can make your life much easier.
You may be experiencing anxiety and emotional stress that often accompany divorce. This may be especially true if issues related to child custody are involved. Call 334-792-1900 to discuss these concerns with your attorney. Mr. Johnson has been helping clients through difficult times on a nearly daily basis for many years. He can help you.
Some of your questions that Dothan Family Law Attorney Mark Johnson can answer include the following:
- I own a business with my spouse. How will that be divided during a divorce?
- We own a home. How will that property be divided in the divorce?
- What will happen to our joint retirement account in a divorce?
- I want to protect money I had before we were married: what can I do?
- How will the amount of alimony be determined?
- Who will get the car after the divorce?
- We have credit card debt: who will be responsible for the debt after divorce?
These questions—and many more—can be addressed by your Dothan divorce attorney. Speak with Mr. Johnson at 334-792-1900.