Law Office of Kenneth J. Phillips
The most emotional areas of law usually have to do with the family. Unreasonable spouses, parents and other family members often fight over issues big and small.Some of the people and organizations that you may have to deal with include your spouse, your ex-spouse, your boyfriend or girlfriend, the other parent of your child, the Department of Children's Services, Child Protection Services, CASA, Juvenile Court, or the Child Support District Attorney. Legal battles with these people and organizations have the potential to make your life a living hell.
At a time like this, you need a lawyer who will fight for you and defend the things you hold most dear. We provide legal services in all matters related to the family, and we have many years of experience helping people just like you with all sorts of legal issues.
If you're looking for divorce attorney in Gallatin who is committed to looking out for your best interests, contact us today.We make sure our clients have the legal protection they need throughout the entire divorce process. We also help our clients with the legal matters that sometimes arise after divorce is final. In short, Ken is more than a divorce attorney ... he is a knowledgeable mentor for those clients who need him most.
- Child Custody
For child custody and child support matters, we take our job seriously.There are few lawyers who work as hard as Ken to make sure that child custody and child support arrangements align with the best interest of of the children involved (even when their parents have not been married). We also provide superior legal services throughout both private and stepparent adoptions.
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