Fayetteville, Arkansas Lawyer Provides Reliable Legal Representation For More Than 25 Years
Don't leave your family law matters to chance The emotional and financial fallout from a divorce can be devastating. Mary E. Green, P.A. can guide you through the often complicated legal system to insure you and your family understand your rights. They assess your case and develop a strategy to reach an agreeable settlement. With years of experience in family law and related matters, the firm can help you find your confidence and start rebuilding your life. Mary Green has been practicing law since 1986 and has earned a BV Distinguished Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell listing for her professionalism and ethics. Some of her areas of practice include: Family law Adoption law Divorce Custody Child support Visitation rights Probate Civil practice Wills Estate planning Living trusts Powers of attorney Bankruptcy protection may be available to you in Arkansas You may be eligible for bankruptcy protection depending on your financial situation. Before things slide further out of control, Mary E. Green, P.A. can step in and start the legal process of bankruptcy if necessary. The stress of your situation can be alleviated with this procedure, and Mary E. Green has the background and experience to help you every step of the way. Your financial future begins now. Contact Fayetteville lawyer Mary E. Green, P.A. now to secure your family's legal future With fixed hourly rates and fees, they can find an affordable option for you to get started immediately. Call Mary E. Green, P.A. at 479-521-1414 or contact her online to schedule your consultation
125 East Township Street, Suite 6
Fayetteville AR 72703-2817
Mary E. Green, P.A. practices family law, which involves the legal aspects of the relationships between husbands and wives, as well as other family relationships, including domestic partnerships. The interrelationship and complexity of family life and its legal aspects brings to bear other areas of law such as constitutional law, contract law, and property law, within the practice of family law. Mary E. Green, P.A. represents clients in a variety of family law issues, including divorce, separation, and annulment; child custody; child and spousal support; visitation and issues relating to parenting time; paternity; and marital property rights. When most people think of family law, the first thing that comes to mind is divorce. However, individuals with sizable incomes or assets may require a wide range of family law services, including pre- and post-nuptial agreements. We also offer services relating to adoption, custody and support issues relating to parental relocations. When appropriate and with the goal of reducing the stress associated with family law matters, the attorneys at Mary E. Green, P.A. will seek to resolve issues through mediation, in order to facilitate a successful outcome reached through consensus and resolution. However, recognizing that negotiations can stall, thereby making mediation no longer an option, Mary E. Green, P.A.'s experienced litigators offer zealous, respectful advocacy on behalf of the client for an optimal settlement or trial outcome, if necessary. If you have questions about a divorce matter, including child custody or support obligations, or with any other issue arising from a family relationship, please contact Mary E. Green, P.A. at (479) 521-1414 for a consultation with one of our experienced family law attorneys.
Family Law(60%); Adoptions(5%); Probate(30%); Civil Practice(5%)
Admitted: 1986, Arkansas and U.S. District Court, Western and Eastern Districts of Arkansas
Law School: University of Arkansas, J.D.
Member: Washington County and Arkansas Bar Associations.
Biography: Phi Alpha Delta. Member, Arkansas Volunteer Lawyers for the Elderly, 1986.
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