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Your Family Legal Needs
Trying to resolve child custody, spousal and child support, asset division and other family legal matters makes the already emotionally exhausting divorce process seem endless. It is essential to have an experienced, passionate and straightforward family law attorney by your side. A knowledgeable counselor who will protect your rights to what you treasure the most: your family.
Representing Individuals And Families In Pensacola And Surrounding Communities
The decisions you make today, will affect you, your children and your finances for the rest of your life. I am attorney JerriLynn Hadley. I am a Navy Veteran with more than 20 years of legal experience. I am highly knowledgeable and experienced in all areas of family law. This is important when you are ending a marriage. The sooner you get through with the divorce process, the sooner you can start your new life. I can help make it happen by explaining the process and your legal options. Then I will guide you through this difficult time and get the best possible results for your life.
I have helped many and can also help you with these and other legal matters:
- Marriage dissolution
- Collaborative divorce
- Child custody
- Child support
- Relocating children
- Child support modifications
- Spousal support/alimony
- High-asset divorce
- Military divorce
- Property division
- Estate planning
- Domestic violence – victim representation
- Domestic Violence Injunction (DVI)
- Domestic violence – false accusation representation
- Civil litigation matters and civil litigation defense
Collaborative Law, a More Holistic Approach to Divorce
Collaborative law takes a more family-friendly approach to dissolving a marriage. It is a progressive approach to dissolution that is catching on in our community. As a collaborative law attorney, I can help guide the process toward cooperative resolution that is good for everyone involved. This can help save you both time and money and keeps your life out of the courtroom. As we work together to end your marriage, you learn ways of eliminating the drama while getting the results you and your children need to move forward.
The collaborative approach is not for every family. But if you would like to part amicably so you can share your children’s lives it might be a good fit. Ask me about the process and we can decide together if it could work for you.
If there is violence physical and or emotional abuse or substance abuse involved, then this is not a process to consider.
Changing Families, Changing Estate Planning
After a divorce, it may make sense to revise your estate plan and name new desired beneficiaries. This is especially important if you own valuable assets. Do not leave what you’ve worked so hard for to chance. I can help guide you and document a plan that can be revised at any time.