Unlike some lawyers and law firms who dabble in divorce and family law, at the Law Offices of Sandra Jones, the main focus is on the practice of family law. If you retain her to represent you, you can trust that she has the experience handling cases like yours. Because our focus is family law, she and her staff are thoroughly knowledgeable about Tennessee divorce and family law procedures. She knows how to handle divorces and other family law disputes-and we do so carefully and efficiently.
Providing Answers to Your Questions about Divorce
If you are thinking about divorce, you probably have many questions and concerns such as:
You want and need answers to your questions. Family law attorney Sandra Jones can answer your questions and provide sound legal advice. She has been practicing family law in Tennessee since 1981 and has 29 years of experience and knowledge to provide you with effective and comprehensive representation in any family law matter. She understands that clients need more from a family law attorney than just professional and experienced legal advice. They also need an attorney who is compassionate and available to them. Clients of Sandra Jones know that they can speak with her whenever needed. They know they will receive the time and attention they deserve.
Divorce ● Child Custody ● Alimony ● Child Support ● Adoptions ● Paternity
When people talk about family law, they are often talking about divorce. Ms. Jones will help you through the legal process required to end your marriage. In addition, she offers assistance with a variety of other family-related legal concerns, including:
All of these legal concerns can be contentious and difficult, placing great stress on parents and children alike. One of Attorney Jones' goals is to successfully complete the legal process without unnecessary trauma and anxiety, especially for your children.
Contact the Law Offices of Sandra Jones to arrange for a FREE initial consultation and evaluation of your case.
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