Chattanooga Contested Divorce Attorney
Despite the reason why you are seeking legal help regarding your divorce, the most important issue now is finding a knowledgeable and skilled lawyer who can help you through the divorce process. Our Chattanooga divorce lawyers at Conner & Roberts, PLLC, have spent several years helping men and women throughout the Tennessee Valley resolve their contested divorces.
At Conner & Roberts, PLLC, we offer affordable rates for contested divorces. Ask us about our free initial consultations and flexible payment options. Contact us today.
Helping You Effectively and Affordably Navigate the Tennessee Divorce Process
We understand that making the decision to divorce your spouse may be one of the most difficult choices you may make in your life, but it does not have to be one of the most legally challenging choices, with the help of Chattanooga contested divorce lawyers Amelia Roberts and Lisa Conner. Together, our lawyers offer nearly 25 years of combined legal experience to effectively assist individuals facing complicated issues, like divorce.
Our firm handles contested and uncontested divorces. Tennessee is considered a no-fault divorce state, meaning you may divorce your spouse based upon “irreconcilable differences,” which is considered an uncontested divorce. A contested divorce requires proof of grounds for divorce. You may enter into a contested divorce based on the grounds of impotency, bigamy, adultery, desertion, conviction of a felony, imprisonment, conviction of an infamous crime, physical cruelty, addiction to drugs or alcohol, inappropriate marital conduct or abandonment.
Regardless of if you are facing a no-fault divorce or a divorce based on specific grounds, Conner & Roberts, PLLC, strives to ensure that your best interests are protected. During your one-on-one consultation at our law firm, we will work with you to address the different matters involved in your divorce such as:
- Identifying marital assets
- Division of property and debts
- Determining spousal support/alimony
- Determining child support
- Determining child custody and visitation
While we have come to find that when both parties involved in a divorce are able to work collectively and come to a mutual divorce settlement agreement regarding all matters during mediation or negotiation, our clients often achieve satisfying results. Our attorneys recognize, however, that all divorces cannot be resolved through amicable negotiation. When litigation is the best option, we will aggressively fight for rights so that you may achieve a fair outcome in your case.
Disputing Custody or Other Divorce Issue? Contact Us Today.
We invite you to contact Conner & Roberts, PLLC, today at 423-266-2144 to schedule a free consultation regarding your challenging divorce or other family law matters. We represent individuals, families and businesses in the Tennessee Valley and throughout eastern and middle Tennessee. Our law office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., and evenings and weekends by appointment. Ask us about our flexible payment plans and other options.