Family law

HELP IN THE MOST DIFFICULT OF TIMES

Having marital problems? At Batts, Batts & Bell, LLP, we know that the decision to end a marriage can be extremely difficult and stressful so our attorneys take the time to listen to your concerns and use our knowledge and experience to guide you through this most difficult of situations. Our attorneys will assist you in understanding your legal rights and obligations and help you explore your options with regard to all aspects of the termination of your marriage.

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Give us a call today to schedule a consultation. Let our experienced attorneys assist you with the family law issues you may be facing, including, but not limited to:

  • Divorce

    • Alimony and Post Separation Support
    • Property Distribution
    • Resumption of Former Name
    • Separation Agreements
    • Premarital Agreements
  • Child Custody

    • Initial complaint establishing custody
    • Motion to modify existing custody order
    • Filing of show cause order for violation of existing order
    • Defense of show cause order alleging violation of existing order
  • Child Support

    • Initial complaint establishing support
    • Motion to modify existing support order
    • Filing of show cause order for violation of existing order
    • Defense of show cause order alleging violation of existing order
  • Domestic Violence

    • Establishment of protective order
    • Defense of disputed protective order
    • Motion for return of firearms seized pursuant to protective order
    • Motion to terminate or extend length of protective order

Professionals

Joseph L. Bell, Jr.

Michael R. Smith, Jr.

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