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Effectively Resolving the Family Law Matters of Our Clients

Here at PMTK, we place a strong importance on family. Our family-centered approach allows us to build lasting relationships with our clients and guide them toward effectively resolving their legal issues. Whether handling a divorce or dealing with child custody/support matters, it is important to seek legal counsel from a Gulfport family law attorney as soon as possible. We understand the difficulties that come with handling these types of issues and are determined to bring peace back into your home in no time.

Our qualified lawyers can assist you with your family law needs involving:

  • Divorce: When two people decide to end their marriage, there are a lot of things that go into the process. Depending on the length of the marriage, number of children involved and other aspects, this can strongly impact the complexity of the divorce. Our legal team of representatives can help you address the different grounds for divorce and assist you with resolving any conflict in the matter.
  • International Divorce: Handling a divorce is already difficult, let alone divorcing someone from another country. Children make the situation even more complex. By having exceptional legal counsel from a family lawyer, you can make sure your international divorce is properly handled.
  • Child Custody: Mississippi has two different types of custody. Physical custody revolves around where the child lives while legal custody is the decision-making power over the child. The court uses the Albright Test to determine whether sole or joint custody should be awarded to parents.
  • Child Support: Child support is the amount of money that one parent must pay the other (the main caretaker of the child). There are multiple factors that go into calculating child support including the income of parents, earning potential and so forth. Our firm can help you understand the percentages involved with child support so both parents do not have to pay or get less than they deserve.
  • Alimony: Alimony is the amount of money one spouse is court-ordered to pay another. There are three types of alimony in Mississippi including periodic, lump sum, and rehabilitative alimony.
  • Modifying Custody/Support: Over time, conditions change; children's needs vary, they get older, people lose their jobs, and people get remarried. If your conditions have altered in your divorce/separation, our Gulfport law firm can assess your situation and help you through the process of modifying the child support or custody involved. Alimony can also be subject to modification.
  • Divorce of Military Personnel: The procedure that goes behind divorcing military personnel can be rather complicated. From military pension, to spousal support to health insurance, it is important to understand your rights in the matter and make sure that you get what you are entitled to.

Are you dealing with complex family law matters in Harrison County, MS?

No matter how simple or complex your family law matters may be, having exceptional family law attorneys on your side can make all the difference. With more than 130 years of collective experience, the lawyers at our firm have handled countless family law issues and are determined to provide you with the resources and knowledge you need to effectively handle your case. With a comprehensive knowledge in the law and a firm understanding of the importance of family, PMTK can help. Do not hesitate to contact a Harrison County family lawyer to discuss your delicate case with experienced counsel.

Perry, Murr, Teel & Koenenn - Gulfport Probate Attorney
Located at 625 16th St, Gulfport, MS 39507
Phone: (228) 896-0020

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