Legal disputes involving children, including custody or visitation, can be emotionally challenging. The results of any case will have both immediate and long-term effects on the children and their relationships with both parties. At Crocker Carter Hall we understand the critical nature of these cases and work hard to protect the rights of our clients and the best interests of their children. We have extensive experience serving clients in Jackson and throughout Western Tennessee.
Custody disputes often require intensive investigations to gather and build evidence for your case. Our firm routinely works with experts, including child psychologists who can assess the best needs of your children and testify in your case.
Our firm handles a wide range of issues facing our clients, including custody, visitation and child support. In addition to helping clients ensure a fair child support arrangement, we can also defend them against unmanageable obligations.
Our Jackson area child custody and visitation attorneys handle cases involving:
Even after a decision is made in your case, you may need additional legal assistance. We represent clients seeking enforcement or modifications of original orders. Our lawyers are also prepared to aggressively fight for a reversal or enforcement of a decision through the appellate process. At every stage, you can trust that we will be dedicated to achieving your goals and securing the future of your family.
Please call 731-686-2400 to arrange an initial consultation or case evaluation.
At Crocker Carter Hall law firm in Milan, Tennessee, our attorneys handle child custody and parent visitation cases in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee, Gibson County, Tennessee, and throughout West Tennessee.
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