FAMILY LAW OVERVIEW Contact: James R. Gillis, Esq. Office: 205.250.7250 FAX: 205.250.0199 EMAIL: email@example.com
James R. Gillis wants to see families stay together. He always encourages spouses to reconcile before permanently ending their marriage, but he realizes that this is not always possible. When divorce is the best option for you and your family, he is here to help. Mr. Gillis is skilled at handling all issues that are part of marriage dissolution, including child custody and support, primary and secondary custodial periods, property division, spousal support/alimony, post-divorce modifications and contempt proceedings. Jim has extensive experience with both contested divorces and uncontested divorces. He will not only help you solve your immediate problems, but will also work to ensure that your needs are taken care of for years to come.
In the wake of a divorce or separation, typically the most difficult challenge is how to work out co-parenting issues. Mr. Gillis understands the impact custody and child support issues can have on a family. He has the skill and experience to help you achieve a happy and stable future for yourself and your children. For Mr. Gillis, the needs of the children always come first. Custody and support cases can be complex, but there are certain questions that must always be addressed, including but not limited to: ●where will my child live? ● Who will pay for my child's medical needs? ● Who will pick up my child after school? ● What will be the primary and secondary custodial arrangements? Mr. Gillis can help you answer these questions. He can also help you with custodial arrangements as well as any custody modifications or support modifications that may need to be made when circumstances require a change. You can rely on the skill and experience of Mr. Gillis to help you reach long-term solutions that put the needs of your children first. Additionally, when it comes to helping you reach a workable divorce agreement, there are alternatives such as mediation and collaborative law which enable you and your spouse to reach your own agreement regarding custody as part of your divorce settlement. These alternatives are often less costly and time-consuming than traditional litigation. Whichever path you choose, you can rely on Mr. Gillis to work toward your goals with sensitivity and understanding.