Offering Options When Resolving Family Law Issues

The end of a marriage is an emotionally charged time where important decisions must be made. Curtis M. Garner, the founder of Garner Law Firm, LLC, is both compassionate and committed to smooth a sometimes bumpy process for his clients and anyone impacted by the end of your marriage.

He will spend the time necessary with you. First to calm you down. Second, to identify the specific issues that require resolution. Our founder explains the process and likely outcomes. Simply stated, we tell you what you need to hear, not what you want to hear.

At Your Side During Difficult Times

Specific areas of our family law practice include:

  • Divorce
  • Paternity
  • Child support
  • Adoptions
  • Guardianships
  • Simple wills
  • Powers of attorneys
  • Medical directive

Plans are tailored to your objectives. Curtis Garner strongly believes in mediation and arbitration to resolve divorce issues, especially when children are involved. However, he also recognizes that his preferences are only as workable as the opposing attorney's willingness to negotiate, not litigate.

Curtis M. Garner believes that all decisions impacting children of divorce should be made in their best interests. Child support agreements should be equitable for both parents and meet the needs of sons and daughters. Our founder's tenure as a prosecutor for enforcement of child support has provided him comprehensive knowledge of the system and ever-changing rules. He also has insight into the civil and criminal implications that face those who fail to pay.

Contact A Committed And Compassionate Lawyer At Garner Law Firm, LLC

For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation at our law office in Springfield, Missouri, call 417-865-LAWS (5297) or fill out our online intake form. All communications are responded to within 24 hours.

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