Memphis Divorce Lawyer
People who are considering divorce need a strong advocate who will tell them honestly what they can expect. At the Law Office of Jeffrey Jones, we meet personally with clients, giving them a good idea of their rights and realistic expectations of how they can best achieve their goals.
Attorney Jeffrey Jones is honest and considerate with clients and a hard-nosed negotiator when dealing with their opponents. He is well-known for his trial successes in courts throughout Memphis, Bartlett, Shelby County, Fayette County, and Tipton County. Contact us for a free initial consultation with Mr. Jones.
We have a flexible approach to divorce law, tailoring our services to the need of our clients. One fundamental principle is cost-effectiveness. When people often come to our lawyer frustrated and confused, our goal is to help them focus on devising an informed strategy. We utilize paralegals to minimize costs and expenses.
Our Memphis divorce lawyer can assist you with many aspects of divorce in Tennessee, including:
- Permanent parenting plan
- Child custody and shared parenting (a.k.a. visitation) agreements
- Child support, including modification and enforcement
- Complex property division, which includes the equitable distribution of marital property (that which is acquired during marriage)
- Alimony / spousal maintenance, including rehabilitative alimony
"Rehabilitative" or "transitional" alimony is a good example of the options open to people getting a divorce in Tennessee. On behalf of displaced homemakers, we can set up a transitional spousal maintenance plan that includes money for education and transition into the workforce.
The Law Office of Jeffrey Jones maintains a family law practice for the people of Memphis and Tennessee. Along with our divorce practice, our lawyer also helps people with stepparent adoptions and prenuptial agreements, (a.k.a. premarital agreements or antenuptial agreements).
To speak with an attorney who can help you make the right decisions in a divorce, call 901-386-1207 or email us through our contact page.
For more general information about divorce law, see our Divorce Information Center.