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At the law firm of Rochelle, McCulloch & Aulds, PLLC, we understand that while a divorce may be a part of life in this day and age, a divorce may be the toughest experience of your life.
Debra Dishmon is a skilled attorney with the compassion and experience to guide you through this trying time.
As a skilled negotiator, Debra will always seek creative solutions to reach a fair and equitable resolution while also providing the experience and knowledge to protect your interests in high-conflict proceedings. Whether representing the small business owner or the spouse of the majority corporate shareholder, Debra and the legal team at Rochelle, McCulloch & Aulds, PLLC, combine the experienced family law attorney with the leaders in business transactions to readily address the legal and financial conflicts one may encounter.
Our practice covers divorce, alimony and division of assets as well as child custody, visitation and child support. Our family practice lawyers serve clients in Wilson, Smith, Jackson, Macon, Trousdale, Sumner and Rutherford Counties, check that. Let us provide the advice to allow you to make an informed decision in each and every step of this most difficult process. Whether it is the skilled negotiator needed to obtain a Marital Dissolution Agreement and/or Permanent Parenting Plan for an amicable settlement in the matter or the aggressive courtroom advocate needed for highly-contested litigation, our firm provides the knowledge and experience to meet the varying needs of each and every matter. For more information on how we can assist you, please contact Rochelle, McCulloch & Aulds, PLLC.
Adoption is one of the most important events in the life of a family, birth parent, and child.
Jo Ann “Jody” Aulds is a skilled and experienced attorney who not only is an adoptive mother of two, but also has been assisting with adoptions since 1982.
Our firm is dedicated to building families through all types of adoptions including private, independent, agency, state, foreign, step-parent, relative, adult, and adoptions where either the birth parent or the adoptive parents live out-of-state, requiring the assistance of the ICPC (Interstate Compact for the Placement of Children). Advice to prospective adoptive parents includes, but is not limited to, information regarding the surrender process, expenses that can legally be paid to or for the benefit of birth parents, tax credits for adoption expenses, home study requirements, the meaning of open adoptions, medical and social background information on the child, and references for counseling for birth parents.
No matter what the circumstances may be, the adoption must be centered upon the child’s best interests. It is of utmost importance that the adoption is finalized in a confidential and professional manner without fear of disruption. If you reside in Middle Tennessee, whether it is in Wilson, Smith, Jackson, Macon, Trousdale, Sumner, Rutherford, or Williamson Counties, please contact Rochelle, McCulloch & Aulds, PLLC to discuss the most important step for the future of you and your family.
Whether it is an issue in divorce; a paternity action; or a change in a current parenting plan, Julie M. Robinson’s experience in child custody matters can guide you through this most difficult process. In the event parents can agree on the primary residential parent, we can assist you in customizing a parenting schedule that meets the needs of both the parents and the children. In cases where parents cannot agree, we can provide the zealous representation needed in highly contested proceedings.
Whether you are seeking primary residential parental responsibility; looking to relocate with minor children; seeking to gain custody of a teenager who wishes to reside with you; or needing to address contempt issues related to visitation, support or other matters, we can help and learn more. Whether in Wilson, Smith, Trousdale, Jackson, Macon, Sumner, Rutherford or other Middle Tennessee counties, please contact Rochelle, McCulloch & Aulds, PLLC for the skill and experience you need when the best interests of your children are at stake.
Child Support Defense
The attorneys at Rochelle, McCulloch & Aulds, PLLC (RMA) know the tactics employed by the prosecution and understands how to counter them. Clients benefit from the insight and experience that can only come from having worked on the other side of the judicial system. The attorneys at RMA understand the importance of a well-prepared and aggressive defense.
The attorneys at RMA also understand that with today’s economy, people have lost jobs and are struggling to pay their child support. They can help file the proper documents with the Court to get a client’s child support reduced. For more information, please contact Rochelle, McCulloch & Aulds, PLLC.
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Resolving differences at mediation allows the parties to have control over the outcome rather than placing the decision in the hands of the court. A mediated settlement prevents parties from incurring the time and expense of trial and allows issues to be resolved without creating greater animosity in a courtroom. Most importantly, having the parties decide the outcome leaves the decisions to be made by those who know more about the situation than any other person.
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