Clenney & Palmer,LLC

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Help with divorce law, divorce procedure and separation in montgomery alabama.

BANKRUPTCY and DIVORCE attorneys  
debt relief agency

alabama divorce law, divorce procedure and seperation services. 

we are alabama child support attorney lawyers. we know alabama child support.

clenney palmer are experenced alabama child support lawyers.

When Child Support problems arise, you want a knowledgeable and experienced attorney by your side.

You need a dedicated advocate to protect your rights.
The last thing you want is to appear before a judge without representation by a Clenney & Palmer Child Support Lawyer. 


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    Telephone : (334) 262-0400                      Address: 1738 Taliaferro Trail                                
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ALABAMA LAW REQUIRES THE FOLLOWING : We are a debt relief agency and attorney at law who help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. 
No representation is made that the quality of legal service to be preformed is greater than the quality of legal service preformed by other lawyers. 

Facing Contempt of Court for not paying support ?

We Can Help With That !

Just Call Us 334-262-0400

We Can Help With That !

​Just Call Us 334-262-0400

We Can Help With That !

​Just Call Us 334-262-0400

If you are married with children and going though a divorce then Alabama's Child Support laws are going to effect you and your spouse. If you are not married to your child's mother / father Alabama Child Support laws will effect you also.  Both parents whether married or not have a legal duty to provide financial support for the children of the relationship. Alabama has laws that determine the Child Support obligations and insure the child(ren) are getting proper finaincial support from the parents.


Alabama's child support laws, forms, credits and calculations can be complicated.  It is in your best interest to contact the Family Lawyers at CLENNEY & PALMER to help you get through the Alabama Child Support laws and support calculations. If you are the parent who will receive the child support payments, you surely don't want to receive less support that you are entitled to. On the other hand if you are the parent who will have to pay child support, you surley don't want to over pay on the child support. 


There are other child support obligations that may effect you besides the basic support payments. Issues like which parent pays Health, Dental and Vision Insurance , school and college tuition / fees, daycare, extracurricular activities

( sports, field trips, etc) also have to be taken into account with child support. 


Don't take  Alabama Child Support issues lightly. If your child is an infant, you could have a legal obligation to pay child support until that child is 19 year of age or 23 years of age if attending college. 


The Family Law Attorneys at CLENNEY & PALMER are very experienced  with Alabama's child support laws and can get you the best result possible. 


CALL 334-262-0400 TODAY FOR A FREE CONSULTATION with one of our child support lawyers.

                                         ​CHILD SUPPORT IN ALABAMA


The Family Law Lawyers at Clenney & Palmer can help you with :

* Establishing child support payments / calculating support per Alabama guidelines

*Amending / Modifing / Terminating current child support agreements / orders

* Enforcing child support agreements / orders

* Having support payer held in contempt of court, if failing to pay the cout ordered amount

* Imputing a certain income amount on a parent ( if not currently employed ) 

​* Deviating from the Child Support Guidelines.