Family Law And Divorce Guidance That Addresses Your Issues

The idea of divorce or legal separation often comes with heavy emotional burdens and difficult decisions which will shape not only your future, but that of your children. If you are facing a future which may include divorce or legal separation, whether by your choice or by the choice of your spouse, contact us today about your options and allow our experienced team of family law attorneys to start working for you.

The attorneys at Cordts Law Firm, PLLC will work diligently to assist you through difficult decisions regarding alimony, temporary support, the division of your property, real estate, investments, custody, parenting schedules, child support and mediation to protect your best interests. Under the leadership of Bradley J. Cordts, a member of the United States Navy Judge Advocate General's Corps, our attorneys work with many military matters including military retirement and Thrift Savings Plan issues.

Additionally, our attorneys can also assist you with a wide variety of other family matters including, but not limited to, pre-nuptial agreements, adoptions, disestablishment & establishment of paternity, QDRO (qualified domestic relations order), dependency and neglect, contempt of court issues, as well as modifications of custody, parenting plans and child support.

Cordts Law Firm, PLLC's attorneys are licensed and can assist you with family and domestic matters in Tennessee, Mississippi, Florida and South Dakota.

Bradley J. Cordts is an approved Rule 31 Listed Mediator by the Tennessee Supreme Court Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission in the field of Family Mediation under Rule 31 of the Tennessee Supreme Court.

Skillful Team Approach And Family Law Guidance Customized To Your Unique Legal Needs

As your lawyer, Bradley J. Cordts applies decades of experience in practice areas that include:

  • Uncontested, contested and high-asset divorce
  • Child custody, parenting plans and visitation
  • Child support and spousal support
  • Simple and complex property division
  • Prenuptial, postnuptial and separation agreements
  • Modifications of custody and support
  • Paternity issues
  • QDROs (qualified domestic relations orders)
  • Matters related to allegations of dependency and neglect
  • Domestic violence and protective orders
  • Adoptions
  • Estate planning in a family law context

During your initial consultation with us, we listen to you, learn from you and generally lay the groundwork for a smooth, productive working relationship. To make your appointment, call 901-537-9786 today. All email messages are responded to promptly.