I have had numerous divorce cases, including those that were uncontested (settled outside of court) as well as those that went to trial. I have also had many child custody cases and cases involving a parent's right to visitation with their child. I further have had several cases involving child support, including cases that focused upon a modification of child support due to an increase or decrease in job wages or an increase of unforeseeable expenses of one parent or one child or a minor child's need for college support. I have also had cases involving a person's need for protection from an individual and in some cases helping a falsely accused individual with their defense against protection from abuse orders. I have had experience with the drafting of wills, declarations of power of attorney and living health care directives.
Member of the Alabama State Bar, Member of the Mississippi State Bar, Member of the South Carolina Bar, Admitted to practice in all state and federal courts of Alabama, Mississippi, and South Carolina.
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5.0/5.0 Review for Tara Lyn Whitaker on 01/08/13 in Family Law.
Huge applause to Ms. Whitaker for her diligent, time sensitivity, as well as sincere compassion. While working on my case, I never felt for a second intimidated or concerned about the opposing party or the long hard road that lay before us. She wor... Read more
Huge applause to Ms. Whitaker for her diligent, time sensitivity, as well as sincere compassion. While working on my case, I never felt for a second intimidated or concerned about the opposing party or the long hard road that lay before us. She worked extremely long hard hours and was available at any moment to advise me. She deserves the very best in this lifetime, for she has given me the very best...... My son! Read lessRead less
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