Our attorneys have significant experience representing businesses of all sizes and local municipalities.
We have extensive estate experience, from drafting wills to representing you in probate court.
We assist with drafting and enforcing child custody, child support, spousal support agreements and more
We can help you with recording a deed, drafting a contract, or any other needs you may have
We can assist with disputes and commercial business transactions, among other things
Our practice is based on the core principles of respect, hard work and a strong sense of community. We have deep-rooted desire to serve and help others through whatever problems they're facing.
We offer a significant amount of hands-on trial experience in a wide range of legal issues. We are committed to understanding your needs and maintaining an open and honest communication network.
We serve Birmingham and Blount County and provide quality representation in a relaxed environment. We offer flexible appointment times and ample parking at both of our office locations
At King, Green, & Dobson, LLC, we offer a significant amount of hands-on trial experience in a wide range of legal issues. Our attorneys and support team are committed to understanding your needs and maintaining an open and honest communication network.
Before your first court date we recommend that you get organized, visit the courthouse before your court appearance, plan your outfit, plan your day, and try and remain calm.
The primary concern for Alabama courts is the best interests of the child.
In determining the applicability and amount of alimony, the court analyzes several factors including need and ability to pay
Our attorneys value fairness and work diligently to ensure that each party is treated according to the law and not according to personal preference.
A legal separation is an alternative to the dissolution of a marriage. It is not required that a couple goes through a legal separation prior to filing for divorce.
There is no set time period for a divorce, since each case is different.