Helping Shelby County And Surrounding Residents With Family Law Issues

Family law matters are some of the most personal, serious issues that people face in life. When a family is separating, it feels like the foundation and stability of each individual's life is being shaken and threatened.

At this time it can be especially difficult to see the opportunities before you, but having an experienced Leeds divorce attorney on your side can do exactly that — provide you with opportunities to set you and your family members off to a brighter future.

Attorney Joseph R. Kemp has been representing individuals and families throughout Alabama for decades. As an adoptive father himself, he understands that there is little more important or emotional than child custody and adoptions. He balances the compassion and understanding you want in your attorney with the level-headedness and straightforward advice you need.

Mr. Kemp handles a wide range of family law issues, but focuses a large portion of his practice on:

Divorce

  • Child custody, visitation and parenting rights
  • Child support
  • Spousal support, also known as alimony
  • Legal separations
  • Property division and division of assets and debts

Adoption

  • Stepparent adoptions
  • Adoptions involving relatives and non-relatives
  • Grandparent adoption and grandparents' rights
  • Adoptions that arise from unfit parenting, neglect or abandonment

Contact A St. Clair and Shelby County Attorney For Help With Adoption And Other Legal Matters

As your lawyer, Joseph R. Kemp will pursue whatever legal methods are necessary for your success. His goal is to help you through your family law proceedings as swiftly as possible. Sometimes that involves skillful negotiations and settlements, but if courtroom proceedings are necessary, he will take your case as far as it needs to go.

Joseph R. Kemp can be reached online by email or by telephone at 205-699-5500. He offers free initial evaluations in most practice areas, so do not hesitate to get the information you need to make an informed decision regarding your legal rights.