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Family Law


A divorce can mean a time of chaos in your life. While you are dealing with the emotional weight of this difficult process, you do not want your legal issues to go neglected. Hiring an adviser during this time would give you the peace of mind you need to attend to what really matters: your family. Consider hiring The Harrell Firm to manage your legal details.

Memphis, Tennessee attorney Sean M. Harrell has more than 11 years of lawyering experience. Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, Sean M. Harrell understands the legal processes at work in your case. He knows how to provide you with the kind of legal advice you can rely on when you are dealing with significant issues such as child custody or alimony.

Child Custody and Support
Perhaps no issue weighs heavier on parents' minds during a divorce than the welfare of their children. Sean M. Harrell can help you get the custody arrangements that are best for your children. He can also help you get the support funds needed to provide for the children's expenses.

Property Division
When dividing any property, you need to ensure that you are treated fairly. Our goal is to help you protect your legal rights. We work with you to secure fair treatment for you in your divorce proceedings.

Experienced Counsel, Experienced Staff
The attorneys and staff at The Harrell Firm are experienced in helping clients gather the needed paperwork and facts to best make their case. Sean M. Harrell has seen all of these situations before. His experience allows attorney Harrell to advise you, providing you with the information you need to make informed choices concerning the legal options that may be available to you.

Child Custody and Visitation

The law firm of The Harrell Firm makes juvenile court a regular feature of its practice. Attorney Sean Harrell and his staff will work with you and your child so you understand what is happening in your son or daughter's juvenile court case and how it affects his or her rights. With more than 11 years of legal experience, attorney Sean Harrell knows how to fight aggressively to protect your rights and those of your child.

For many people, the phrase "juvenile court" conjures only images of juvenile delinquency. In Tennessee, juvenile court, however, involves far more areas of law than just juvenile delinquency. Clients find themselves in juvenile court when they are dealing with

The Need for Focused Legal Guidance

Unfortunately, even when their rights regarding their children are at stake, many clients do not understand the complicated legal processes at work in juvenile court. Clients may mistakenly believe that all they have to do is show up in court with their child and tell their side of the story. Few things could be further from the truth.

First, even if it is just the client's ex-spouse on the other side, juvenile court can be a highly charged emotional atmosphere. Clients and their children, therefore, benefit from having a lawyer who can retain the focus necessary to successfully protect their rights. Other times, clients may arrive in juvenile court and find that the other side, often an ex-spouse, has retained his or her own private attorney. On still other occasions, the court itself may have appointed a guardian ad litem to oppose the client.

In all of these situations, clients must have their own lawyer to help them understand how to navigate the legal waters.