• 256-216-9884
  • 213 S. Jefferson StreetAthens, Alabama 35612
More Than 35 Years of Criminal Law Experience.
  • Attorney Harlan D. Mitchell
  • My knowledge of both sides of the criminal justice system allows me to educate you about what you are facing while we prepare a criminal defense strategy. I’ve worked at the Athens Police Department as both a patrol officer and a K-9 officer for twelve years before deciding to attend law school.

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Aggressive Divorce Attorney Serving Madison AL

When You Need A Award-Winning Divorce Attorney in Madison AL - Trust Harlan D. Mitchell!

Divorce Attorney Madison AL

Harlan D. Mitchell was born and raised in Limestone County, Alabama, where he served with the Athens Police Department as not only a patrol officer but a K-9 officer for twelve years. His legal experience also stems from him attending Athens State College for his B.S. and a law degree from Birmingham School of Law. Mr. Mitchell began his compelling legal career with the law firm of Beddow, Eerben& Bowen, P.A. in Birmingham where he engaged in civil and criminal litigation and appeals, real estate transactions, and domestic relations practice. He then continued his work with Mitchell & Graham, P.C. where he served as senior partner from 1997 to 2010. Since then, Mitchell has brought his legal expertise to the private sector at Harlan D. Mitchell, Legal Services LLC, where he specializes in criminal defense and family law.

Mr. Mitchell is a member of the following professional organizations:

  • Limestone County Bar Association
  • Alabama State Bar
  • American Bar Association
  • Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
  • National Criminal Defense Lawyers Association


A Trusted Divorce Lawyer Who Can Help In Madison AL

Matters of divorce and family law issues can be very delicate due to the emotionally charged conflicts that surround the intensely personal matters of custody, children, finances, and more. The decisions that you make during a divorce are permanent, and it's incredibly crucial that you have an experienced professional lawyer on your side to help you receive the best possible outcome. When you understand the options that you have in regards to family law or divorce processes, you can help to restructure your family in a way that's positive, and more forward with no regret.

Mediation

Our practice encourages clients to pursue mediation first because the goal is to enable both parties to reach agreements without the heavy financial and emotional burden of a court battle.

Mediation typically works as follows:

  • Both parties hire a neutral third party, the mediator, to assist them in reaching agreements regarding their divorce.
  • The mediator provides information about the divorce process and guides the discussion to help resolve issues.
  • Parties communicate directly to each other in the presence of the mediator.
  • Mediation works best when there is an equal knowledge of the parties' financial situations and a willingness to work together.


Mediation Services May Help You Avoid The Courtroom

The mediator may suggest how the disputed issues can be resolved and explain what the process would be if the matter were litigated. Parties are allowed to engage others in support of decision-making such as their own advising lawyer or other professionals, e.g. valuation experts, financial planners, accountants, and mental health professionals.

Mediation can be used to deal with the issues that arise in the context of:

  • Divorce & legal separation
  • Custody and visitation
  • Valuation & division of property
  • Spousal & child support
  • Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements


When you need divorce attorney services near Madison AL, Harlan D. Mitchell may be able to help! He has experience with family law and divorce related cases, both in court or through mediation. Don't hesitate to contact us ASAP to talk with our team and get the advice you need.

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