Our mission at Butler, Sevier, Hinsley & Reid is to provide quality legal representation at a reasonable cost. We treat our clients as partners, and make it a top priority to keep clients informed about the case. Quality legal representation must include availability, personal attention and absolute confidentiality in addition to knowledge of the law and effective advocacy for the client.
Our attorneys will take time to listen and understand your unique situation in order to determine the best manner in which to proceed. When you consult with us, we will provide you with an honest assessment of your case, including information pertaining to procedure, time frames and cost, and we will include you on all decisions which affect you and your family. Whether pursuing your case through mediation or aggressively advocating your position in a courtroom, the attorneys at Butler, Sevier, Hinsley & Reid will stay by your side throughout the entirety of your case.
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When clients go through a divorce, they often resist change as it relates to their family traditions and instead cling to the idea that there must be some way to keep things as much the same as possible to create some sense of normalcy for children. It is common to hear "we can still have Thanksgiving dinner together” or “We can co-host the children’s birthday parties” when working through the details of an agreed post-divorce parenting schedule.read more »
The divorce process is not usually a simple one for most of our clients. Conflict is high, and cooperation is low at the beginning stages of a divorce. When two people separate there are many financial, practical and emotional issues that must be resolved before the divorce can be final. When faced with stressful decisions about these issues, some spouses make critical mistakes that actually create additional problems that must be solved before completion of the divorce. To streamline your divorce and keep things as simple as possible, here are five things you shouldn’t do during your divorce:read more »