Lamere Law Office

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Christina Lamere

Christina Lamere

Christina Lamere

Lamere Law Office, Dothan Alabama Family Law Attorneys

When it comes to matters involving your family, stress over the legal process can cast a shadow on your outlook and cause you to worry about what the future may hold. Lamere Law Office helps our clients stay focused on the positive side of the changes they are facing.

With more than four decades of experience, our family law attorneys are committed to helping Dothan & Ozark residents:

  • Navigate the Alabama family law court system
  • Talk through touchy topics in a productive way
  • Protect their rights, either through mediation, negotiation, or in court
  • Gain the confidence they need to make it through tough times

Whether you are coping with a difficult decision such as a divorce, or are trying to sort through the complex calculations of child support, our skilled legal team is here to help. We take pride in providing one-on-one attention, superb client service, and smart legal solutions to any family law matter. Call us today at (334) 793-2888


Family law is a broad practice area that covers pretty much any matter that involves relationships in a family. At Lamere LawOffice, we focus our practice on the following family law services:

Divorce in Alabama

We understand how stressful divorce proceedings can be, whether you and your spouse have agreed upon the details or are still trying to hash things out. This is a huge change in your life, and our compassionate attorneys are prepared to act as both emotional supports and strong advocates for your rights during this trying time.

Contested Divorce

Attorneys help clients push through many types of contested divorce, whether you can’t find your spouse or can’t get him or her to sign the paperwork. We help clients who can agree that divorce is necessary but do not agree on important issues such as division of assets and child custody.

Uncontested Divorce

Even if you and your spouse agree on how you want to handle all aspects of your divorce, you should still consult with a knowledgeable attorney to ensure your rights are being protected. Our experienced divorce attorneys will review any agreements you’ve discussed to make sure you are making good decisions that aren’t clouded by emotions.

Military Divorce

For members of the military and their spouses, the divorce process is more complicated than it is for civilians. Our Huntsville military divorce lawyers understand how military regulations affect divorces in Alabama, and we can help with proceedings even if one spouse is overseas.


Although the issue of alimony, or “spousal support,” does not factor into every divorce, it is a matter that our attorneys deal with frequently. Particularly if you and your spouse have been married a long time, alimony may be considered to help one spouse maintain the standard of living that was upheld during the marriage.

Child Support

Every parent wants the best for their children, and child support is intended to ensure your children’s needs are always met. Alabama uses a standard formula to determine what child support payments should be. However, our experienced legal team will help you review your family’s finances to make sure you have all the information to make a correct calculation.

Child Custody

One of the toughest family law matters we deal with is child custody disputes. We are here to help you fight for your rights and for what’s in the best interest of your children. Attorneys can help you work through how you will share time with your children, as well as how you and the other parent will handle major decisions such as schooling and health care.

Visitations Rights of Fathers

Many fathers do not realize they have the absolute right to be involved and have regular contact with their child. Most fathers just “accept” what the mother tells them or even someone else, if the custodian of their child is someone other than the mother. If you are the father of a minor child and you are not married to the mother, we can help you in getting visitation rights with your child, so you don’t just have to “accept” what is said.


When you meet with our skilled legal team to discuss family law services, it is helpful to be as prepared as possible. We suggest you bring any relevant paperwork that will allow us to assess your case more efficiently and map out a plan of action for moving forward.

In preparing for a meeting with a family lawyer about your case, you should try to compile:

  1. A list of any questions you may have
  2. A summary of your family law caseAny background related to your separation, such as how custody has been handled and who moved out of the home
  3. Tax returns, salary information, and paystubs
  4. Birth certificates and social security cards for your children
  5. A separation agreement (if you have one)
  6. Documents from any past legal proceedings
  7. A prenuptial agreement (if you have one)
  8. Any evidence of cheating, domestic abuse, drug addiction, or mental illness

Count on our knowledgeable attorneys to answer all of your family law questions and to give you an honest and realistic evaluation of your case. We will discuss how long we expect your case to take, your goals for a successful outcome, and what legal tactics we may use as we move forward.


When clients come to us, they are usually at a defining crossroads in their lives. The road ahead can seem difficult and depressing, but our team is committed to keeping you focused on the positive. We have helped countless clients successfully resolve their family law cases, even under what seemed like impossible circumstances.

Coping with a frustrating divorce or child custody matter? Need to speak with an experienced Dothan or Ozark family law attorney?

Call us today at (334) 793-2888