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When going through any family legal matter like divorce, child custody or support disputes, property division, or adoption, you want an attorney that has the experience necessary to help you seek a successful outcome. I have dedicated more than 20 years of my life to assisting families and I will do everything I can to help you pursue a positive result and a happy ending.



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Shannon A. Jones

Attorney at Law

I was drawn to family law because of the tangible and long-lasting impact that I could have on families throughout Memphis, Tennessee and the surrounding areas. I pride myself on my ability to relate to my clients and create effective legal strategies that can help them achieve their goals and move forward with their lives.

In the legal system and especially with family law, there is always going to be give-and-take with you and the other party. My job is to help you seek the most favorable outcome possible given your unique circumstances.

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Willing to Litigate When Necessary

Though it isn’t always necessary, legal matters with family may need to go to court when two people can’t come to an agreement. From divorce and child custody to alimony and parental relocation, I am not afraid to take your case into the courtroom and represent your best interests if doing so can put you in a better position to succeed. I will never advise you to go to court just so I can earn an extra buck. I will always tailor my advice to meet your needs.

Two Different Kinds of Divorce in Tennessee

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    Uncontested Divorce

    Sometimes people evolve and grow apart. If this seems like you and your spouse, then an uncontested divorce may be the best option for you. This form of divorce requires a mutual agreement that both parties agree to before finalizing a divorce

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    Contested Divorce

    If both parties cannot come to an agreement on matters like property division, child custody, or spousal support, then you can file for contested divorce to have a judge make these decisions based on your grounds for divorce. Grounds for a contested divorce include adultery, drug use, physical or verbal abuse, and more.

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    Here to Help You Start Over

    Whether you choose to file uncontested or contested divorce, I bring more than 20 years of experience to the table to help you through the process as efficiently and affordably as possible without sacrificing the quality representation you deserve.

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What Sets Me Apart From Other Attorneys?

Compassionate

Legal Services

I understand that you may be going through one of the most difficult times of your life. It is my goal to provide you with a safe and comfortable environment from beginning to end.

More than 20 Years
of Legal Experience

Since beginning my law career in 1997, I have had the opportunity and privilege to guide countless couples and families through their cases. I will always strive to seek the best possible outcome for you.

Strategic & Thoughtful

Legal Representation

I have the skills necessary to stick up for my clients’ rights while also taking into consideration the interests of the other party. My goal is to work toward a resolution that can help everyone move forward.

Serving Memphis & The

Surrounding Communities

I have helped many families through a wide variety of legal matters from divorce, custody, and property division to pre- & post-nuptial agreements, paternity issues, adoption, and guardianship. If you live in Shelby, Fayette, or Tipton County, contact my office today to schedule a free consultation so we can begin discussing the details of your case.