Divorce is one of the most challenging life transitions a lot of guys will ever face. The end of a marriage leaves many men uncertain about what lies ahead and unsure where they should turn for help.
With the stakes so high, it is vital to have a trusted partner in your corner committed to fighting for your rights and providing you with the legal guidance you need to navigate this difficult process. Cordell & Cordell’s Columbia divorce attorneys are dedicated to doing whatever they can to help you achieve your goals in family court.
Divorce Attorneys Dedicated to Helping Men
Our Columbia divorce lawyers understand the ins and outs of a wide range of family law practice areas from uncontested divorce to complex asset division. Their focus on men’s divorce gives them a deep knowledge of the unique challenges men and fathers face throughout divorce.
It is Cordell & Cordell’s mission to be advisors and advocates for men before, during and after divorce, with a passionate devotion to excellence.
Advocates For Dad’s Rights and Fathers’ Rights
Joseph E. Cordell and his wife, Yvonne, founded Cordell & Cordell in 1990. Since then, the firm has helped numerous men and fathers fight the unfair stereotypes they face in the family court system.
In the years since, Cordell & Cordell has grown to more than 100 offices across the United States and United Kingdom and is now one of the largest family law firms serving men in the world. Directions: The office building is a tall tan and brown building. Parking is available in the main lot with the building.
Directions: The office building is a tall tan and brown building. Parking is available in the main lot with the building.
National Client Testimonials
“Rebecca is an impeccable attorney. Rebecca takes the time to speak with me immediately any time I call or email. She gives good advice and has a real warm personality. I could not be happier with Rebecca as my attorney.”
“I want you all to know that everyone from the corporate staff in Missouri to the attorneys in Texas went above and beyond in my case. Special mention goes to [my attorney]. My case was transferred … because of a change in jurisdiction. [My attorney] did not continue with my case officially but still kept in touch with me and took time to call to see how I was doing. …”
“She’s been great. She’s been fantastic. … She helps me make the best possible decisions in this process.”