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Troy Divorce Law for Men

Cordell & Cordell is the largest domestic litigation firm that focuses on men’s divorce. Our attorneys in Troy have a deep understanding of the battle you’ll face as a man in family court. We’ve built our practice on helping men keep their rights when they are involved in a divorce, including maximizing their role in their children’s lives. We also focus on preserving you and your children’s financial interests.

Our aim is to help men succeed in family court. We’ll do our best to educate you about the divorce proceedings so that you’re prepared for court. We’ll be a partner men can count on when they need a:

  • Child custody lawyer
  • Child support lawyer
  • Family law attorney

At Cordell & Cordell, our Troy divorce lawyer wants to assist you in weathering your divorce with as little conflict and cost as possible. We understand that a father’s rights are very important and that a divorce brings out strong emotions in each party. This is why we’ll work hard to support you throughout the process. Call today to set up an appointment.

Troy Client Testimonials

5/5

“Jill is fantastic. Not only has she been deft at handling my case, thinking of things I never could [or] would and acting quickly and effectively, but she has done so while making me feel completely comfortable with what the outcome will be. I feel very lucky to have Jill representing me.”

5/5

“Jill has been great! Excellent value for [the] money and a pleasure to work with. Frankly, she has changed my outlook and experience working with divorce attorneys. She was quick to do live calculations as it relates to child support, which was extremely helpful. She struck an excellent balance between pushing and listening.”

5/5

“Jill did a fantastic job! She really worked with me. I have very particular needs that were not cookie-cutter. She took the time to understand and talk with me before making any decisions. She was very supportive, and my wife and I are taking care of our children better because of Jill’s involvement.”