Courtney and Mills

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Courtney and Mills

On September 13, 2006, despite the fact that it was Friday the 13th, Courtney & Mills, LLC opened its doors for business. Our firm consists of two attorneys—Ann Mills and Chad Courtney, along with three support staff. In the 10+ years since that day, we have chosen to remain a small firm so that we can form a personal relationship with you. This allows us to have a better understanding of your needs.

From us, you can expect an atmosphere where you will be educated about the law as it applies to your case. We provide options so you understand the paths your case may take. We also provide resolutions you can live with, while knowing sometimes the only resolution is to allow a judge to decide the issues.

 

Practice Areas: Divorce Law, Family Law, Business Law, Personal Injury

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Courtney and Millls
725 W. Battlefield Suite A
Springfield, MO 65804
417.869.9888
888-844-7518
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A New Beginning for 2020

Often in the new year comes an increase in individuals seeking a divorce. It may be due to new year’s resolutions and the yearning for a different path in 2020. Tax return anticipation may also make divorce a financial possibility for people in the new year. While we know divorce is not easy, it is still our goal to help people avoid inconsequential drama and expense and allow for as smooth a process as possible. This is why we started Missouri Divorce Source, our very own online divorce portal.

At Missouri Divorce Source, the process begins when you fill out the online form. Within a day or two, we then contact you to discuss the details of your situation and how best we can help. After we understand your situation, and at least half of the required fee is paid, we then start drawing up divorce documents. They are typically ready for review within one to two weeks. Once you and your spouse sign the necessary documents, we then file the case with the court. In thirty days, we can ask to finalize the case. Usually, a court appearance is unnecessary to finalize the divorce. It is through avoiding a court appearance that you can get divorced through the website at a fraction of the cost of a more conventional divorce

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for your Personal Injury, Divorce, Worker's Compensation, or Family Law Issues. 888-844-7518

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