Legal Services, Advice, and Counsel
Whether it’s a family matter demanding immediate attention or help in preparing for a future event, the Montgomery attorneys at The KJ Law Firm, LLC are here to help!
We offer a wide range of legal services related to marriage, domestic relations, estate planning, and elder law. You’ll find our law office inside the RSA Dexter Avenue Building, conveniently located in downtown Montgomery, Alabama.
Quality Client Service. Trustworthy & Reliable Attorneys.
Our specialty areas of law practice also include mediation services for dispute resolution, Guardian Ad Litem duties, Small Claims Court assistance, and much more!
Our Founding Member
Kristine Jones, Attorney-at-Law, founded our law office with you in mind!
She’s a member of the Alabama State Bar and Montgomery County Bar associations.
Kristine is passionate about her calling and will guide you through each step of the legal maze. Relax… you’re in good hands!
Areas of Practice
Estates & Trusts
We Help You Plan for Tomorrow
Are you concerned about your future well-being or the welfare of your loved ones, young and old?
Do you need to draft a will, set up a trust, or prepare legal documents for your estate, but feeling daunted by the task?
Solutions for Resolution
Are you looking for an impartial mediator who will help you explore your options and discover all viable solutions? Need a mediator registered with the Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution who can help you negotiate a mutually acceptable resolution?
Small Claims Court
Small Claims, Big Difference
Do you need an experienced legal professional who’s capable of pointing out the common pitfalls frequently encountered in the Small Claims Court? Need help preparing a compelling case that faithfully represents your side of the story?
Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can… As a peacemaker the lawyer has superior opportunity of being a good man. There will still be business enough.
~ Abraham Lincoln, quoted from Abraham Lincoln’s Notes for a Law Lecture, dated July 1, 1850.