A “No-Fault” divorce, also known as an “Irreconcilable Differences” divorce, is the least expensive and least stressful type of divorce. Agreement is the key!

To receive a divorce on these grounds, both parties must reach an agreement when it comes to all issues relating to your divorce such as dividing property and debts, spousal support, child custody and child support of all children under the age of 21.

After filing a complaint for divorce, there is a 60 day waiting period before the Court may grant a divorce. For more information on receiving a No-Fault divorce, contact our office today for a free consultation.

adoptionEvery child deserves a happy home and a loving family and it can be the most rewarding decision an individual can make.

If you are a grandparent, step-parent, aunt, uncle or a third-party and have decided to adopt, J. Greg Brown can help you through the process.

Providing that the child’s birth parents are willing to give up parental rights, adoption can be a straightforward procedure. J. Greg Brown has successfully handled many adoptions for his clients.

In a free consultation, he can answer any questions you may have and explain the adoption process.


Planning your estate is the only effective way of preserving you and your family’s legacy. No one likes to think about the aspect of his or her own death, but postponing this process could ultimately result in your loved ones losing everything you worked so hard to give them. If you died intestate (without a will) your estate could be distributed in a way that may not be your wishes. No matter how small your estate may be, ensuring that you property will go to the people you in want in the way you want will allow you to live life knowing that you have protected your loved ones.

All estate plans should include the following:

  • A Last Will and Testament;
  • A Durable Power of Attorney; and
  • A Healthcare Directive.

It’s never too early or too late to begin your estate planning. Call our office today for a free consultation.

Probate is overseen by the Chancery Court and is a process that transfers a deceased person’s estate to their heirs.

The main two purposes of probate are to inform all creditors that the individual is deceased and give the creditors the opportunity to get paid along with ensuring that proper title to property is conveyed to the heirs.

If you need help with probating a loved one’s estate whether they died testate (with a will) or intestate (without a will) contact our office for a consultation and we will guide you throughout the process.