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Kristine Jones

Kristine Jones

Family & Divorce Attorney in Montgomery, Alabama
  • Divorce, Family Law, Arbitration & Mediation
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Are you facing difficult family law issues? Are you looking for a trustworthy and reliable lawyer in Montgomery?

Kristine Jones, Attorney-at-Law offers a wide range of legal services related to family matters and domestic relations.

Kristine is a member of the Alabama State Bar Association, Montgomery County Bar Association, and founding member of The KJ Law Firm located in Montgomery, Alabama.

When it comes to family law, Kristine Jones is poised and ready to provide outstanding representation for clients facing a variety of family legal matters.

She offers legal advice and counsel for issues related to Marriage & Family, Divorce, Spousal Support & Alimony, Child Support & Custody, Guardian Ad Litem, Division of Property, Mediation, and Small Claims Assistance.

No matter how complex or straightforward your family law issues, Kristine Jones welcomes the opportunity to help you with your case.

Contact Kristine Jones, a Family Law Attorney who understands the importance of providing quality client services.

Practice Areas
  • Divorce
  • Family Law
  • Arbitration & Mediation
Additional Practice Areas
  • Small Claims Court Assistance
  • Child Custody & Visitation
  • Child Support
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
    All major credit cards.
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Flat fees are available depending on the issue.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama
United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama
United States District Court for the Southern District of Alabama
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
R & D Consulting, Inc
Reviewed customer contract proposals, Defined bid application problems by conferring with clients and developed solutions by utilizing alternative dispute resolution techniques.
Law Clerk
Alabama Law Institute
Law clerk for the Alabama Legislature 2016 session through the field placement program at Thomas Goode Jones School of Law.
Fifteenth Judicial Circuit Court
Performed weekly mediation of cases through the Kenneth F. Dunham Mediation Clinic at Thomas Goode Jones School of Law.
Law Clerk
One Place Family Justice Center
As part of the Domestic Violence Clinic at Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, performed new client intake, counsel, advice, and trials for clients seeking primarily a Protection From Abuse.
Alabama Secretary of State Elections Division
Performed research for chief election law legal counsel; assembled prior years of election data for state and federal offices.
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Auburn University
Lectured twice per week, graded quizzes and exams, and met with students during office hours for a political science course containing approximately 35 students.
Research Assistant
Colorado Secretary of State Elections Division
Performed research for Elections Director; traveled to various mail ballot processing facilities on day of primary election.
Process Server/Researcher
Watson, McKinney, and Artrip, LLP
Faulkner University, Thomas Goode Jones School of Law
LL.M. (2016) | Dispute Resolution
Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution Processes
Auburn University
M.P.A. (2013) | Public Administration
Specialization: Election Administration
University of Alabama - Huntsville
B.A. (2011) | Political Science and Philosophy
Medal of the Samaritan
Montgomery Volunteer Lawyers Program
In recognition of her outstanding pro bono legal services, the MVLP presented Kristine Jones with the 2018 Medal of the Samaritan.
Pro Bono Service Certificate of Appreciation (Alabama)
Alabama Access to Justice Commission
In recognition of providing 50 or more hours of pro bono legal services to low income Alabama residents, the Alabama Access to Justice Commission presented Kristine B. Jones, Attorney at Law, with the 2018 Pro Bono Service Certificate of Appreciation.
Pro Bono Service Certificate of Appreciation (Montgomery County)
Montgomery Volunteer Lawyers Program
In recognition of providing pro bono legal services to low income residents of Montgomery County. Presented by the Montgomery Volunteer Lawyers Program at the 3rd Annual MVLP Awards Luncheon in Montgomery, Alabama.
Professional Associations
Montgomery County Bar Association
- Current
Activities: MCBA hosts events to foster interaction, communication, and professional opportunities to lawyers in Montgomery and other surrounding counties.
Montgomery County Bar Foundation
Volunteer Attorney
- Current
Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution
Registered Mediator
- Current
Activities: Alternative dispute resolution and mediation areas of practice include Alimony, Automotive, Child Support, Consumer, Contracts, Custody/Visitation, Elections, Family, Landlord/Tenant, Post Divorce Issues, and Small Claims.
Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity # 40785251
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Activities: The Phi Alpha Delta (Central Alabama Alumni Chapter) offers networking, event planning, case referrals, and general discussion opportunities for its Alabama Alumni members.
Alabama State Bar # 1973W23L
Registered Alabama Mediator
Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution
Websites & Blogs
Divorce Services and Messaging Form
Legal Answers
58 Questions Answered

Q. Could you please tell me the exact forms that I need to file with the court to have child support/IWO terminated at 19?
A: Hello, thank you for mentioning me in your question! The forms that are available to everyone for free on the internet are CS-44 and CS-45. Please read the forms carefully and provide the information they ask for including the fee to the clerk. If you have further questions, you could contact the clerk 's office in the county you intend to file. I do not practice in Fairhope, so they may require other or additional forms or information. Best of luck!
Q. I am a foster kid in Alabama. Except I moved out a year ago and I am now 19. I have my own place and a good paying job.
A: Hello. I would assume your foster parents have temporary custody pending the location of a viable adoption for your niece. DHR is likely involved as well. You would need to contact your neice's DHR caseworker and them s/he he know you want to adopt her. DHR will investigate you and your home life to determine if you can support/provide a good home life for yourself and her. You cannot do a relative adoption in Alabama without the adoptee (your niece) living with you for 12 consecutive months prior to the filing. You should have a consultation with counsel in your area to determine the best course of action to get your neice. Best of luck!
Q. Can a spouse get off paying spousal support of 17 yr marriage ,he was sole provider and same job for 21yr.
A: Hello, it is possible and all depends on the facts of your case. You should seek counsel in your area and discuss your situation with him or her to receive a better estimation. Best of luck!
Q. Who do i contact in Tuscaloosa County,Al my father died and now a lady say she’s my sister I need a DNA but I live in Tx
A: Hello. Many online DNA testing kits are available for a low price, roughly $50. Wal-Mart also carries them. Many on-site facilities like LabCorp also do DNA testing. If there is a potential legal battle related to your father's estate, you would need a facility like Lab Corp so the results would be official and able to be entered as evidence, if needed. Best of luck!
Q. If the parents were unmarried when both children were born & there is no custody agreement, who is the custodial parent
A: Hello. The answer is both of you have equal rights to the children. Dad has a right to know where his children are, if they are moving, what school they attend, health issues, extra curricular activities, religious instruction, etc. You should seek legal counsel in your area and discuss your plans so you do not do something that hurts you down the road. Best of luck!
Q. We got married November 2009 and were apart January 2010. Can you help me get a divorce?
A: Yes, you can still obtain a divorce even if you may not know where your spouse is located. However, you will need the assistance of an attorney to make sure all the procedural/ jurisdictional aspects are satisfied. Best of luck!
Q. My child is 18 and has graduated from high school with no plans for college can I ask to be cut from child support?
A: Yes, you can always ask a court to stop your child support. However, if your child is not completely self-supporting, you will likely still be required to pay until the child reaches 19. Graduating from high school and not attending college are not factors a court considers. Best of luck!
Q. I had a child out of wedlock 10 years ago. Mother has sole legal custody . I have my child about half the time and pay
A: Hello, two types of custody exist: legal and physical. Legal is regarding decision making authority for the child like which school does s/he attend, what hospital, after school activities, etc. Physical custody addresses the time each parent physically has with the child. It is unclear from the facts you stated what the actual custody arrangement is between you. If you truly do not have any type of legal custody to make important healthcare, school, religious, etc. decisions for your child, then you could file for a modification regardless of whether Mother is leaving the states. If mom leaves you with the child indefinately, you have at least two issues on your hand: legal decision making authority and child support. You should seek an attorney in your area to determine the best strategy for least 2-3 months before Mother leaves the states. Best of luck!
Q. If me and my exwife agree for our son to come live with me (the father) can the child support be stopped
A: Short answer is yes, but you would need to file a modification with the court, along with the appropriate child support forms. Otherwise, you are at risk of being held liable for unpaid child support if you do not let the court and the state know the circumstances have changed. Your child is also, possibly, owed child support by the mother paid to you, and that issue needs to be addressed by the court. You should seek counsel in your area to make sure you properly protect yourself. Best of luck!
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Montgomery, AL 36104
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