Juvenile Law

Huntsville Juvenile Law Attorney

Personalized Assistance to Help You Understand Options for You & Your Child

Childhood can be a difficult time. Growing pains aside, situations sometimes arise that can make life extra trying for a minor—child custody and juvenile delinquency being among some of the most traumatic.

Attorney Michael Robertson, founding attorney at Robertson Law, has over a decade of experience defending the rights of children in Huntsville. Our firm may be small, but this works to your advantage—Attorney Robertson is able to listen carefully to your needs and provide the best, most compassionate assistance for you and your child during this troublesome time.

He can assist you with virtually any legal matters dealing with children, including:

  • Child custody
  • Visitation
  • Paternity
  • Juvenile criminal defense
  • Child abuse

For more information on how we can help, schedule a same-day appointment with us now by calling (256) 254-5525 or contacting us online.

An Approachable, Experienced Juvenile Law Attorney in Huntsville You Can Trust

Robertson Law has been helping children and their guardians with juvenile law cases since 2004, but Attorney Michael Robertson’s experience caring for children’s best interests goes back much further, to his time helping children in Bosnia after college.

In the State of Alabama, a juvenile court case is brought forward when a person has committed a crime or needs special supervision prior to their 18th birthday . These cases relate to two areas: juvenile delinquency and juvenile dependency.

Juvenile Delinquency

Has your child been charged with a criminal offense in Huntsville? Though the situation may seem hopeless, this doesn’t have to ruin the rest of their life. Criminal acts committed by minors generally are not considered as serious as those committed by adults.

Once a case is put before the Juvenile Court, it will be heard by a judge who will decide a verdict based on the best interest of the child. The intake officer will decide whether a juvenile will be returned to his parents or taken into custody.

We’re here to guide you every step of the way.

Juvenile Dependency

In Alabama, a dependent child is defined as a minor who is orphaned, neglected, abused, or in need of other care. A petition for assistance may be brought by a parent, relative, or other concerned adult.

At Robertson Law, the primary concern is the child’s best interests. A child’s wishes are always considered when making a custody decision or other resolution that will affect the well-being of the child. Attorney Robertson will do whatever it takes to get your child where they belong.

All juvenile cases are confidential, and records are not made available to the public. Your privacy is of the utmost importance.

Need help now? Call Robertson Law today at (256) 254-5525.

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    Michael F. Robertson

    Attorney

    Prior to becoming an attorney, Michael worked in the automotive industry for 42 years for both General Motors and Chrysler. While at General Motors, Michael worked as a design engineer at the forefront of impact testing and through its evolution into the science it is today. Michael worked closely with legal professionals and intended to attend law school with an eye on specializing in products liability. Michael’s focus changed, however, early on in his law school days. During his first week of ...
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