At Clagett and Barnett, we take pride in our relationships with our clients. As mothers and wives, we are navigating familiar territory when you choose us to represent you. We understand that this is a difficult time for all parties involved, and we do everything in our power to help you find a solution that meets your needs.
At Clagett and Barnett, we know that every situation is different, and we treat each case as such. Whether it’s a traditional divorce, a military divorce, or an adoption, we listen to our clients to understand their troubles and needs and then defend them in a professional and respectful manner.
Choosing Clagett and Barnett to represent you means that you will be in good hands from the first phone call until your case is completed. Customer satisfaction is of the utmost importance to us, and that is reflected daily in our practice. We want you to feel informed throughout the process, and transparency is a key component of our philosophy in our practice.
Our attorneys have years of experience in navigating family law cases and will use their vast knowledge and experience to help you during this difficult time. We have worked hard to build a reputation with the courts in Elizabethtown and Hardin County.
Margo is not only an exceptional attorney, but she is also a wonderful person. She is very intelligent, hard-working and personable. If you need legal assistance, Margo is an attorney who will take the time to understand your case and fight for you.
I met Margo Barnett while going through a divorce in 2016. It’s scary putting your life in the hands of another person. You need someone who can be logical and professional while you are dealing with the situation around you and adjusting to the reality of divorce. I knew from the first 5 minutes I sat down with her that she would be the person who would guide me through this difficult time. Margo is honest, trust worthy, knowledgeable, and fair. She was always quick to respond to my requests, and even assisted me when she was out of the office. I can’t say enough, but just how appreciative I am to have found her, and for giving me peace during a time when there was only chaos.
Once a couple gets divorced, they finish their lawful partnership with each other. Still, both parties have legal rights ...