Thank you for taking the time to learn more about our practice. Below is an overview of Reta's qualifications and areas of specialty.
Reta A. McKannan is an Attorney at Law in Huntsville, Madison County, Alabama. She finished an undergraduate degree in Journalism at Auburn University, then spent 10 years as a reporter for The Huntsville Times before working as Communications Director for the Madison County District Attorney’s Office.
Reta completed a law degree from the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law at Faulkner University in 1998. After passing the bar exam in 1999, Reta has offered legal services in family law, including divorce, child support, modification of divorce decrees, adoption and other probate work, wills, criminal defense, and juvenile law involving juvenile delinquency and dependency.
Reta now dedicates her practice to guiding clients through uncontested, no fault divorce and is willing to consult in other areas.
United States Supreme Court
Alabama Supreme Court
Alabama State Courts
All Municipal Courts
American Bar Association
Alabama State Bar Association
Huntsville-Madison County Bar Association
Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Foster Children’s Alliance of Huntsville-Madison County, Past President
Having practiced for more than 20 years, Reta is prepared to handle your case the way you want it handled, with confidence and preparation. And if there is an area in which she believes someone else would be stronger for your situation, she can refer you!
Reta brings a range of experience in family law, criminal law, juvenile matters, probate and small business to assist you.
The law can be intimidating. As paralegal and scheduler, Lori will work with you to make sure that when you call, your questions are answered quickly.
If you aren’t certain whether you need a lawyer, please feel free to call and make an appointment to ask a question or discuss your particular situation.
Everyone can afford a consultation. Reta’s standard charge for a consultation is $100 with no time limit.
You can count on Reta to take a personal interest in you and your situation.