PHOTOS Leah Messer Simms visits family law office

Leah Messer Simms and her step-father see a family law attorney

The evidence continues to mount in support of the recent reports that Teen Mom 2 stars Leah Messer Simms and Corey Simms are getting a divorce. Online court records indicate the couple filed for divorce the week of April 15, which seems to be in line with these photos from April 14th showing Leah visiting the office of a family law attorney with papers in hand.

(Unlike last time Leah had some documents in her hand, the photo service isn’t saying these are “divorce papers.” Perhaps they are the infamous Facebook messages?)

Teen Mom 2 Leah Messer seen visiting the family law offices of Lyne Ranson

Leah was with her step-father as they visited The Lyne Ranson Law Offices, PLLC in Charleston, West Virginia. Here is a description of them from their web site:

At the Lyne Ranson Law Offices, PLLC we provide exceptional family legal representation to clients in Charleston and throughout West Virginia. If you are facing a family legal dispute, you may worry about the future of your family and your financial security. Our attorneys are experienced and dedicated to resolving family legal matters effectively to protect the rights of individuals and their children involved in divorce and other family disputes.

They follow that up with:

A family legal dispute requires an experienced, effective, and compassionate attorney. At the Lyne Ranson Law Offices, PLLC, we provide exceptional family law representation to our clients and work tirelessly to gain the results that you are seeking. Whether you are facing a divorce, you have a custody dispute, or need a family legal counselor to protect your financial interests in a prenuptial agreement, our attorneys can provide the information and legal counsel that you need to protect your rights.

I think Corey may be in a heap of trouble.

Photos: SplashNews.com

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