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As experienced Douglasville family lawyers, we know our clients need support at all stages of their divorce or legal matter. Therefore, we only take on a select number of cases so we can provide personal attention to every client.
Our skilled attorneys develop a customized legal strategy for each client based on the unique facts and circumstances of their case. Our goal is to resolve each case civilly and expeditiously without compromising results.
Divorce and family law cases can be complex, and you likely have many questions. Our attorneys will patiently address all of your questions and concerns. We’ll explain your rights and educate you on the process for resolving your family law issue. Below, we answer some common questions about family law.
Georgia courts make child custody decisions based on the best interest of the child or children of divorcing parents. However, there is a presumption that a child benefits from having both parents in their lives. The courts use many factors to identify the best custody and visitation situation for the child.
Our attorneys can help you advocate for a custody and visitation plan that prioritizes your relationship with your children and satisfies their best interests.
Georgia is an equitable distribution state. This means the court and parties must divide marital property equitably (but not necessarily equally) upon the dissolution of the marriage. The court can consider many factors when determining the proper property division.
Our legal team can advocate for a fair property split that allows you to maintain that what’s most important to you. We’ll work for a division that helps you maintain your quality of life.
Georgia law does not require divorcing spouses to provide alimony/spousal support to their former partner. However, the parties can agree to provide alimony as part of the divorce settlement. You may even be eligible to receive alimony while your case is pending.
Our attorneys have extensive experience negotiating for fair spousal support payments. We can help you pursue an alimony amount that will allow you to maintain your quality of life.
Our team of attorneys have over 40 years of combined experience in family law. We have the resources and experience to advocate for our clients and work toward a favorable outcome.
You’ll never be just another case number to us. We keep our caseloads small, so we can provide personalized representation to every client.
We leverage the latest technology and legal software to enhance our clients’ experience with us.
Our clients consistently give us top ratings after the completion of their case. This is a testament to the high level of service we provide each person that walks through our doors.
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