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Experienced. Qualified. Diverse.

We are very experienced in both litigation and trial efforts. Our overall experience makes us highly qualified to handle any legal separation, annulment or divorce. Our abilities also allow us to expertly handle other family law issues including:

  • alimony & spousal support issues

  • child custody matters

  • child support issues

  • contempt proceedings

  • Divorce & Dissolution

  • Grand Parents Rights & Adaptation

  • juvenile court deprivation actions

  • marital settlement agreements

  • pre-nuptial agreements


Our Goal is to minimize fighting, stress & expense. Beyond the simple managerial tasks, we want to serve as your close advocate and ally, and guide you through this difficult time in your life.

Our Approach To Divorce

We are an advocate of seeking a calm, civil approach to the dissolution of any marriage. We also have the experience and resources to conduct an aggressive divorce by jury trial when necessary.
Our divorce lawyers will work closely with you to guide you through the process and navigate the uncertainty of our legal system in general, and the domestic issues you face specifically.

Mediation & Arbitration

To minimize stress, personal conflict and legal fees, we also often recommend utilizing a mediation process. Not only is mediation and/or arbitration required by most jurisdictions, it is often less expensive and more expedient than protracted litigation or a contentious court battle.
If there is any chance that you and your spouse can work together, these methods can greatly reduce stress and expense.

Questions About Divorce In Georgia?

How long does it take to get a divorce in Georgia?

Depending upon how you file, the complexity of your case and the amount of litigation required, formally ending a marriage can take from one month to several years. On average, an uncontested filing in Georgia takes around six months from filing to obtaining the final decree.  A contested filing may take over one year to finalize. It’s possible to have it all done in 31 days however; that is a rare occurrence.

What are the options for filing a divorce in Georgia?

In Georgia, although not a good idea, you can file for divorce without hiring a lawyer. Handling your own case is acceptable only in the rare instance where you and your spouse can agree on every aspect of property division, child custody, child support and spousal support (alimony). In the typical divorce case, emotions such as hurt, anger, greed and revenge virtually necessitate the use of divorce lawyers to protect your interests. Hiring a divorce attorney is your assurance of getting a fair and equitable outcome. People handling their own divorce usually make mistakes that haunt them for a long time.


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