We know not everything always goes as planned. The decision to divorce is a difficult one and is wrought with unknowns, such as: Will I get my kids? Will I get enough in child support to pay for my children’s expenses? Will I be able to afford to stay in my house if I’m ordered to pay child support? Will I get a fair share of my spouse’s investments? Our attorneys will guide you through this turbulent time and help you get back on track during any type of family law issue.
Our family law services include:
Not every divorce should involve a fight. Frequently, we are able to assist divorcing couples end their marriage quietly and on agreeable terms to both spouses. Our attorneys are skilled at helping you and your spouse appropriately and fairly divide assets and create a parenting plan that meets all your needs.
Your divorce may become a battlefield if you and your spouse are unable to agree on terms such as:
- Child Support
- Property Division
A contested divorce can be very difficult and we will work for you to obtain the best possible outcome.
After a divorce is final, things sometimes change and the terms of your divorce decree may need to be amended. This type of legal action is known as a modification. We can help you bring or defend an action for a change in custody, visitation, or for an increase or decrease in child support or alimony. Talk to us today to see if your divorce decree needs to be revisited with a modification action.
Not everyone lives up to their agreements. We may be able to help you serve your ex-spouse with a contempt action if they have failed to make good on any term in your divorce decree, such as: failure to pay child support or alimony.
- Georgia Child Support Calculator – http://cscalc.gaaoc.us/
- Georgia Domestic Relation Financial Affidavit – http://www.chathamcourts.org/Portals/ChathamCourts/Superior%20Court/Forms/24_2_Financial_Data_Required.pdf
- Parenting Seminar Information and Registration Form – http://www.chathamcourts.org/Portals/ChathamCourts/Superior%20Court/Forms/Transitional%20Parenting%20Seminar.pdf