Divorce

Georgia No-Fault Divorce – We Guide You Through the Process

Georgia is a no-fault divorce state. That means neither party is required to prove “fault,” to get a divorce. However, fault can play a role in property division, custody, and visitation. It is important to have the guidance of an experienced divorce lawyer to assist you with the process.

Even if a divorce is uncontested, it is important to have an attorney with you to protect your interests and those of your children during the divorce process. Also, if you have a relatively amicable, uncontested divorce, we can help you draft the order. Either way, our divorce attorneys are dedicated to helping you work toward your best divorce settlement while protecting your ongoing working relationship with your spouse.

There are many issues related to the divorce proceedings such as:

  • Spousal Support, Maintenance, and Alimony
  • Child Support
  • Child Custody
  • Parenting Time (Visitation)

Contact us for immediate assistance or answers to your questions.