Alpharetta Georgia Divorce Lawyers
Experienced Alpharetta Divorce Lawyers and Family Law Attorneys. You do not have to face divorce and family law issues alone. If you are currently facing the possibility of divorce, gaining a full understanding of the process can minimize the stress you and your family will go through. While ending a marriage is undoubtedly a painful and emotional experience, securing effective legal representation can be a key aspect of ensuring your case is strong and ultimately successful.
Coleman Legal Group, LLC has experienced and effective divorce and family law attorneys dedicated to helping you preserve your time with your children and the financial means to start over and move on. Divorce is a serious matter and you should trust your future with an experienced caring attorney.
Uncontested Divorce vs. Contested Divorce in Alpharetta
In Alpharetta, Fulton County, Forsyth County and throughout the state of Georgia, you have the option of filing an uncontested divorce or a contested divorce. While our Alpharetta divorce attorneys are well versed in both types of cases, knowing which type of process will work best for you is critical. An uncontested divorce case means that you and your spouse are in complete agreement and that you will most likely not go to trial. Your Alpharetta uncontested divorce could be finalized in about thirty-one days to sixty days. Depending on which county you or your spouse live in, you case will either be filed in Fulton County or Forsyth County.
If you decide to file a contested divorce case, it will mean that you and your spouse are not in agreement. Any small detail that you cannot agree on will result in a contested case, no matter its relative importance to the case. Most contested divorce cases eventually settle before going to trial.
We usually recommend trying to file an uncontested divorce case and agree on all the court required issues because it will usually easier and less expensive. However, if there are issues you cannot work through, we will provide the services you need to file a contested divorce, build your case with the evidence needed, develop your arguments and get the most favorable result possible. Call us at 770-609-1247 to speak with an experienced Alpharetta divorce attorney now.
Common Issues in Alpharetta Georgia Divorce Cases
- Child Support
- Child Custody
- Property and Asset Division
- Debt Division
- Elections of Custody by Minor Child(ren)
- Uncontested Divorce
- Contested Divorce
- Father’s and Men’s Rights
- Mother’s and Women’s Rights
We also assist with post divorce and family law issues such as:
- Child Support Modifications
- Child Custody Modifications
- Legal Separation / Separate Maintenance
- Alimony Modifications
- Name Changes
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Post-nuptial Agreements
- Temporary Hearings
- Emergency Hearings
- Temporary Protective Orders
Alpharetta divorce cases include residents residing in the following zip codes: 30004, 3005, 30009 and 30022. Alpharetta divorce cases can be filed in either Fulton County or Forsyth County, depending on which county one or both of the parties reside.
Coleman Legal Group, LLC’s Georgia lawyers practice in the areas of Business Law, Divorce, Family Law, Wills | Trusts | Estates | Probate, Immigration and Bankruptcy. Our main Alpharetta office is located at:
Alpharetta Georgia Office
5755 North Point Parkway
Alpharetta, Georgia 30022
Easy Directions to Our Alpharetta Office
1. Take exit 9 (Haynes Br Rd) off GA400.
2. Go East (turn right) onto Haynes Bridge Rd, going towards Northpoint Mall.
3. Turn left onto North Point Pkwy. The Rooms To Go showroom will be on the corner.
4. Our office is on the left at 5755 North Point Parkway, Suite 51, across from the Wells Fargo Bank.
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