#1 Divorce Lawyer in Gwinnett
Escape your bad marriage and get a fresh start
So, you want to move on with life but you're not sure what to do next. We understand that your decision to end your marriage is probably the most difficult and emotional decision you will ever make. Once either partner makes the decision, it is important you talk to our experienced family law attorneys who can explain the process clearly and provide aggressive representation to protect you, your children and your property rights.
Divorce cases are either uncontested or contested matters. An uncontested divorce is one in which you and your spouse agree on all issues involved and your agreement meets the requirements of the law as to custody, visitation and child support. This is the least expensive method of obtaining your divorce and can be completed in a relatively short period of time.
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A contested divorce is one in which you and your spouse cannot agree on all or some of the issues and the unresolved issues must be decided by the court or a jury.
The issues that must be resolved in a divorce include:
- Child support
- Health insurance
- Property division (house, cars, furniture, toys, pets, etc.)
- Attorney fees
We handle your contested divorce in two ways. We attempt to resolve your issues through negotiation or mediation while preparing for trial. If the case is not settled, we try the case before a judge or jury. Approximately 90 percent of all divorces are eventually settled prior to a final trial. Our Attorneys have the knowledge, understanding and experience to help you reach a fair and equitable settlement of your divorce case, but if settlement cannot be reached, we will fight for your rights zealously.
From our office in Lawrenceville, our lawyers represent clients in communities throughout Gwinnett County. If you live in Snellville or Dacula, you will still file for divorce at the Gwinnett Courthouse. The Gwinnett Superior Court is in Lawrenceville, not in Suwanee or Grayson. Don't make the mistake of hiring your divorce lawyer in Duluth or Lilburn because if your lawyer does not have an office in Lawrenceville, then you will have to pay your lawyer to drive to the Courthouse in Lawrenceville. A 20-30 minute drive both ways can cost you hundreds if you live as far away as Buford or Norcross. Call us at 770-604-1380 or contact us by email to arrange a consultation with one of our experienced Lawrenceville family law attorneys today.