Mulberry Family Law Attorney

Helping Families in Gwinnett & Barrow County Navigate Georgia Family Law

When facing a family law issue, it's natural to be emotionally overwhelmed. Making decisions during such times can be challenging. You need an advocate who focuses on your rights with professionalism and integrity. Our team of family lawyers in Mulberry, GA, is here to guide you through these difficult times.

Call Daniels & Taylor, P.C. today at (770) 285-1673 or contact us online to schedule a meeting with one of the best family law attorneys near you.

Our Core Values

At the heart of our practice are our core values, symbolized by the S.W.O.R.D. in our logo:

Strength, Wisdom, Objectivity, Reputation, & Dependability

  • Strength in Numbers – Many hands lighten the load. You have the best chances of success when you have an entire team working for you. The odds of success increase when you have many minds working together to accomplish a common goal.
  • Wisdom through Practice – Mastering the evolving Georgia laws. Becoming a good lawyer is not just about law school; it’s about real-world practice. Through such practice, we gain wisdom. Each attorney's unique career path adds valuable skills to our collective knowledge. Laws change yearly, and we strive to master the practice of family law.
  • Objectivity fostering Understanding – Filter out the noise and speak truth. It’s challenging to think rationally when emotions run high. Feelings like love, anger, jealousy, depression, and frustration can cloud judgment. Being on the outside, we look at your situation objectively and guide you through it. We help you filter out the emotions to find practical solutions.
  • Reputation reflecting Quality – Others' words speak loudly. The legal profession often has a poor reputation. You can’t trust what any lawyer says about themselves, but you can trust what clients say about their lawyers. With reputation as one of our core values, your opinion of us matters. You won't find a family law firm in any county in Georgia with a better Google reputation than ours.
  • Dependability of Communication – Informed at every step, empowered in every decision. Nothing is worse than feeling lost and not knowing what to do next. We promise to keep you up to date with constant monthly communication. If you ever feel in the dark, ask for a meeting with someone on our leadership team, Russell, Eugenia, or Shannon. We are here to hold our team accountable to our core values.

Consult with a Mulberry Family Lawyer at Daniels & Taylor, P.C.

From our office in Mulberry, our family law attorneys represent clients throughout the community. With a reputation for success and a team of dedicated professionals, we can help your family overcome any challenge you face.

We won’t sugarcoat the truth. We will tell you what you NEED to hear, not just what you WANT to hear. We strive to return your phone calls within 24-48 hours and keep you informed of what is going on in your case every step of the way.

Our Mulberry Family Law Services 

At Daniels & Taylor, P.C., our family law attorneys in Mulberry, GA, support you during challenging times and assist you in making crucial decisions.

Our Mulberry family law practice covers the following areas:

  • Uncontested Divorce – Even in a cooperative process, it’s essential to have a family law attorney to manage all aspects of your divorce. An uncontested divorce still requires protection of your rights.
  • Family Violence/Temporary Protective Orders – We provide legal support for victims of domestic violence and those wrongfully accused. We focus on safeguarding the abused or defending the rights of the accused by presenting clear facts to the court.
  • Contested Divorce – Co-founder Tony A. Taylor has extensive experience handling complex and contentious divorces. You need a strong, ethical advocate to fight for a favorable outcome.
  • Child Custody and Modifications – Recognizing child custody as a priority for many parents, our family law lawyers diligently work to ensure the best interests of the child are served.
  • Child Support – Financial matters can escalate into disputes. Our role is to gather all relevant information and calculate child support to meet your children's current and future needs.
  • Enforcement/Contempt – If your ex-spouse is not adhering to the divorce decree or custody order, we can enforce your rights.
  • Alimony – Also known as spousal maintenance, we provide guidance on monetary payments to or from an ex-spouse to maintain financial stability post-divorce.
  • Property Division – During a divorce, marital property is subject to equitable division. Our family law attorneys assist in creating a plan for property division and advise you of your legal rights.
  • Paternity – Establishing a biological father's duty to pay child support through paternity actions.
  • Legitimation – Legitimation actions affirm a father's right to custody and parenting time.
  • Fathers' Rights – Courts increasingly recognize the rights of fathers. We advocate for fathers to ensure they have the opportunity to provide a nurturing environment for their children, focusing on custody, visitation, and support.
  • Adoption – Adding a child to your family is joyous but can be legally complex. Our team guides you through the adoption process, helping you avoid legal pitfalls.
  • Grandparents' Rights – Like fathers, grandparents' rights to custody and access to their grandchildren are increasingly recognized. Our family law lawyers ensure your voice is heard in court.
  • Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs) – QDROs can be used to transfer or divide pension and retirement plan funds as part of a property settlement.

Contact Our Mulberry Family Law Attorneys

When dealing with a family law matter, it's common to feel emotionally stressed and uncertain. Making decisions during these times can be difficult. You need an advocate who prioritizes your rights with professionalism and integrity. Our team of family lawyers in Mulberry, GA, is here to support you through these challenging times.

Call Daniels & Taylor, P.C. today at (770) 285-1673 or contact us online to schedule a meeting with one of the best family law attorney near you.

Georgia Family Law FAQ

Do I need a family lawyer?

While you can handle some family law matters independently, having a lawyer ensures your rights are protected and you make informed decisions. A family lawyer provides valuable guidance and representation in complex situations like divorce, child custody, and property division.

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

The timeline for a divorce in Georgia can vary. An uncontested divorce can take as little as 31 days after filing, while a contested divorce can take several months or even years, depending on the complexity of the issues and the court’s schedule.

What is the difference between contested and uncontested divorce?

 An uncontested divorce occurs when both parties agree on all terms, such as asset division, child custody, and support. A contested divorce happens when the parties cannot agree, requiring the court to decide on these issues.

How is child custody determined in Georgia?

Child custody in Georgia is determined based on the best interests of the child. Factors considered include each parent's living situation, relationship with the child, and the child’s needs and preferences, among others.

What are the grounds for divorce in Georgia? 

Georgia allows both no-fault and fault-based grounds for divorce. The most common is irreconcilable differences, a no-fault ground. Fault-based grounds include adultery, desertion, and cruel treatment.

How is property divided in a Georgia divorce? 

Georgia follows the equitable distribution model, meaning property is divided fairly but not necessarily equally. The court considers factors such as the length of the marriage, each spouse's financial situation, and contributions to the marriage.

Can I modify child support or custody orders?

 Yes, you can request a modification of child support or custody orders if there is a significant change in circumstances, such as a change in income, relocation, or a change in the child's needs.

What is mediation in family law? 

Mediation is a process where a neutral third party helps the disputing parties reach a mutually acceptable agreement. It is often used in family law to resolve issues like divorce, child custody, and support without going to court.

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