We remain open for all of your legal needs! However due to the precautions related to COVID-19, we are trying to maintain compliance with all governmental orders and CDC Guidelines. Please contact our office to discuss whether a remote consultation is appropriate for your situation. Please CLICK HERE for more Covid-19 information.
Your Hometown Lawyers

Month: November 2018

When parents divorce or separate in Georgia the impact on children can be devastating. It is widely believed that both parents being involved in their child's life promotes the best long-term outcome. This can sometimes be difficult to achieve in a contentious divorce...

read more

Deciding to have a family, be it through biological means or adoption, is an exciting time in a family's life in Georgia. Many people decide to adopt after finding out they are unable to have a child because of fertility issues. Others simply choose adoption for...

read more

Financial mistakes, by their very nature, can be costly and should be avoided as much as possible. This is perhaps seldom truer than when a person is going through a divorce in Georgia. Divorce can be financially and emotionally draining, and the temptation to make...

read more

Archives