Even if you and your spouse are ending your marriage amicably, you shouldn’t attempt to represent yourself in any kind of divorce proceeding. A good divorce attorney can make you aware of all legalities relevant to a Georgia divorce, including child custody, child support, division of property, visitation rights, grandparents’ rights, and spousal support (alimony), and how they could positively or negatively affect you and your children down the road.
Child Custody, Child Support, and Visitation
Whenever a family issue becomes a legal issue, things can become very emotional very quickly. Children, grandparents, extended family members, and close friends all feel the impact of your transition. If you’d like to ensure the proceeding goes as smoothly as possible, we can sit down and attempt to work out a custody arrangement with you and your estranged spouse. The Georgia court system favors mediation, because it gives parents the power to make decisions about their child’s future.
If you are facing a divorce, a custody battle, or worries over how your split will affect you financially, you will benefit greatly by consulting an experienced Georgia family law attorney. At the law office of Miles Hansford & Tallant, LLC, we have the mediation and negotiation skills needed to navigate a divorce with sensitivity and efficiency. We understand that you don’t want to put yourself or your children through a drawn-out, expensive proceeding. We will also help you work out child support arrangements, and visitation arrangements with grandparents.
Outstanding Legal Representation with a Personal Touch
Because one of your most important emotional bonds—your marriage—is torn beyond repair, the last thing you need is another troubled, discouraging relationship with someone who doesn’t listen to you.
That’s why you’re not just another client when you consult Miles Hansford & Tallant, LLC. We understand that this is a significant transition for everyone involved. We’re committed to providing you with empathetic and sound legal advice throughout your divorce case and related legalities, such as child custody, child support, alimony, and division of property. We will help you come out on the other side of this with minimal damage to yourself, your children, and your finances.
If you have weighed your options and have decided to get a divorce, or your spouse has filed for a divorce, we invite you to get in touch with an experienced Cumming and Forsyth County Georgia divorce attorney today. We will evaluate your case and take you through the process step by step. Please contact our office in Cumming, Georgia at (770) 781-4100 or access our simple contact form here.