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When Your Divorce Gets Complicated, We’re Here for You

When you are ready to obtain the peace of a final divorce, but are unable to come to an agreement on certain topics, you must file a contested divorce. It can be extremely stressful to go to court and fight over topics relating to your children and finances. This is why it is so important to hire an experienced attorney who can guide you and represent you in all proceedings. Our legal team at The Millard Law Firm is aggressive and experienced, providing the quality representation you will need to quickly and effectively resolve your divorce.

We handle the following matters of contested divorce:

  • Custody and Visitation

  • Relocation

  • Temporary orders

Professional Guidance Through the Contested Divorce Process

A contested divorce can be traumatic on all parties involved, including your children. It is imperative you select an Alpharetta contested divorce lawyer that you not only trust, but whom you are confident will be able to competently represent you. You will want to hire a firm that is familiar with Georgia family law and has also argued divorce cases before the judge deciding your case.

We can walk you through each step of the contested divorce process, including:

  • Petition – Preparing, filing, and serving the divorce petition. If you have been served, we can help you respond to the paperwork.
  • Discovery – Gathering information about your spouse, assets, income, and and other important details during the discovery process
  • Settlement negotiations – We aggressively represent your interests during negotiation. While our attorneys are assertive when it comes to protecting our clients, we also understand the need to preserve relationships and maintain civility throughout the divorce case.
  • Trial – Not all divorces end in a trial, but we are always ready to litigate if we believe it will produce a better outcome.

Our firm is familiar with how local judges interpret the laws which affect your case. Whether your case will be before a Fulton, Cobb, Forsyth, Cherokee, Hall, Gwinnett County, or other Atlanta metro area judge, we have the experience to accurately advise you whether to settle or allow the court to decide an issue.

Discuss Your Divorce During a Free Consultation

During your initial consultation, we can meet with you to formulate the best strategy and walk you through the process of the divorce. It is best to at least consult with our divorce attorney in Alpharetta before proceeding with a divorce so you are aware of your options.

Contact our office today at (678) 319-9500 if you would like to make an appointment for a free and confidential initial case evaluation.

 

Contact Us Today!

Call (678) 319.9500 or email us to schedule your consultation.