The divorce lawyers at the Reeder Law Firm, in Alpharetta, Georgia will be with you through every step of your divorce
Our divorce attorney's will ensure that your rights are protected and that you obtain the best outcome for your particular circumstances. We have helped people through the divorce process throughout Georgia for more than twenty years.
A divorce occurs when a marriage is legally terminated. This can be achieved through a contested or uncontested proceeding. The Reeder Law firm will advise you on your legal options, provide experienced guidance, and protect your rights, whether your divorce is uncontested or contested.
Uncontested Divorce Lawyers
An uncontested divorce can occur when the parties agree to all issues relevant to a settlement and final dissolution of their marriage, prior to retaining an attorney to draft the necessary legal documents for the divorce. This process may save time and financial resources, and promote a better relationship between the parties subsequent to the divorce. However, an uncontested divorce does not afford discovery, mediation or negotiation procedures involved in a contested divorce. Discovery may be particularly important as one party may not be completely forthcoming regarding all assets, debts and other relevant issues.
Contested Divorce Lawyers
Although your divorce may be a positive step in the long run, it typically takes place during a time when your ability to concentrate on complicated decisions and details seem challenging. Uncertainty about the legal process adds more confusion to an already difficult situation. Our divorce attorneys can help you use the discovery process, negotiation opportunities, and/or mediation to resolve your divorce issues amicably. However, there are times when you need to fight for your rights in court. We will aggressively stand up for your rights and proactively pursue your interests in any litigated matter.
Our divorce attorneys are accomplished negotiators, trained mediators and experienced trial lawyers who handle all aspects of complex divorce, including:
Custody of children under the age of 18 is often the issue that generates the most conflict between divorcing parties The legal and physical custody of children in Georgia is based on the best interests of the child. The attorneys at the Reeder Law Firm take a direct and honest approach in addressing the sensitive issues regarding child custody, making sure that the client understands the issues and the manner in which the law may affect him or her. In matters related to child custody, we will explain the different options available to our clients while helping protect his or her rights as well as the rights of their children.
Child Support is a monthly obligation for one parent to pay the other parent for support of the parties' minor children. As a general rule the primary physical custodian is entitled to such support. Our attorneys will help ensure that you are either receiving or providing the appropriate amount of child support.
Alimony is monetary support from one spouse to another, for a fixed or unfixed period of time. It also may be in the form of periodic payments or in the form of a single lump sum payment. Whether you are the spouse who is in need, or the spouse who faces the possibility of providing alimony, Reeder Law Firm has the experience to address your alimony issues.
A variety of personal and financial factors are taken into consideration before marital property is distributed between spouses. Sometimes these matters can be quite complex. Our experienced attorneys will protect your interests and assist in obtaining the most favorable distribution of your marital property.
It is extremely important for a parent seeking to relocate with a child, or for a parent seeking to prohibit another parent from relocating with a child, to understand and follow the laws regarding relocation. Our family law attorneys have experience in matters of relocations and can represent you in such a matter whether you are seeking to relocate with a child, or seeking to prohibit another party from relocating with your child.
When you need a strong advocate in Alpharetta, Georgia
If you need an advocate with your divorce law matters contact Reeder Law Firm today.