Our family law attorneys represent clients in all aspects of family law matters. Our family law attorneys will protect your rights. We make sure you obtain the best possible outcome for your circumstances. Every effort to avoid costly and time-consuming litigation. We seek to achieve out of court settlements when it is in our client’s best interest. In some cases going to trial is the only means to achieve a favorable outcome for your case. Our attorneys are prepared to aggressively pursue your action.
The family law attorneys at the Reeder Law Firm are experienced in all matters of Family Law issues that include:
Modification of Child Custody or Visitation
The needs of children will change and grow as they mature. A parent’s circumstances may change through the passing of time. In some cases such changes warrant a modification of custody and/or visitation. Custody and visitation in Georgia is based on the best interests of the child. These cases are dealt with by the court on a case by case basis. The Court will look at a myriad of factors in determine whether a change of custody or visitation is proper in your case. Our attorneys will work to resolve such modifications in a light most favorable for our client. We work to protect the best interests of your children and you.
For more detailed information on uncontested divorces, visit our Modification page.
Modification of Child Support
If the financial circumstances of the parties or the needs of the minor children have changed since the time your original Order was entered, you may be entitled to seek an alimony or child support modification. The lawyers at the Reeder Law Firm will help ensure that you are either receiving or providing the appropriate amount of support based on your current situation.
For more detailed information on modification of child support, visit our Modification page.
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.
An action for Legitimation is the first step in the legal process if you have a child born out of wedlock and are seeking support from the other parent, visitation or custody, or simply want your child to be able to inherit from you.
A court that renders a final decree of divorce, order of modification or other order identifying rights of the parties retains the power to enforce all aspects of that order. If either party to the action violates the court order without legal justification, that party may be in “contempt of court.” The Reeder Law Firm can assist you in filing, or defending against, a contempt action.
For more detailed information on Contempt, visit our Contempt page.
Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreement
Two people who are about to marry agree to pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements. Attorneys write contracts between , or spouses who are already married. These contracts delineate the parties’ financial relationship. Our experienced lawyers negotiate and draft these agreements. The attorney will analyze your current assets and debts along with your plans for the future and formulate the best strategy to ensure security of your financial situation.
For more detailed information on pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, visit our Pre-nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements page.
Call our Family Law Attorneys
Call 770.475.2521 to schedule a free consultation with one of our family law attorneys in Atlanta, Cumming or Alpharetta.