Georgia Divorce Salad
Do you want to avoid the massive headaches and frustrating courtroom litigation sessions that most people associate with divorce cases? There may be an option for you. Mediation is when both spouses meet with an attorney and discuss the terms of their divorce without the burden of a court decision hanging over them. This lower-stress environment can help couples genuinely work together to come to create a divorce agreement solution that is uniquely tailored to their circumstances. This process can have several immense benefits; let's look at five of them now.
I will never forget that day. It was cold, wet, gray, even dreary and just a few days before Christmas.
Tonight's post about the complexities of camaraderie in family law was written by our Marietta and Atlanta divorce attorney, Megan McClinton.
Tonight's post about getting out of the way in divorce was written by our Savannah Divorce Attorney, David Purvis.
Tonight's post on Divorce and Mediation was written by our lead Marietta Divorce Attorney, Jeannine Lowery.
Tonight's post about the Difficult Channels of Family Law was written by our Lawrenceville Divorce Attorney, Robert Bexley.
Tonight's post on mediation was written by our Lawrenceville Family Law attorney, Wesley Wilson.
Even in the best of circumstances, the debate over who gets what can often become an emotional boiling point when you're facing divorce. Suddenly, the box of CDs you haven't listened to in years is a prized posession. The scratched and dented end table is full of memories and both of you decide you want it. Even the laundry basket can become a source of debate. Is that last object really important? Almost never. That last object becomes a symbol. The reality hits one or both of you: once that last object's fate has been determined, the marriage is theoretically over.