Suppose you could accomplish your objectives without having to have a hearing, without having to go to Court to get it resolved. Wouldn't you want to do that?
Watch out! You could become a number.
She walked out of his office more frustrated with her attorney than she was with her soon-to-be ex-husband. They had finally found a moment away from their new interests and had come to an agreement on everything. The children, the finances (including the credit card debt), the retirement accounts; everything had gotten sorted out. All that was left was to sign the documents and get them to the Court for the Judge's signature. Then they could start to put all of this behind them.
Making the decision to file for divorce is the first of many choices. Often times, it's the easiest.
Tonight's post about a very peculiar aspect of Trial Practice was written by our Savannah divorce attorney, David Purvis.
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Tonight's post about winning and losing was written by one of our Marietta Divorce Attorneys, Naomi Lumpkin.
Tonight's timely post on taking it "Nice and Slow" in family law was written by our Atlanta lead divorce attorney, Cherese Clark.
Tonight's post on temporary hearings in divorce was written by our lead Marietta divorce attorney, Jeannine Lowery.
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