Your Savannah Divorce & Family Law Attorneys
Experienced Savannah, Georgia Divorce and Family Law Firm
Our Divorce Attorneys know that the best approach for divorce is not necessarily being aggressive or collaborative, it’s about being effective.
A marriage ending doesn’t mean that the relationship with your children needs to end too. From small decisions to the big ones, we’ll help you keep your say.
Child support is often one of the most sensitive subjects families deal with when going through divorce and in the years after. We know how tough this can be and we’ll be there fighting for your side.
Our firm prides itself in not just resolving domestic matters but also in handling complex international family law cases. No matter where you are we’ll be there for you.
Property division is often one of the most contentious parts of a divorce. But at The Manely Firm we believe in taking a commonsense approach to these disputes.
Estate Planning is not a cut and dry area of the law. In order to best protect yourself and your family you need to carefully craft a plan for your property and its future, that’s how we can help.
What Sets Our
Savannah Divorce and Family Law Team
– Sergeant First Class Jeff Chafin
– Dei Gratia
– Cynthia Caldwell
– Joel Seguradone
– Suzanne Cate
“Very grateful to have chosen The Manely Firm. I ‘m grateful for your team and for all their services during this uncomfortable time in my personal life. Thank you for accepting me as a client.”
– Scott Wilson
– Richard Rivera
Our Work in Savannah and throughout Georgia
We handle the details of divorce so you can think about the future.
Our Firm has been in practice for over 30 years and is committed to providing unparalleled legal service and concierge-level support to every client we serve.
The 13 Grounds For Divorce In Georgia
In Georgia, there are 13 grounds for divorce, one of which is infidelity. However, simply saying the marriage is “irretrievably broken” qualifies as a no-fault ground for divorce
Collaborative law allows both parties to work together as a couple to design a divorce outside of the court system. Both parties will come together to create mutual agreements regarding the important issues that must be settled in divorce.
Before filing for divorce in Georgia, at least one spouse must have lived in the state for six months. Regardless of the living arrangements, spouses must be separated in the legal sense before one can file for divorce.
The typical divorce timeline flows through several phases, which each have special purposes, including: Initial planning, Filing of divorce petition, Discovery and temporary hearings, Alternative dispute resolution, and a Divorce trial (if necessary).
Meet Our Savannah Team
Michael E. Manely
Cherish De la Cruz
Stephanie D. Banks
Client Care Coordinator