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Skilled Legal Representation For Contested And Uncontested Divorce

Georgia law states that any party seeking divorce must do so on one of 13 grounds, the most common of which is that the marriage is irretrievably broken. This is another way of saying you can no longer live with your spouse and there is no hope of reconciliation. It is often referred to as a no-fault divorce.

The other 12 grounds for divorce are fault grounds. These include adultery, mental or physical abuse, conviction and imprisonment for certain crimes, habitual intoxication or drug addiction and willful desertion of a spouse by the other spouse.

At the law office of Kierston M. Phillips, PC, in Carrollton, Georgia, I help individuals in Carroll County, Coweta County and throughout West Georgia, navigate the divorce process. The decisions that will be made during divorce will shape the look and feel of your life for years to come.

The Importance Of Sound Legal Guidance

Even if you and your spouse expect to amicably resolve issues such as child custody and visitation, spousal support and property division, it is important to have a knowledgeable family law attorney in your corner to ensure that these matters are handled properly. Mistakes can result in additional costs or lead to unnecessary disputes.

I work directly with every client, from the initial consultation through the resolution of a divorce. If issues arise following your divorce - enforcement of orders, for example, or a request to relocate - I will be familiar with the facts involved and can work to resolve things efficiently and cost-effectively.

Smart Representation For Contested And Uncontested Divorce

By clearly communicating all options and taking the time to understand my clients' priorities, I am able to develop a legal strategy that puts them in the best possible position to begin their post-divorce life.

The fact is family court is not a friendly environment. Whenever possible, I help my clients avoid the courtroom by resolving issues through negotiation and, if necessary, mediation. By doing so, both parties retain more control over the decisions that are made. Agreeing to terms without litigating generally results in a more amicable relationship between ex-spouses, which benefits any children involved.

Don't settle for a lawyer who is not completely committed to your long-term health and happiness. I invite you to schedule a consultation. I can answer your questions and give you a candid assessment of what you can expect as an outcome.

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