Our cutting edge knowledge allows us to leverage our client’s strengths when representing their interests before Georgia family court judges.
Intelligent, strategically thinking lawyers with serious experience in trial litigation and settlement negotiation strategies can make the difference. Call KF Law and find out for yourself why we should be representing you.
Grace & Dignity
At KF Law, our divorce and family law lawyers believe that divorce offers a new beginning. Emerging to a brighter future requires compassion and commitment from tireless advocates dedicated to helping you navigate the Georgia divorce process with grace and dignity.
Our divorce lawyers believe that it is important to remain on the cutting edge by being constantly aware of Georgia divorce statutes and court decisions which affect our clients. This cutting edge knowledge allows us to leverage our client’s strengths when representing their interests before Georgia family court judges.
Ways to Finalize a Divorce
Georgia divorces can be accomplished in two ways. One is by reaching an agreement with your spouse. The other is by allowing a judge to make the final decision. At KF Law, our Georgia divorce lawyers take the time to help you find the most beneficial and efficient way to accomplish your goals. Although it is generally preferable to avoid the time, costs and uncertainty of allowing a judge or jury decide everything, sometimes it can’t be helped. Either way, we are always prepared to vigorously champion your cause, whether it’s in a courtroom or in settlement negotiations.
Common Issues with Georgia Divorces
Divorce is the legal process that resolves the very important issues involved when a marriage ends. Every Georgia divorce is different, but all divorces will generally include some or all of the following six issues:
- Legal custody and parenting time (visitation) with the minor children
- Child support for the minor children
- Division of marital property
- Division of marital debts
- Spousal maintenance (sometimes referred to as alimony or spousal support)
- Allocation of attorney’s fees
- No Fault Divorce
Georgia is a no-fault divorce state. That means you do not need to prove that the other spouse did something that entitles you become divorced. You simply need to assert that your marriage is irretrievably broken and that there are no reasonable prospects of reconciliation.