Georgia Family Law
An Overview of Family Law in Georgia
Every family is unique. Every family needs its own solution.
Family law legal problems are emotionally exhausting and can have a negative impact on children. We know that our clients are seeking efficient and effective legal solutions to complex problems. Our role as legal counselors is to guide our clients through the legal process and help with decision-making. At Spooner and Associates, P.C., our goal is to obtain an expedient and just outcome that provides your family with long term benefits. Our Gwinnett divorce lawyers are dedicated to advocating for your rights while seeking to heal your family.
We are attorneys who strive to safeguard the interests of the family. If you are seeking a Gwinnett divorce lawyer, contact Spooner and Associates, P.C. at 678-714-1131.
At Spooner and Associates, P.C. we are accomplished at successfully handling a variety of family law cases. Please contact us if you would like to speak with a family law attorney regarding any of the following family law matters:
- Child support
- Child custody
- Divorce or custody modifications
- Name change
- Step-parent and grandparent adoption
Georgia Family Law – Divorce
We understand that divorce is emotionally and financially demanding. Our attorneys are sensitive to the various complications that accompany divorce, and strive to help you with your concerns (including children’s issues, asset and debt allocation, and spousal support). We strive to ensure that our clients are informed and confident through each step so that they can make the proper decisions for their family.
Georgia Family Law – Contempt
We can help you enforce your divorce order. If your ex-spouse is behind in child support or is otherwise in violation of the order (visitation, alimony, insurance, medical reimbursement, etc.), we can help you obtain the assistance of the court to correct these problems.
Georgia Family Law – Modifications
Georgia child support laws changed on January 1, 2007, which substantially altered how child support is calculated. This change in the law may allow for an increase or decrease in the amount you are paying or receiving. If you want an evaluation under the revised laws, please contact us. In addition, if you or your ex-spouse have experienced a substantial change in conditions (increased income, relocation, job loss, etc.) since your divorce was finalized, you may be able to modify your divorce agreement.
Georgia Family Law – Family Solutions
We believe in seeking creative strategies for each family to achieve their legal and personal goals. While our objective is to handle each case efficiently, we keep our clients’ goals at the forefront of each decision.
For a consultation with a family law attorney, contact Spooner and Associates, P.C.