Resources for Contested Divorce – Resolution Focused Representation
Our attorneys understand that a divorce can bring out the worst in people. We also know, from experience, that the bitterness of contested divorce can cause people to make decisions that can be emotionally and financially devastating for their spouse, themselves, and their children. At Spooner & Associates, we do our best to help diffuse the animosity to work towards the best resolution possible.
Gwinnett Contested Divorce Attorneys Help Solve Conflict
Our attorneys believe in finding the best solution for our clients in a timely and financially efficient manner. We believe it is our job to help you solve your problems, not create new ones. While we will never back down from a fight, we constantly strive for a resolution that, if possible, will allow you to conclude the divorce process with dignity.
Unfortunately, many divorce attorneys encourage a “win at all costs” approach. This approach may be effective in other legal areas, however, in family law, there are often many other considerations, including children. Based on our experience, the “scorched earth” tactics typically results in exorbitant fees, heightened animosity between the parties, and children damaged by the fight. Also, in the end, a judge typically can see through the anger and the final result is likely no better than what could have been obtained with a reasonable approach.
Call a Georgia Divorce Attorney for Help
If you believe that divorce is in your future, we strongly urge you to find quality representation that fits your personality. We hope that you will consider our firm. If you would like to discuss your options and determine if we are the right firm for you, please contact us by phone, email, or at our contact us page to schedule a complimentary half-hour consultation. You can also view our video on this page. Whether or not you choose our firm, we suggest you get quality representation. You do not want to go through this process alone.
We routinely help clients with contested divorce issues in North Metro Atlanta counties including: Gwinnett, Hall, Forsyth, Barrow, Dekalb, Banks, and Jackson counties.