Georgia Family Law Attorneys
Our law firm's family law attorneys, paralegals and staff understand that family law matters can be emotional and challenging. You will find that we give the personal service you need, along with a thorough explanation of family law and your options. We are sympathetic to our clients' situations and if needed tough when pursuing solutions to their problems.
We Know Georgia Family Law
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Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams, LLP in Gainesville, Georgia, has helped many Georgia families deal with divorce and other family law matters. We focus on what is best for our clients.
- Grounds for divorce
- How will the marital property be divided ?
- Will your divorce involve alimony (spousal maintenance)?
- How will debt and assets be divided?
- What if there is a family business involved?
- The discovery process
- Why Hire a Lawyer
- Post-Judgment Modifications
- Divorce Seminar
Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams, LLP can assist you in the many aspects of dissolution of marriages including child custody, child support, property division, and alimony. We will explain the law and how it affects your circumstances.
Child Custody, Visitation and Child Support
- What are your rights and obligations?
- How much will child support be?
- How will parenting time — custody and visitation—be determined?
- A child custody evaluation may be ordered by the judge
Our family law attorneys will answer all of your questions regarding the care of your children following a divorce.
Many things can change after a divorce is final. Does the judgment need to be modified to meet those changes? What factors does the Court consider in determining whether to modify child support or alimony ? Talk to an experienced family law attorney regarding your modification of child support or modification of alimony matter.
Many Courts have gone to mandatory mediation in domestic relations matters. Mediation can often be a cost saving method of resolving complex divorce, child custody and contempt and other domestic cases.
Alimony and Spousal Support
The Judge or Jury can consider numerous factors in determining whether alimony should be awarded, including but not limited to:
- Duration of the marriage
- Causes of separation
- Standard of living
- Financial resources
- If applicable, time necessary to obtain education and training for employment
- Contributions, including homemaking, childcare, education, and career building
- Condition of the parties, including separate estate, earning capacity and fixed liabilities
- Such other factors as are equitable and proper
At Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams, LLP we will discuss each of these factors with you to determine if alimony is appropriate in your case.
Legitimation and Paternity
- Were the parents married at the time the child was conceived?
- Did the parents marry subsequent to the birth of the child?
We can assist you in establishing or denying the parentage of a child.
Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreement
Many people are getting married later in life; and therefore, they have accumulated significant property. We review and draft pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements on a regular basis.
Grandparent and Third Party Custody/Visitation Actions
The lawyers of Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams, LLP represent grandparents, aunts and uncles in pursuit of visitation and/or custody. Parents who are sometimes suffering from addiction issues are unable to care for their children and the grandparents need to raise their children.
- Has the mother or father been fully and timely paying child support?
- Has the parent completed Anger Management as Court ordered?
- Is the parent refraining from drinking or consuming drugs when the children are in his/her care?
Domestic violence includes both emotional and physical abuse, threats, stalking and similar mistreatment. Our lawyers can determine whether a Petition under the Family Violence Act is appropriate or whether a Restraining Order should be entered within the pending divorce action. We can also defend false allegations of abuse.
Our firm handles a wide range of adoptions including, but not limited to:
- Step-parent adoptions
- Third party adoptions
- Agency adoption
- Relative adoptions
Juvenile Courts of Georgia are empowered to hear issues surrounding:
- Criminal charges/delinquency
- Deprivation actions
- Termination actions
Bob Coleman is a former Special Assistant Attorney General (SAAG). Bob served as a SAAG from 1992 until March of 2009. He has tried countless deprivation and termination actions in Juvenile Court.
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Personal Service, Big Capabilities
At the Coleman, Chambers & Rogers law firm, we offer every family law client personal attention, responsive service, and experienced legal counsel. Our attorneys and our support staff are ready to help.
Call 678-928-5757 for a free initial consultation or contact us online.