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Norcross, GA Family Law Attorneys

At the Norcross, Georgia law firm of Bader Scott Injury Lawyers, we understand that family law issues can have a significant impact on your life. We are a full-service law firm meeting the needs of our clients throughout Georgia. We strive to give you practical advice and to be a strong advocate for you and your family.

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Family law deals with issues that may arise in your family relationships. You may be coping with family law matters that include: a divorce, child custody, child support, mediation, adoption, division of property, father’s rights, and paternity.

Some of our services in the family law area include the following:

Legal Separation in Norcross, Georgia 

It could be that you and your spouse don’t want to obtain a legal Georgia divorce at this time but do want to see a legal separation under Georgia law. Our Norcross, Georgia family law attorneys can assist you and make sure that your rights are protected.

Annulment in Norcross, Georgia 

Annulment in Georgia may be awarded if you can show that your marriage was based on either fraud, bigamy, deception, or incapacity at the time of your marriage occurred. Our Norcross, Georgia attorneys, can assist you with your annulment, and, according to Georgia law, if your annulment is granted, it will be declared void and be retroactive to the date of your marriage.

Divorce in Norcross, Georgia

If you and your spouse have decided to get a divorce, you may be suffering from anxiety, a variety of emotions, and feel like you are completely overwhelmed.

Georgia law says that you must file specific paperwork filed by Georgia’s state rules and procedures. We want to assist you in ensuring that your legal rights are protected, whether you are going through a contested or uncontested divorce. 

Military Divorce in Norcross, Georgia

A divorce from a spouse that is in the military could cause you to face some unique challenges. Our Norcross, Georgia family law attorneys are here to guide you as to where to file and the specific rules regarding military service members that may have an impact on your divorce, child support, or visitation.

Child Custody in Norcross, Georgia 

One of the most challenging issues you’re going to have to handle when you’re going through a divorce is child custody. Our Norcross, Georgia family law attorneys, will try to work within your family’s unique dynamics and understand that during this challenging time, you deserve special treatment.

During child custody discussions, it’s essential to keep in mind that your child deserves a stable and healthy environment for them to thrive, and this includes a relationship with both you and your spouse.

Child custody involves both physical and legal custody of your child. Physical custody is when your child resides with you, and legal custody is when both you and your spouse have input into significant issues surrounding your children, such as medical treatment, schooling, or religion.

The courts in the state of Georgia will either award primary custody to one parent or joint custody to both parents, depending on your circumstances.

Child Support in Georgia

If you and your spouse are getting a divorce, besides child custody, you’re going to have to address child support. Georgia has specific calculations for child support that are quite legally complex. Having an experienced Norcross, Georgia family law attorney at your side can assist you through this process and make sure all of your rights are protected. We can also help you with child support modification.

Alimony/Spousal Support in Georgia

Depending on your circumstances, it may be necessary that alimony/spousal support be paid from one of you to the other following your separation or divorce. Our Norcross, Georgia family law attorneys will work with you to make sure that your best interests are protected and modify an existing spousal support order if necessary. Keep in mind that spousal support/alimony is not awarded in every Georgia divorce matter.

Division of Property in Norcross

Attempting the division of your marital property while going through a divorce is quite a sizeable legal undertaking. While the Georgia courts will require equitable division of your marital property between you and your spouse, the actual analysis and computation of this division can be challenging.

Moreover, if you own a business or are a medical professional, your business and medical practice will all be included in this property division. We can help make sure your legal rights are protected when it comes to dividing up your property during a divorce. 

Mediation in Georgia

If you and your spouse can’t agree on all the issues involved in your Norcross, Georgia divorce, you may want to participate in mediation. Mediation is a proceeding in which a third-party mediator will assist you and your spouse to come to some agreement and solution regarding any unresolved issues in your divorce.

Adoption in Georgia

Our dedicated team of Norcross, Georgia adoption attorneys, want to help you grow your family if you should choose to adopt. We can help you navigate the adoption process if you are a stepparent or relative adoptions, as well as second-parent adoptions. 

Grandparents’ Rights

Sometimes a divorce will change your family dynamics, and many grandparents who’d had a relationship with their grandchildren are suddenly cut out of their lives. In certain situations, grandparents have the right under law to see their grandchildren, and a court can order visitation.

Other Family Law Matters 

In Georgia, the experienced family law attorneys at Bader Scott Injury Lawyers can assist you with any of your family law matters. Not only do we provide services in the areas listed in this article, but we also offer our legal services for such things as prenuptial agreements, name changes, adult orders of protection, child orders of protection, post-judgment enforcement, contempt, modifications, relocation following your divorce, restraining orders, and supervised visitation matters. 

We also offer a free consultation to discuss your case at any one of our Georgia locations.

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