Before the introduction of no-fault divorce to the state of Georgia, getting a divorce meant that one spouse had to prove that the other had done something wrong or had acted in a way that caused the breakdown of the marriage. There are many types of fault grounds in Georgia, which may include adultery, physical or mental abuse, abandonment, confinement, insanity, the inability to be intimate, etc.
No-fault divorce laws remove the need to find fault and give either spouse the freedom to initiate a divorce based upon only the claim of 'irretrievable differences.' At the law firm of Abbott & Abbott, our experienced attorneys can help you pursue a no-fault divorce and assist you with all of the issues that can come along in the process, such as child custody, child support and alimony.
Contact our Georgia divorce lawyers in Canton at 678-792-4908 or Marietta at 678-905-8781 or speak with a divorce lawyer online.
Let Us Protect Your Rights in a No-Fault Divorce
Whether your divorce is based upon grounds or is based upon irretrievable differences, the issues involved are no less important and can still have a tremendous impact on you, your spouse and any children who are involved. Our attorneys will investigate the specifics of your case and safeguard your rights throughout the process.
What happens in a divorce will affect every aspect of your life. Our law firm is continuously aware of how important every step in the process is for you and your family. When it is in your best interest, we will not hesitate to take your case to trial. We are known in Georgia for our effective legal and trial work.
If you need a Canton or Marietta family law lawyer, contact our no-fault divorce attorneys for an appointment. Call our office in Canton (678.792.4908) or Marietta (678.905.8781), Georgia, for a free 30-minute consultation. We accept all major credit cards.