The Full Advantages Of Our Aggressive Representation
We are committed to helping you achieve independence and get to the next stage in your life sooner. If alimony or child support is involved in your divorce case, independence will of course be relative, but we will work to maximize your best possible results to put your next chapter on solid footing.
Divorce is generally about forging agreements between two parties who are likely separating because agreement on anything is extremely difficult to achieve. Your interests can be sabotaged to great effect under a number of circumstances and family law matters. If the other party’s lawyer has more firepower and better negotiation skills than your lawyer, you will not be happy with the results.
At The Law Offices of Abbott & Abbott, P.C., trial lawyers with over 30 years of combined experience in Georgia courts are at your side as strategic counsel and dedicated representatives every step of the way.
We leave nothing to chance and will protect your rights and interests comprehensively.
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Our strong familiarity with court procedures and judges’ ruling histories in Cherokee, Cobb and Fulton counties enables us to customize your divorce case based on location, judge’s style, opposing attorney’s style and results, your property distribution, your family dynamics, your unique needs and goals, and much more.
We will help you forge agreements that set you up for future success, protect your children’s best interests alongside your goals and secure fair financial settlements.
People come to our law firm because of our reputation in court litigation. They realize the value of our representation when we exceed expectations in negotiations because of our courtroom reputation.
Please call our firm in Marietta at 678-905-8781, Canton at 678-792-4908 or toll free at 678-905-8781 to schedule a consultation with one of our lawyers. We are also available and responsive through secure email. We look forward to meeting with you.
If your legal custody and parenting agreement no longer fits your family's needs, either parent can seek a modification in Georgia. After the court approves your initial parenting plan, you can request a change in visitation or parenting time once every two years....