Experienced In Cobb County Divorce
In January of 1993, one of the largest court-annexed mediation programs in Georgia was created by the Cobb County Superior Court. This was the first mandated divorce mediation program in the state and to this day continues to promote mediation as a valuable tool toward divorce resolutions. If you are seeking a contested divorce in Cobb County, you cannot obtain a divorce decree from the court unless you utilize mediation first. Keep in mind parties still have the right to settle on their own terms and in the event that mediation is unsuccessful, litigation is also an option.
Seeking A Divorce In Cobb County?
At The Law Offices of Abbott & Abbott P.C., we have extensive knowledge and experience with the local court systems in Cobb County. When it comes to a divorce, it is vital you have such an attorney who knows the ins and outs of your particular court system. Let us help you every step of the way in your Cobb County divorce by providing you with aggressive and effective divorce representation.
Helping Clients With Divorce In Cobb County
One of the benefits of utilizing the Cobb County court system for your divorce is that it may actually be faster than other counties, such as Cherokee County. This is largely due to the innovation of the Cobb County Superior Court in mandating mediation. According to the Cobb County Government website, “approximately 100 to 125 cases are referred per month to the mediation program with an overall settlement rate of 63% and a domestic settlement rate of 69%.” While we are prepared to represent you successfully in any mediation, we are also equally able to do so if your case proceeds to divorce litigation.
We can help you resolve all your Cobb County divorce issues, including:
- High asset divorce
- Property division
- Child custody
- Child support
Contact Us For A Consultation
When it comes to having the specific skills and knowledge with Cobb County divorce proceedings, we are the attorneys for you. For more information about our divorce services in Cobb County, contact The Law Offices of Abbott & Abbott P.C. for an appointment. Call our office in Canton (678-792-4908) or Marietta (678-905-8781), Georgia, for a consultation. We accept all major credit cards
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