What To Expect In Fulton County Divorce
Divorces vary from county to county. The procedures are different, the judges are different and the time it takes for your divorce to become final can vary. Therefore, it is imperative to hire a local attorney who knows the ins and outs of your county’s court system.
At The Law Offices of Abbott & Abbott, P.C., our attorneys are well-versed in handling Fulton County divorces and will help you navigate through the process of obtaining a divorce in Fulton County as well as other family law matters.
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Status Hearings Speed Up Your Divorce
In our experience, divorces can be finalized faster in Fulton County than in other counties. One reason they proceed more quickly is that Fulton County requires monthly status hearings in every divorce case. These status hearings keep the divorce moving forward before and after the main divorce hearing. The parties have a chance to discuss the status of the proceedings and communicate about the next steps.
We are committed to helping you get the most out of your status hearings. Our Fulton County divorce lawyers arrive at the hearing ready to fight for your best interests at every turn.
Fulton County divorces may move faster due to the courts requiring each couple to attend mediation before their final divorce hearing. Our divorce attorneys are skilled at mediation in Fulton County and negotiation. We will advocate on your behalf and make sure that your rights are protected. If you and your spouse cannot reach an agreement in mediation, we are prepared to go to court for you.
Contact A Knowledgeable Fulton County Divorce Lawyer
Every county has its own set of rules and procedures and if your attorney isn’t familiar with them, it can be harmful to your case. At The Law Offices of Abbott & Abbott, P.C., we know Fulton County and are well-prepared to navigate you through the various procedures as mandated by the court.
Contact an Atlanta family law lawyer to schedule an appointment to discuss your divorce. Whether you have a high-asset divorce or a military divorce, you can call our office in Canton (678-792-4908) or Marietta (678-905-8781), Georgia, for a consultation. We accept all major credit cards.
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....