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Paulding County Divorce Lawyer

Protecting Clients in Cobb County, Douglas County & the Atlanta Metro Area

Divorce is rarely easy, and whether you and your spouse are on amicable terms or you cannot speak without getting into an argument, you deserve to have an advocate on your side throughout the process to safeguard your personal interests in the situation. The terms of your final divorce settlement may have a large impact on your life for the coming months and years, potentially affecting your financial stability, your standard of living and even your ability to have a meaningful relationship with your children.

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How Can Our Paulding County Divorce Lawyers Help You?

Let us guide you through this trying time and assist you and your family towards coming to a place of agreement, no matter how complex the situation may be. You deserve to have a qualified family law attorney walking with you along every step of the way who can maximize the end outcome for you and your loved ones.

Henrickson & Sereebutra can help you with the following:

Why Work With Our Firm?

We know that every divorce is unique. That is why we offer each of our clients a personalized approach to address the individual circumstances of their cases and help them pursue an effective divorce settlement resolution. Our Paulding County divorce attorneys use our experience as former prosecutors to resolve all kinds of legal issues that arise before, during, and after a divorce.

What Divorce Procedure is Best for You?

A court-supervised divorce is not for everyone. Some spouses are able to separate more amicably than others. If you are preparing for an uncontested divorce, our legal team may help you maintain a fair procedure throughout negotiations. If you are engaging in a contested divorce, we may protect your rights and best interests throughout the trial hearings and after final judgment. We also offer dedicated legal guidance for alternative methods, such as divorce mediation.

Assistance with Post-Decree Modifications

The truth is, a divorce may give rise to a number of legal troubles for years after a settlement is arranged, especially when children are involved. As each spouse moves on in their separate lives, changing circumstances may require legal action to maintain fair support payments and custody arrangements. Our divorce lawyer in Paulding County assists clients in making court-ordered modifications to divorce arrangements.

We Stand Ready to Defend Our Clients' Rights

In family law matters, the best interests of the children are first and foremost in the decisions made by judges. We are ready to help our clients assert their rights when it comes to protecting their children. If you are struggling with custody, visitation, or other issues as a mother, father, or grandparent, we may be able to help you demonstrate the important role you play in a child's life before a judge in court. Take legal action to help secure the upbringing and future opportunities of your children with our firm by your side.

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Understanding the Different Divorce Procedures

When it comes to getting a divorce, there are different procedures that can be followed depending on your specific situation. Our experienced Paulding County divorce lawyers can help you navigate through the various options and determine the best course of action for your case.

Some of the common divorce procedures include:

  • Uncontested Divorce: If you and your spouse can agree on all aspects of the divorce, including division of assets and child custody, an uncontested divorce may be the best option.
  • Contested Divorce: When there are disagreements between you and your spouse on key issues, a contested divorce may be necessary. Our attorneys can provide strong advocacy to protect your rights and interests.
  • Mediated Divorce: Mediation can be a more amicable and cost-effective way to resolve divorce issues with the assistance of a neutral third party.
  • Collaborative Divorce: This approach involves a commitment to resolving issues without going to court, and can be a cooperative and respectful way to end a marriage.

By understanding the different divorce procedures available, you can make informed decisions about the best approach for your unique situation. Contact us today to discuss your options and get the legal guidance you need.

Call Henrickson & Sereebutra Today!

As a highly rated, esteemed Paulding County County firm, we have helped hundreds of individuals and families throughout Georgia with their various divorce and family needs. No case is too difficult for us to handle with a certain level of compassion and understanding.

Do not wait until it is too late to receive the kind of help you both need and deserve in tricky situations such as divorce or custody battles. Trust a firm with 75+ years of collective experience as former prosecutors to help you protect your best interests.

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