Paulding County Contested Divorce Lawyer
Helping Couples throughout Cobb County, Douglas County & the Atlanta Metro Area
A divorce may not be an easy process for all couples. There are many reasons why spouses may disagree on one or more terms of divorce agreement. When spouses cannot come to a divorce agreement on their own, this is known as a contested divorce. One of the most common ways of resolving a contested divorce is settling the disputes in a court-ordered divorce negotiation.
If you end up in court for your divorce, you will want to retain a skilled trial attorney with exceptional legal abilities in matters of divorce and family law. You want a legal team that understands how unique your circumstances are. At Henrickson & Sereebutra, our Paulding County attorneys have 50+ years of collective experience helping clients protect their best interests in divorces and other legal issues.
What Happens in Court?
By nature of a contested divorce, the couple's settlement has not been arranged prior to arriving at court. This means that the court will conduct hearings to understand the best interests and needs of both spouses, then make a judgment.
In a divorce judgment, the court will decide on the following:
The judge's final judgment will have lasting effects a spouse's future and their relationship with their children.
Protect Your Entitlements & Move On with Your Life
Our lawyers in Paulding County understand that every situation in a divorce is unique. When you begin the divorce process, you want to ensure that your best interests—and those of your children—are effectively represented. Our skilled legal team may help you arrange your financials and ensure you are prepared to make your case in court. When it comes to your future, do not leave anything to chance—let an experience attorney guide you through the process and defend your entitlements!
When you are ready to take advantage of our legal team's resources and protect your rights and entitlements in a divorce, call Henrickson & Sereebutra at (770) 212-3313!
Modifying the Divorce Arrangements
One of the greatest dangers of going into a contested divorce without careful preparation and legal protection is ending up with a divorce settlement that puts you in a difficult position with financial strains or an unfair arrangement of child custody or child support. Fortunately, modifications can be made to some aspects of a final divorce decree. This is to protect spouses from an unfair settlement arrangement due to error or fraud, and also to recognize the changing circumstances that parents undergo in their separate lives.
Mediating Contested Divorces
Oftentimes, divorcing spouses in a contested divorce are required to attend and participate in mediation. Some contested divorces may be resolved without lengthy court procedures and heated disputes. Mediation is one alternative that allows spouses to resolve their issues outside of court with the help of a third-party mediator.
In mediation, many hassles and expenses of courtroom procedure are avoided, and healthy communication is frequently fostered through these methods. At Henrickson & Sereebutra, we know that your divorce calls for a personalized approach. We are prepared to help our clients find positive solutions, whether in court or outside of court. Whatever you may be facing, trust a firm who is invested in clients' present circumstances and future opportunities alike.
Schedule a free case consultation today and speak with our divorce attorney in Paulding County!
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