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We get Georgia divorce laws. Divorce in GA is what we do.
Georgia divorce attorney serving clients in need of legal representation in divorce in GA, from Fulton County to Paulding County. We offer reasonably affordable fees for our services. Flat fees may be an option for your case. Call now to discuss your options.
What People Say
“Daesik is a good lawyer, and he is a good person. He was so communicative. Daesik made sure I knew what was going on with every step of my divorce. I felt like Daesik was in complete control throughout the entire 9 months of the proceedings. Daesik fought for me and my children, and we got exactly what we wanted when it finally went to court. I would recommend him to any one of my friends, and already have.”
“He is excellent in every way! He is diligent thoughtful caring smart thorough listening professional and a good man and person. He explain things to me along the way and accomplished exactly what we set out to do. Thank you!”
“Mr. Shin is professional and hard worker. He took care of my case and has done a great job. I strongly recommend him.”
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Divorce in GA
We represent clients in both uncontested and contested divorce in GA cases. We handle issues commonly associated with divorce, from child custody to alimony. Contact a Georgia divorce attorney to see what your options are.
Under certain circumstances, it may be possible to seek modification of an original custody order. To see if modification of custody is an option, contact a Georgia divorce attorney.
A father may file a petition for legitimation to acquire legal rights regarding his child born out of wedlock. Contact a Georgia divorce attorney to see what can be done about legitimation.
We represent clients in matters where child support is the only issue and where child support is a part of a larger case, such as divorce in GA with minor children. Contact a Georgia divorce attorney about child support issues.
Contempt is a willful violation of a court order, such as a final judgment and decree of divorce. For example, a person could be in contempt for failure to pay child support or alimony. A Georgia divorce attorney may be able to help you prosecute or defend a contempt motion.
Temporary protective order is a court order that may provide protection to victims of family violence or stalking. Talk to a Georgia divorce attorney about your options regarding a TPO.