Georgia Divorce Options
Unfortunately, divorce happens, and it can be a complex process. There are a number of steps to take and mistakes can complicate and delay the progression of the case. In addition to completing the accurate paperwork, the petition for divorce must be filed under the correct category. Divorce lawyers in Atlanta will work with you to make sure you understand the process and will tell you what you need to provide for your case. A Cobb County divorce attorney will also answer all of your questions regarding the procedure and advise on the likely outcome. One main point to recognize is that there are two main categories under which a divorce can be filed: uncontested divorce (no-fault) and contested divorce (fault).
Uncontested divorce is the most common way a divorce is filed. This means that both parties have agreed to the termination of the marriage, agreed to all related aspects to the divorce such as custody, division of property and division of debts, if necessary and have decided to initiate the divorce proceedings. In this instance, once the divorce is filed, it can be completed within 30 days.
However, in contested divorces, there are many more steps and evidence is needed. This type of divorce is sought when the parties cannot agree as to the basis of the divorce, particularly where there has been evidence of adultery, fraud in obtaining the marriage, mental and/or physical cruelty or conviction of a crime for which long term imprisonment occurs and among many others. Divorce lawyers in Atlanta are well-versed in these types of cases and can help you gather the necessary requirements to prove that a divorce should be filed under this category. When you work with the Fuller Law Group, a Cobb County divorce attorney will ensure that you understand the way this option works and how this will impact the way other portions of the divorce are decided, including child custody and property division.
If you are in need of legal representation for a divorce, contact the Fuller Law Group to help. Your case will be handled with the utmost professionalism and the attorneys will work in your best interest.