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Divorce and Family Law in Cleveland, GA

Family law is a portion of state law that addresses the most personal legal matters, including divorce. As a divorce will have a long term impact on you, your children (if any) and your finances, you want to ensure that your rights and interests are protected by a high quality Cleveland divorce lawyer. It is advised that you discuss your concerns with us at the Fox Firm, P.C. before you move forward. We can advise you how the courts, and state law could impact the outcome of your divorce with regard to property distribution, child custody and support, and alimony, as well as other important issues. We have served as counsel for many years in family court, and we have a great insight into the system, the various formulas that are applied in a divorce, and the options that could be open to you to resolve your divorce at the least cost to you, financially and personally.

Litigation: Contested Divorce Cases in Cleveland

Some couples cannot come to a compromise, or the two are so far apart in what they believe that there is no ability to come to a reasonable resolution. In these cases, it is necessary to take the case to court for a decision. Such a case could involve a high net worth situation, or two parties that are in conflict over matters regarding the family home, debts or children and custody. We are high quality divorce trial lawyers, and we know what it takes to present a persuasive case in court. Our Cleveland divorce attorney will carefully prepare every detail of the case to present to court, and we have access to respected authorities to provide testimony if necessary, including forensic accountants, child care experts and others. Your case is unique. We should analyze your situation to determine the best strategy for your case.

Cleveland Uncontested Divorce

Some married couples remain in fairly good communication, and can work out what is fair without the need for trial. An uncontested, simple divorce is far faster to resolve, naturally. It is still important to have your agreement drafted and reviewed by a Cleveland divorce lawyer that will get the correct filings done, review your agreement, and advise you if there is any issue that the court may not find acceptable. For example, all matters regarding children are viewed from the basic principle of the "best interests of the child." This includes access to both parents. You may feel that you are best served by just getting your divorce over with, but don't do anything that you could later regret, particularly when children and finances are involved. We assist in all types of divorce cases, including an uncontested divorce, and you can call upon us to get the job done, so you can move on with your new life.

Contact the Fox Firm, P.C. today for information about divorce and family law.

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