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Family law disputes are stressful, time-consuming, and often feel never-ending. Fortunately, creative solutions are possible which can bring closure to the dispute in a satisfactory way. At Buckhead Family Law, we have over a decade of experience tackling a full array of family law issues, from the small to the most complex. If you have an issue, we have solutions. Please contact our Marietta family lawyers for more information.


Helping men and women get divorced is a big part of what we do. Whether you are seeking an uncontested divorce or cannot agree on anything with your spouse, we’ve got you covered. We can negotiate on your behalf, draft a marital settlement agreement, and sit beside you in mediation. We also have deep experience litigating all essential issues, including child support, child custody, alimony, and property division.

Disputes don’t end simply because you have a divorce decree. We can seek to modify child support, child custody, or alimony if there has been a substantial change in circumstances. We can also enforce any court order when your ex fails to comply.

Our team can draft or review a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, ensuring that you are fully protected. If necessary, we can also challenge a marital agreement in court.

Men do not have rights or obligations unless they are established as the child’s father. Our office can help men establish paternity or legitimation. We have also represented mothers when a father is resistant to acknowledging his paternity.

Men or women who are being abused or terrorized do not have to suffer silently. Instead, they can seek a protection order to keep their abuser away. This is a court order, with the full weight of the law behind it. If your abuser violates the order by contacting you, the police can arrest him.

Temporary restraining orders are available immediately without a hearing if you face imminent harm. Before a judge can enter a permanent order, however, the court must hear from your abuser. Protective orders can prohibit or limit contact, keep your abuser from possessing a firearm, and force him or her to move out of the home.

The bond between grandparents and their grandchildren is special. At Buckhead Law, our family lawyers in Marietta can help grandparents maintain contact by seeking visitation. Grandparents have standing to request visitation, or they can intervene in an ongoing divorce.

When the parents remain married, the law respects their right to decide who their children can see. However, our clients are more successful seeking visitation when a parent has died or the couple has divorced. A judge will only grant visitation if it is in the child’s best interests.

If you need help with divorce or another family law dispute, contact us. Buckhead Family Law has helped countless people resolve family law disputes, often outside of court. We will do everything we can to protect your rights.

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