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Atlanta Contested Divorce Litigation Attorneys

Posted on: September 16th, 2013

Atlanta Divorce Litigation Attorneys

Divorces are sensitive matters. Division of assets and alimony – these things can become a real stressor and make a real and lasting impact on your and your loved ones lives forever.  Kitchens New Cleghorn, LLC. specializes in all aspects of Atlanta divorce litigation – please find our information on these topics and more below.

High Asset Divorce Litigation Atlanta

High Asset Divorce Litigation in Atlanta is no doubt something you have looked into. If you are dealing with a contested divorce in the Atlanta area, and especially if significant assets are involved, having an experienced litigation divorce attorney will be essential to ensuring that your interests are protected. A contested divorce is exactly what it sounds like — one in which spouses cannot agree on specific details concerning the end of their marriage, such as child custody, child support, alimony payments, and more. In cases of high net-worth individuals, the stakes in a divorce can be high, and it is the job of your attorney to present as much evidence as possible in order to influence the court’s decisions. The high asset divorce litigation Atlanta attorneys at Kitchens New Cleghorn, LLC rely on years of experience and will work closely with you to gather the facts and information necessary to present your case and influence the court toward a decision that will best serve your needs.We pride ourselves on offering not just legal counsel, but personal dependability during your high asset divorce litigation, Atlanta.

Atlanta Contested Divorce Attorneys

We understand, you need information on Atlanta contested divorce attorneys. There are two main types of divorce – contested and uncontested divorce in Fulton County Court. In the case of an uncontested divorce, both parties are able to agree on the specifics of the divorce, negotiate, and reach a plan that is presented to the court. Unfortunately, things don’t often occur this way, and this is when having a strong advocate on your side is essential.

A contested divorce occurs when spouses can’t agree on key things concerning their split. Some of those can include:

and more. When an agreement on these personal details can’t be reached, a court may suggest mediation to reach a settlement and avoid a more costly and emotional trial. Should that process not work, the divorce would proceed to trial. Attorneys for your spouse will then enter the “discovery” phase, researching finances and other personal details to build their case and influence a decision that will benefit your spouse. It’s key that you have representation that will work even harder to present the court with facts and information that will benefit you. Reach out to our Atlanta contested divorce attorneys to discuss the details of your case.

Contested Divorces in Atlanta, GA

Sometimes personal conflict makes a contested divorce inevitable: A couple may simply be at an impasse on vital issues. Other times spouses begin the divorce process on the same page with regards to sensitive issues like child custody only to find they ultimately disagree.

And still other times, our Atlanta contested divorce attorneys may feel it is not advisable for a client to negotiate with their spouse. This is typical when a divorce involves allegations of domestic abuse or other power imbalances that may make truly fair negotiation hard. Our lawyers will review the circumstances of your divorce honestly and help you determine what type of divorce works best for you.

Contact Us

Our contested divorce lawyers in Atlanta are ready to help you understand the details of getting a contested divorce. To talk with one of our attorneys or to find an attorney to represent you, either give us a call at (404) 844-2856 or simply fill out the brief form on this site.

Atlanta Office

Our Atlanta office is located in the heart of Buckhead at 2973 Hardman Court, Atlanta, GA 30305. Plenty of free parking is available on-site. For directions to our office, call (404) 844-2856.

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