Family Law: Divorce

Making the choice to dissolve a marriage is one of the most difficult decisions you can make. When your spouse refuses to be reasonable in reaching an agreement, it can add another layer to an already difficult process.

The two most contentious disagreements in most divorce are child custody and division of property. These types of divorces generally take longer. In a contested divorce, the court will force you to try to reach an agreement through mediation. With a skilled advocate in your corner, a mediation can bring an end to an otherwise contentious divorce.

Sometimes an agreement is not possible. You need a skilled advocate protecting you in court and fighting for your family. We at Speights law strongly believe cases are often won before ever setting foot in a courtroom. They can be won by working harder and more diligently than the other side using subpoenas or court orders to gather information and facts to support your case. Even when the other side refuses to turn over documents, we utilize all legal options to command cooperation. Once we have facts and documentation we need for your case, we present it to the court in the most persuasive way possible honed through our years of experience.

Why Trust Speights Law?

Speights Law understands that this part of family law is extremely complex and is often filled with emotional complications.
When you choose to work with an attorney from our firm, we will be there for you every step of the way and help you through this difficult process. Our experience in family law cases enables us to obtain the best result for your family.
Contact a Cherokee County family law attorney at our firm today by calling 770-575-8646 to schedule your consultation.

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