Marietta Divorce Attorney
Fighting for You in Divorce in Marietta, GA
If you are preparing to end your marriage and move into a new phase of your life, contact Henrickson & Sereebutra LLC for a free case evaluation with an attorney from the firm, to learn about your legal options and to begin working on a strategy for your
divorce. The terms of your final divorce settlement can largely determine the course of your life for years to come, with possible effects on your financial stability, your standard of living and even your relationship with your children. You have too much at stake to take any chances with the outcome of this situation-let an attorney from the team of former prosecutors at the firm fight for you!
Divorce Statistics for Georgia
According to a 2010 survey conducted by the United States Census Bureau, there were 38,729 men who reported being divorced in the previous year, as well as 44,365. The National Vital Statistics System reports that the divorce rate in Georgia was 3.2 per 1,000 total population statewide in 2003, the most recent data available, as compared with the nationwide rate of 7.7 per 1,000 people in the same year. The Georgia Division of Child Support Services states that approximately 337,000 parents statewide have been ordered to pay child support, 60.7% of whom are current on their payments and 91% of whom are the father. Divorce is common in Marietta and throughout the state, but every case is unique and deserves an individual approach from a dedicated attorney.
Henrickson & Sereebutra LLC: Areas of Practice
An attorney from the firm is prepared to stand by you throughout the entire process of the dissolution of your marriage, from your initial consultation through negotiations with your spouse and your spouse's lawyer over matters such as child custody and
debt division and
spousal support. If
domestic violence is a factor, an attorney from the team will help you address issues such as protective orders and child custody.
Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce
If you and your spouse are able to come to agreements on these issues outside of court, you can potentially save a considerable amount of time, money and stress by achieving an uncontested divorce. Even if you are still at odds on these subjects, the firm can help you pursue an uncontested divorce through neutral
mediation services, where the attorney will represent neither party but will work to facilitate discussions and ensure that all legal aspects of the situation are addressed. Another option is
collaborative divorce, in which both parties and their attorneys sign an agreement to avoid adversarial litigation at all cost. The firm can also fight for you in a
contested divorce, arguing on your behalf, defending your rights in the situation and working tirelessly to help you reach the end of the process in the best possible position to start your life after divorce.
Representing You in Divorce and Beyond
The firm's services extend beyond the finalization of your divorce, including going to court for enforcement of court orders on matters such as shared custody, child support and alimony. If your former spouse has violated the terms of your divorce settlement, an attorney from the firm can help you seek redress from the court, which may intervene to compel the other party's cooperation such as through a wage garnishment or even an arrest. An attorney from the firm can also help you petition for a
modification of the orders, such as if you need to
relocate with your children to another county or state. Other services provided by the firm include guidance through the process of
paternity actions including
legitimation of fatherhood and actions to protect
father's rights and even
Contact the Firm Today to Begin the Process
Whether you are involved in a high-net worth divorce, a
military divorce or any other situation, an attorney from the firm is ready to meet with you today to help you take the first steps. They will work closely with you throughout the entire process, striving to protect your financial stability and shield your family from stressful factors such as
parental alienation. If you want a dedicated advocate whose sole purpose is to defend your rights and your future,
contact the firm today.