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We believe every client should be aware of their rights and should be encouraged and empowered to pursue these rights. That is what we stand for.

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Over 80 Years Of Combined Legal Experience

Over 80 Years Of Combined Legal Experience

Innovative Legal Solutions That Guarantee The Best Possible Outcome

Innovative Legal Solutions That Guarantee The Best Possible Outcome

Our Client’s Satisfaction Is At The Forefront Of Everything We Do

Our Client’s Satisfaction Is At The Forefront Of Everything We Do

We Are Proud To Have Over 65 5-Star Google Reviews

We Are Proud To Have Over 65 5-Star Google Reviews

Georgia divorce & family law firm

georgia divorce and family law firm

Our team of accomplished attorneys specializes in family law and divorce, dedicated to guiding you through challenging times. Renowned for our expertise, our law firm has garnered numerous accolades and awards. However, it’s the satisfaction and success of our clients that truly motivates us. Our commitment is first and foremost to our clients’ objectives, striving tirelessly to be the foremost family law and divorce attorneys in Georgia. We prioritize staying accessible and responsive to our clients, ensuring we deliver outstanding results.

Our clientele is diverse, encompassing individuals from various backgrounds including high-profile executives, professional athletes, law enforcement officers, doctors, musicians, military personnel, teachers, CEOs, and homemakers.

We take great care in maintaining confidentiality and discretion, especially when representing high-profile individuals or their spouses. Respecting our clients’ privacy is a cornerstone of our practice.

We are eager to assist you with your case, no matter its complexity or simplicity, and are committed to achieving the best possible outcome for you.

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Meet Our Attorneys Danny Naggiar & David Sarif

Danny Naggiar

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Meet Our Attorneys Danny Naggiar & David Sarif

Our experienced family law attorneys are well respected in the legal community, having earned numerous awards and distinctions, our team continually strives to make us the best divorce attorneys we can be for our clients. While our attorneys are first and foremost litigators, we are also trained in mediation, collaborative law and as Guardian ad Litems.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does the divorce process work in Georgia?

The divorce process can work in a variety of ways, depending on the circumstances of your case. Below is a generic overview of the basic divorce process:

One spouse files a complaint for divorce in the appropriate county

The complaint for divorce is then served, by law on the other party. This can be accomplished by agreement or through law enforcement.

The party being sued for divorce has 30 days to file a response for the complaint for divorce.

Either party may request a temporary hearing to resolve matters of child support, custody or spousal support on a temporary basis.

During this time the parties may exchange information about all aspects relating to each other as it pertains to their divorce, via a process called discovery.

At this time the parties may exchange settlement offers or attend a formal mediation where a neutral party hopes to facilitate a settlement of all matters before trial.

If the parties are unable to settle their case they may request a trial before a judge or a jury.

How long does the divorce process take?

By law the state of Georgia can only grant a divorce 31 days after everything has been filed. Therefore, technically, it is possible to get divorced in 32 days, but this occurs in the rarest of circumstances and typically applies to uncontested divorces.

The length of the divorce process is really based on the complexity of the case. Some examples include, the inability to agree on any aspect of their divorce, parties with complex financial assets and battles over child custody. Before a court will grant a divorce, every issue pertaining to the spouse’s marriage needs to be resolved and the conduct of the parties during this process can greatly shorten or lengthen the divorce process.

How much does a divorce cost?

Once again, this answer depends on the circumstances of the party. Costs can vary based on the ability or inability of the parties to come to an agreement on their divorce issues. Generally, the more the parties agree upon the less they will spend on their divorce.

Can I file for divorce myself?

Yes. Georgia allows for parties to represent themselves in a divorce action.

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