Roswell Divorce Lawyer

There are often many factors that lead up to getting a divorce and many tough decisions to make. If you have decided to get a divorce or are considering doing so, you understand how stressful it is. Sometimes it is a matter of escaping a dangerous or toxic relationship, and in other situations, your spouse is the one who has decided to leave. For some, divorce is a decision you make together when going separate ways seems like the best choice for everyone involved.

No matter why you are getting divorced, it can be a difficult time. There are so many things to consider, such as child custody and visitation, child support, the division of financial assets, and more. Emotions are high, and the decisions you make now will impact you and your family for years to come.

The attorneys at Kessler & Solomiany, LLC understand the complexities that come with divorce, and we are here to support you for all of your legal needs. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

Why You Need a Lawyer

roswell divorce lawyerDivorcing couples commonly think that it will be easy enough to make decisions about dividing assets and negotiating child custody agreements on their own, without the help of a lawyer. However, through our years of experience, we have seen that when tensions are high, it is not easy to agree on these issues.

The details can be more complicated than you initially realized, and unexpected situations can come up that catch everyone off guard. Overall, the divorce process can take months and sometimes even years. It is important that you find an attorney you trust to help you navigate the legal challenges that come with this process.

By working with an experienced divorce attorney, you will be more likely to arrive at a fair financial decision and a child custody agreement that will be favorable for both parents as well as the children. Paying for a lawyer may feel like a heavy financial cost in the beginning, but down the road, you will look back and realize it was money well spent.

Why Choose Kessler & Solomiany, LLC?

Kessler & Solomiany, LLC is one of the largest family law firms in the Roswell area. With over 15 attorneys, we are equipped to help you through the legal aspects of getting a divorce. Our attorneys Randall Kessler and Marvin Solomiany have been recognized among the top 100 attorneys in Georgia.

Our goal is to help you understand and navigate the legal complexities of family law, while still paying close attention to the more emotional details that are important to you. We know that each person we represent is going through a very difficult time in their life, and we want to support you in every way we can.

Issues We Handle

Every divorce is different because every family is different. Our attorneys have education and experience handling all types of family law issues including:

We will discuss the details of your case together during our initial consultation to get an idea of which of these issues may be applicable to you.

Consultation and Fees

family law consultationDuring our initial consultation, we will take the time to listen to your situation and help you understand how Georgia laws apply to you and your situation. From that point, we can give you an idea of the options you have as you move through the divorce process. Our goal is to help you feel comfortable with our team from the very first meeting. Our attorneys are good listeners who want to make things go as smoothly as possible for you and make sure all of your needs and desires are met.

We will also be able to give you an estimate of how much time we will need to spend on your case and help you understand our fees. Since unexpected circumstances sometimes occur during the divorce process, we cannot guarantee an exact cost, but we will always keep you informed of anything that will impact you financially.

Frequently Asked Questions

The divorce process can feel overwhelming, but we are here to answer all of your questions. Here are the answers to some commonly asked questions.

What are the grounds for divorce?

According to Georgia law, there are 13 grounds for divorce. One of them is that the marriage is “irretrievably broken”, which is considered a no-fault divorce. You will not need to prove fault to get a divorce based on this ground.

How long will the divorce process take?

The timeframe varies greatly from family to family. If the divorce is “uncontested,” meaning you come to an agreement outside of court on issues such as custody, child support, division of finances and property, etc., the divorce may be granted 31 days after it is filed. However, if it becomes necessary to decide any of these issues in court, the timing will depend on the court schedule. Sometimes it can take months or even years for a divorce to be finalized.

Can I file for divorce if I am still living with my spouse?

Yes, you can file for divorce while you are still living together. However, you must meet the legal definition of being separated, which means you cannot be having sexual relations.

Contact a Roswell Family Lawyer Today

It is important to remember that nearly 50% of first-time marriages end in divorce, and you are not alone during this difficult time. The attorneys of Kessler & Solomiany, LLC are dedicated to helping people like you move forward with their lives as you adjust to a new family structure. With the right arrangements, a divorce can sometimes provide you and your family with new opportunities and a bright future.

It is helpful to involve an attorney early on in the divorce process so you can begin working out the details of these tough decisions you will need to make. Contact us today at (404) 688-8810 to schedule a consultation.