Stone Mountain Divorce Attorneys

Stone Mountain Divorce AttorneysAre you considering filing for divorce, or were you served divorce papers in Stone Mountain? If so, contact an experienced Stone Mountain divorce attorney at Kessler & Solomiany, LLC for the compassionate and knowledgeable representation you need and deserve. 

In the year 2020, the divorce rate in the state of Georgia was 1.9 divorces per 1,000 people. The same year, the marriage rate in Georgia was 5.1 marriages per 1,000 people. This means that the rate of divorces compared to marriage was approximately 37%. While this is on the low end of the spectrum as compared to other states, it corresponds to a statistical average rate of about one out of every three marriages ending in divorce. This means that you’re not alone, and it’s important to remember that a better, brighter future awaits you. With our help, we can help you resolve your divorce and move on with your life. 

Call Kessler & Solomiany, LLC today at (404) 688-8810 to discuss your case with one of our divorce attorneys. We can help you understand your options so you can make the best decision for your future. Let us put our decades of experience to work for you. 

Family Law Cases We Handle

Our Stone Mountain legal team has the skills and experience to handle all types of divorce and family law matters, including:

  • Divorce – Even if your situation seems amicable, you need to speak with an attorney. This is even more true if your case is contentious. Your finances, property, and your relationships with your children are all at stake. You need an experienced divorce lawyer to fight for the best possible outcome for you and your family.
    • High Profile Divorce Cases – We understand the unique considerations of divorces that involve celebrities, athletes, musicians, entertainers, and high net worth individuals. We are experienced in handling these types of cases, including working with agents, personal assistants, and publicists.
  • Alimony and Spousal Support – The determination of alimony can be complex. It may be short-term or long-term and involves many factors. These can include the duration of the marriage, both parties’ finances, standard of living, age, and emotional condition of the spouse who is seeking alimony.
  • Appeals – Whether you are seeking to appeal a decision or if you need to defend against an impending appeal, we can help. There are time-sensitive considerations that are critical to navigating the situation properly, so you need to act quickly.
  • Child Custody and Visitation – No matter if you are seeking sole or joint custody, you need to understand all the details of the arrangement. It may not be immediately clear how the implications will affect you until it is too late. We can help you protect your relationship and future with your children.
  • Child Support – The goal after a divorce is final is for a child’s life to stay as normal as possible. Parents are legally required to provide both physical care and monetary support for their children. Regardless of which spouse is seeking child support, you need to have a strong attorney on your side.
  • Contempt Actions – It is our hope for you that the agreements and judicial orders made in your case are complied with thereafter. Unfortunately, this does not always happen. If you suspect that there are violations of a family court order, you need to call us as soon as possible. This may take the form of issues regarding child custody or division of property.
  • Grandparents and Third-party Custody/Visitation – For various reasons, parents are sometimes unable to reach an agreement for custody of children after a divorce. This means that custody issues may be decided in court by a judge. The state of Georgia strongly prefers that the natural parents of children have custody. However, this is not always the case and Georgia law permits grandparents to pursue visitation rights and custody.
  • Legitimation and Paternity – These are critical to establish when a child was born outside of marriage and they affect the legal rights and responsibilities of the child’s parents. Paternity refers to proving who the biological father of a child is. Legitimation is a legal action that establishes legal rights for a father when a child is born out of wedlock.
  • Mediation – When a divorce is not contentious, mediation can be a beneficial option. This is usually more cost-effective than going to trial. It also offers more control over the outcome of the resulting settlement.
  • Pre/Post Nuptial Agreements – These are created before or after wedding vows, respectively. Agreements of this type can provide protection, regardless of the net worth or assets of each partner prior to marriage. No one enters a marriage with the expectation that it will end in divorce. However, you owe it to yourself to consider if this is right for your relationship.
  • Restraining and Protective Orders – If there is a prior history of physical violence, or if there is stalking or unwanted touching, you need to speak with an attorney now. It’s a crime to touch someone without their permission. You may wonder if your situation is serious enough to merit a protective order. If this is the case, call us today to make sure you and your family are protected.

How Kessler & Solomiany, LLC Can Help

Stone Mountain Divorce AttorneysSince 1991, we have been representing Georgia residents just like you. We are here to serve the community of Stone Mountain as well as the Greater Atlanta area. Our legal team has built our reputation on compassion, professionalism, and getting results for our clients. We proudly share their testimonials here, and will be ready to discuss how we could help you during a confidential consultation.

We have extensive experience helping people like you over our more than 30 years in business. Our attorneys are well-versed in Georgia family law. We understand the implications presented by various aspects of ending a marriage. Even if your situation seems relatively straightforward, there may be future consequences that are not obvious.

You owe it to yourself to discuss your situation with an experienced divorce attorney. We are ready to guide you through this time so you can focus on your family. Our lawyers know that there is a significant amount on the line. Your life after the end of the marriage depends on the decisions you make now.

Our attorneys are prepared to meet with you for an initial consultation. We will let you know what to expect and can lay out the options for you. Kessler & Solomiany, LLC will take the same level of care with your case as we would with our own. We are upfront about anticipated costs and the amount of time it may take to resolve your case.

Call a Stone Mountain Family Lawyer Now

We understand that getting a divorce can be a challenging time. You might be wondering what to expect and what you should do next. We invite you to review our answers to some of the most common questions we receive. When you’re ready, reach out to us to discuss your situation with a knowledgeable member of our team. We’re available by phone or online, so contact us now.