Macon Divorce and Family Law Attorneys
A divorce is like a death in the family and is very emotionally trying even when the parties are amicable. In divorce, dividing marital assets and making decisions about custody can cause emotions to rise to the surface. With strong and experienced guidance, a divorce does not have to escalate to a full-scale legal battle. The law firm of Skinner Family Law works toward fair and efficient resolutions in divorce, custody and other family law matters. While some firms try to prolong cases to charge more in fees, our firm tries to resolve all cases fairly and quickly.
Our Macon-based divorce and family law practice represents men and women throughout Middle Georgia. We have helped clients work through every scenario in more than 25 years of settling property division, custody and visitation, child support and post-decree disputes. We also assist with uncontested divorce, adoption, military divorce - including over the Internet military divorce - and paternity matters.If you or your spouse is in the military, you must retain an attorney who is knowledgeable in military divorces especially concerning child support and retirement.
Contact our Georgia law office today for a free initial phone consultation at (478) 238-0726.
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As we are a small firm, you can always speak directly with us. We are accessible when questions and problems arise, and I take pride in returning phone calls within one business day to keep clients informed of developments in their case.
The long-term implications of divorce require the insights of an experienced lawyer who understands Georgia's family law system. I take the time to listen to your concerns and explain your options. My experience has taught me that a divorce settlement is more favorable than a ruling by a judge after hearing only limited testimony concerning your case. Judges have their own personal biases and rule according to them, not what is best for your situation. However, We will fight to protect your rights and the rights of your children when the other party is uncooperative or vindictive.