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Divorce

Few events in life are as emotional and stressful as divorce. Children, property, schedules, and retirement are all affected by it. That’s why choosing the right attorney is arguably the most important decision when you are seeking a divorce or any modification of your previous agreement. From determining what is and what is not marital property, to securing all the necessary documentation,  Justin J. Wyatt uses over 15 years of divorce case experience to get his clients what they need to start their next chapter.  Knowledge and expertise are crucial in these cases and Attorney Wyatt has both. In addition, the staff at Justin J. Wyatt & Associates will do the best they can to relieve the stress of your divorce and make the process as easy for you as possible.

All Superior Courts in all counties in  the State of Georgia issue a standing order that all divorce cases must enter into mediation before a final hearing can be scheduled. The idea behind this is to attempt to get the parties to reach an agreement, thereby avoiding a trial. At trial, a total stranger – the judge – makes major decisions that will govern your family, your financial situation, and may drastically change your ownership of your personal property. Mediation is used to get the parties to prioritize, in order that both are reasonably satisfied with the final outcome. No party in a divorce gets absolutely everything they want in their agreement and mediation is the first step to identify what matters most. While mediation can save time and money, never forget that any agreement that is reached is legally binding. Therefore, divorcing couples should each be represented by an experienced divorce attorney who has worked with skilled mediators and can protect the client’s best interests.

Any good divorce attorney will tell you that reaching an agreement through mediation is usually best for both parties. In addition to saving money, mediation can also save you the stress involved with not knowing how your divorce agreement will be structured if left to the judge in your case.

Call Justin J. Wyatt & Associates at (770) 422-2221 to schedule your free consultation today. Have your case reviewed by the most effective Divorce attorney in Marietta, Georgia. We serve metro-Atlanta clients in Cobb, Cherokee, Fulton, Gwinnett, and Paulding Counties. Our most important considerations are you and getting the results you need.