Lawrenceville Contested Divorce Lawyers

Serving Clients In Gwinnett County, DeKalb County And Fulton County, Georgia

It seems that everyone has heard horror stories about friends or relatives involved in contested divorce that took a heavy emotional and financial toll on the entire family. While it is true that most divorces will have some contested issues to deal with, even the most complex property and custody disputes can be settled when the attorneys involved have skill and experience.

If your pending Georgia divorce will involve contested issues such as high-asset division, spousal support and custody arrangements, sit down with a lawyer at Lowendick Law Office. From offices in Lawrenceville, our lawyers provide legal advice and representation for clients in Gwinnett County, DeKalb County and Fulton County, Georgia. Call us at 770-338-8300 or contact us by email to arrange a free consultation with one of our experienced Lawrenceville contested divorce attorneys today.

No matter how “amicable” you think your divorce should be, some spouses and opposing attorneys simply aren’t willing to cooperate and reach a reasonable settlement. Taking a case to trial requires more work outside of the courtroom than it does once the judge takes the bench. Contested divorce litigation is something we have extensive experience with. We know what it takes to prepare strong, clear evidence, and we are comfortable presenting cases in front of a judge and jury.

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Our law firm is AV Preeminent peer review rated* through Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating. We offer a free initial consultation and accept all major credit cards for your convenience. Call us at 770-338-8300 or use our convenient email form to contact us today.

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