Divorce

A divorce at its most basic form is a final decree required to legally terminate a valid marriage. During a divorce, the court will decide on property division based on a number of factors, some of which include: what assets were owned by whom before the marriage, the length of the marriage, the amount of work put into acquiring assets, physical and emotional conditions of each spouse, debts acquired by each spouse, and fault in the dissolution of the marriage (abuse, emotional neglect, etc). Divorce actions also often include requests for alimonychild custody, and child support.


If both parties agree to all aspects of divorce, the two can enter into an uncontested divorce.Without an agreement, the divorce is contested. To get started, fill out a divorce worksheet and set up a consultation with one of our attorneys by calling 770-461-2025.


For a divorce with minor children worksheet in Word format, click here and then print the worksheet.
For a divorce with minor children worksheet in pdf format, click here and then print the worksheet.

For a divorce without minor children worksheet in Word format, click here and then print the worksheet.
For a divorce without minor children worksheet in pdf format, click here and then print the worksheet.


To speak to one of our attorneys about divorce, call 770-461-2025.

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