S. Dixon Law Offices offers Divorce Law Services in Buckhead Atlanta
Many Couples Do not anticipate Divorce – You need a Divorce Law Firm that can help guide you through the emotional and legal process.
Many couples never anticipate a divorce. Therefore, they do not plan for the emotional distress and financial burden that may come as a result of the process of going through a divorce. The decisions that are made during your divorce can affect your life and the life of your children for years to come. However, an experienced divorce law attorney who will diligently advocate for you (and is experienced in divorce law) can help you achieve the best outcome possible during this stressful time in your life. At S. Dixon Law Offices, we are a divorce law firm dedicated to protecting our clients’ rights in divorces involving marital debt division, child custody, marital property division, child support, and spousal support.It is important to consider various factors when you choose a law firm for your divorce or conflict resolution services.
We practice Family & Divorce Law and have recently included Family Law Mediation Services to our extensive Menu.
Attorney Stephanie D. Dixon is a registered Mediator for the “State of Georgia”. It is also important to note that the Attorney that mediates your case cannot be your divorce attorney as well. This would be a direct conflict of interest.
Does your potential lawyer have experience with “Georgia Divorce Law”?
Attorney Stephanie D. Dixon and her team have over a decade of experience in Divorce Law. This includes Child Custody, Child Custody Modification, Child Support, Child Visitation, Alimony, Adoption Law, and all aspects of Georgia Family Law. We have represented many clients in the last several years that came to us for or their initial divorce and ended up coming back for custody and child support modifications after the fact. The goal is always to create the best possible scenario for the children and the entire family.
Does your potential lawyer have a willingness to prepare you for potential upcoming legal fees?
S. Dixon Law offices provide competitive fees to their clients, seeking a divorce, and though the location calls for many high-end divorces, the firm remains priced well within the standard of the legal community in the Atlanta area. S. Dixon Law Offices offers fee-based consults. Fees will be discussed during your initial consult, so there are no surprises when it comes to your invoice or statements to come. Any changes to fees during the process will be clarified by the legal team along the way.
Will your lawyer diligently advocate for you?
S. Dixon Law’s team of professionals can help you achieve the best possible outcome for your divorce. Stephanie D. Dixon is a well-known Atlanta Attorney who will zealously advocate for you. S. Dixon Law Offices is very familiar with the Atlanta metropolitan area courts and has argued before many local judges. She handles high-profile divorces, same-sex divorces, high-conflict divorces, domestic violence cases, contested child custody matters, etc.
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When you hire Attorney Stephanie D. Dixon, you can count on strong advocacy, fair fees, and personalized attention. As a former Georgia State University Adjunct Professor and active alumna of Georgia State University and Howard University School of Law, she is well versed in Georgia Family and Divorce Law. She also understands the effect that it can have on your emotions and your life.
DIVORCE LAW QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: What is an uncontested divorce?
A: An uncontested divorce DOES NOT mean that both parties want to end their marriage in divorce. However, it does mean that both parties agree on ALL of the terms and issues pertaining to their divorce, such as child custody and visitation, child support, alimony (spousal support), division of marital property and division of marital debt. An uncontested divorce means that NO ISSUES pertaining to the divorce are contested.
Q: What is a contested divorce?
A: In contested divorces, the parties are adversarial and unable to agree on the terms and issues of the divorce. The parties usually disagree on one or all of the following issues: equitable division of property, alimony, payment of debts, child custody and visitation, child support and attorney fees.
Q: Does Georgia recognize common law marriage?
A: As of January 1, 1997, Georgia no longer recognizes common law marriages.
Q: Where do I file for divorce?
A: In most divorces, the petition is filed in the Superior Court in the county where the Respondent resides. We advise you not to take your divorce case into your own hands. Divorce Law is quite complex, and you don’t want to go to court without proper representation.
For Appointments Our Office Hours Are:
Monday – Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.