Whether a divorce is going to be contested or uncontested, there are still numerous issues to address including property division, child custody, and visitation rights all must be resolved. This also means you need a committed, understanding, divorce attorney to help you with the legal requirements of a divorce in Georgia.
An uncontested divorce is less difficult than a contested divorce because both parties are ready to end their relationship. When you are involved in a contested divorce, you need an attorney who will work aggressively to protect your interests and make sure the courts understand what is going on.
Divorce is hard on everyone in the family; even when the divorce is mutually agreed upon, there are emotional and financial consequences that impact everyone. Your attorney needs to be willing to listen, understand what issues are the most important for you, and develop a strategy to ensure you can move forward. Contact the Douglasville, or Albany Georgia offices of Chisolm Trimble & Associates, LLC, for help with either a contested or uncontested divorce.