Get divorced the right way:
With your sanity, your future, your business, and your reputation intact
I help you find your right way out
Divorce will always be emotional. The moment you begin thinking about the possibility of divorce – you’re already stressed and worried. Life as you know it – has changed. You feel the pressure and you’ve heard all the stories.
Children devastated. Children devastated by divorce – stuck in the middle – pressured to choose. Unable to walk your daughter down the aisle because of your ex’s upset.
Taken to the cleaners. Friends taken to the cleaners by their ex’s lawyer. Accounts depleted. Not living in your house – but paying the mortgage. Plus ordered to pay ex’s attorney fees too.
Sleepless nights. Sleepless nights of worry and feeling out of control. Wondering when all of this will finally end and you can get your life back. It feels like it will never end.
Retirement lost. Retirement plans divided or lost. Your ex gets the retirement funds you worked a lifetime to accumulate. Having to start over – at this age.
Forced Alimony. Years of paying for your ex’s new lifestyle – for a divorce you didn’t ask for, and didn’t want. Out-of-the-blue.
Future lost – Lifestyle lost. After a lifetime of building for a future – thinking as a couple. How do you now protect your sanity, your interests, your reputation and your future?
Business destroyed. Watching your business damaged by divorce. Years, decades even, lovingly building up a thriving business, even the prospect of any sort of structural change is emotional – not just financial. No one understands the sacrifices you made to grow your business. Forced to give part of it away is like having to cut off your right arm.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
You don’t want to be one of those stories – cautionary tales – that people tell about divorce. So choose to get divorced the right way.
Together we’ll figure out what’s really worth fighting for
After many years in this profession, I’ve been able to see how “winning” isn’t just about getting everything you can out of your ex-spouse. After all, why add to the animosity and stress by arguing over things that aren’t important?
Focus on what is important to you.
Not your average Atlanta divorce lawyer
I’m also a trained negotiator, mediator, and an accountant.
And I know about finances, taxation, corporate & business law, and psychology – in addition to divorce law.
When I negotiate with other divorce lawyers, I carefully use their lack of integrated knowledge to your benefit.
While I can’t make your situation painless, your Georgia Divorce doesn’t have to be drawn-out or costly – and there’s no need for it to result in resentment, soured relationships, your children suffering, businesses being run into the ground, or your future lost.
I have the experience, training and – most importantly – the desire to guide you through this very emotional time, every step of the way.