Divorce Lawyers in Brunswick GA
The divorce lawyers at Burns Smith Law in Brunswick, Georgia represent clients in Glynn County and the surrounding southeast Georgia. Since 1993, our firm has grown to become one of the most experienced divorce law firms in Georgia.
Our divorce lawyers can help you through a variety of family and domestic law situations. Our expertise as divorce attorneys in Cherokee County, and overall experience as a divorce law firm, makes us highly qualified to handle any legal separation, contested divorce, uncontested divorce, or mediated divorce. Our experience with matters of family law provides extra value for divorcing couples with children.
Knowing what to expect, how to avoid mistakes, and how to develop an exit strategy are critical things for you to know. The place to start, even if you're not sure if you're ready to file, is to speak with a lawyer. We encourage you to call 912-502-1400 today to schedule a consultation. After your consultation you will have the information you need to decide if divorce is the answer, and how to start the process.
Post-Divorce Legal Help
Are you divorced but dealing with the effects of life changes? If you're dealing with issues such as an ex that does not pay support payments, you have visitation disputes or want to change custody terms, we can help you. If you want to change the terms of your divorce settlement we can help you prepare and file a post-divorce decree modification.
Getting You Through The Present, Focusing On The Future
The outcome of the dissolution of your marriage will affect you and your children for many years. We work diligently to ensure that the divorce process isn’t any harder than it needs to be for our clients, while also remaining focused on getting the best results possible.
We are trial attorneys who fight to win. But we don’t want you to spend $10 to win 10 cents. We are honest and upfront with our clients about whether we believe their divorces should be fought in court or settled at the negotiation table.
Whether uncontested or contested, divorce is an emotionally charged process and this makes it difficult for people to make smart decisions about property division, child custody, child support and other factors. We will help you understand your rights and options, as well as consider how potential resolutions will affect your life now and in the future.