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M&T Gwinnett Office Locations
Named for Button Gwinnett, one of Georgia’s three signors of the Declaration of Independence, Gwinnett County is one of Georgia’s largest counties, boasting a population just shy of one million residents. The Gwinnett County Superior Court is located in the sprawling judicial complex located in the County seat of Lawrenceville, at 75 Langley Drive. The Gwinnett County Superior Court bench is comprised of ten (10) Judges, and two senior judges, all of whom hear cases related to family law, including, but not limited to divorces, modification and contempt actions, family violence matters, etc. Similar to some of its large neighboring counties, the Gwinnett Superior Court judges require assistance in their effort to deal with all of the filed legal matters. Accordingly, to help deal with the large amount of work the Superior Court judiciary relies heavily on magistrate judges, who are often tasked with hearing temporary and final hearings in pending family law matters. Practically speaking, this means that the judge to whom your case is initially assigned may very well not be the judge who ultimately presides over a temporary or final hearing in your case. A formal request can be made in a case for matters to be heard by the assigned Superior Court Judge, rather than by a magistrate judge, but such an act may not be necessary in all cases or in all situations.
Gwinnett County Superior Court
LocationAddress: 75 Langley Drive, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30043Click Here for Directions
JudgesChief Judge Melodie Snell Conner, Judge Debra K. Turner, Judge R. Timothy Hamil, Judge Ronnie K. Batchelor, Judge Tom Davis, Judge Warren Davis, Judge Karen Beyers, Judge Kathryn Schrader,...
Additional InformationFor more information on Gwinnett County Superior Court, call (770) 822-8100 or visit the link below.View Website
Critical Divorce and Family Law Forms
Gwinnett does not have available any packets related to how to file a family law matter. Many of the divorce forms and procedures are similar from county to county, you may refer to another counties resources to obtain additional documents and instructions as it relates to filing a divorce.
Divorce With Children
- Gwinnett County Standing Order
- Report of Divorce, Annulment or Dissolution of Marriage
- Consent to Trial 31 Days After Service
- Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit
- Child Support Worksheet
- Standing Order Child Support Computation
- Child Support Addendum
- Parenting Plan (common selections)
- Final Judgment and Decree with Children
Divorce Without Children