Buford Divorce Lawyer
Our Buford Divorce Lawyers
The success of your case will partially depend on who you select as your family law or divorce lawyer. Two important factors to consider when shopping for an attorney are, 1) office location and 2) experience trying cases in the county where your divorce will be filed. It is simple to determine the county in which your case will be filed. If you and your spouse currently live together, your divorce will likely be filed in the county where you live. If you and your spouse live in Buford, Georgia your case will likely be filed in Gwinnett County Superior Court. However, part of Buford may be located in Hall County and would be filed in Hall County Superior Court. If you and your spouse live separately, your case will likely be filed in the county where your spouse lives.
Although choosing a divorce lawyer located near you is convenient, when it comes to divorce and family law cases, since different counties and judges have local rules and preferences, it is important to select a lawyer who has experience trying cases in the county where your case will be filed. Meriwether & Tharp's fully staffed Buford/Johns Creek office has been successfully representing clients in Buford and throughout Gwinnett County for over 20 years.
Call (678) 879-9000 now to have a free phone consultation with one of Meriwether & Tharp's experienced Buford divorce lawyers.
Taking the First Step in Divorce
Like many things in life, the first step is educating yourself. Knowledge is power. Knowing what to expect in a divorce can definitely take a lot of the anxiety away. Feel free to browse the topics below to arm yourself with the knowledge you need to succeed in your case.
Understand the Typical Divorce Process
Complaint for Divorce Filed
Start of litigation
Complaint is Served
Varies, but usually shortly after the complaint is filed
Answer to Complaint Due
30 days for the date of service
Anytime, but usually after initial discovery
Usually early in the process
Late Case Evaluation / Judicial Hosted Settlement Conference
Usually near the end of the case
Usually 6 months to years after the start of litigation
Divorce Hurts, but It Doesn't Have to be Nasty
How are you supposed to select the best divorce lawyer for you when divorce lawyers tend to say the same things?
Is it possible the traditional method could actually be making things worse?