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Divorce for Women

If you are going through the divorce process, it's important to have the right attorney by your side. At The Siemon Law Firm, we believe in aggressive yet compassionate representation, coupled with a firm commitment to protect your best interests.

Divorce Attorneys for Women in Alpharetta, Atlanta & Cumming, GA

Our divorce lawyers find that women often have different goals in divorce than men. For many men, divorce is a business transaction that is best concluded quickly. Many of the women we represent are more concerned about obtaining the right outcome — one that protects their future security and the security of their family.

As your attorneys in the divorce process, we will listen closely as you tell us what you want to get out of divorce. Then we will find the path most likely to help you attain that outcome. With offices in Alpharetta, Atlanta and Cumming, we represent women in divorce cases throughout the greater Fulton County area.

If you're a woman considering filing for divorce, or if you're currently going through a divorce in Georgia, you need a lawyer that will stand up for your rights. Count on The Siemon Law Firm. Call 866-497-5134 today and schedule a consultation with one of our experienced and compassionate family law attorneys.

Lawyers Who Understand the Issues Involved in Divorce for Women

From your initial consultation through the final divorce orders, our lawyers will focus on the issues that have the highest priority for you, such as:

  • Achieving an equitable division of property acquired during your marriage. Under Georgia law, equitable does not mean the same as equal. Atlanta courts will consider a number of factors, including the earning potential and future financial needs of each party, in determining what is equitable. Fault in the breakup in marriage is one of the factors that can determine how assets are divided.
  • Negotiating a child custody agreement that is in the best interests of your children
  • Ensuring that the court awards appropriate spousal support and child support for your future financial security

Contact Our Fulton County Divorce Lawyers Today

Whether you are planning to file for divorce or you need to respond to a divorce filing by your husband, our attorneys are here to advise you. Please contact us today and arrange a personal, discreet and helpful consultation.