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Divorce attorneys attuned to the unique circumstances of pro athletes

| Jul 24, 2015 | Divorce |

Most people think that the lives of professional athletes are something to be envied, complete with great wealth, worldwide fame and, of course, glory on the court, diamond, field, course or rink.

While it’s true that being a professional athlete does afford certain advantages, it’s important for people to understand that this wealth, fame and glory is the product of hard work and tremendous personal sacrifice.

Indeed, the majority of professional athletes find themselves living under a microscope, such that anything they say or do either on- or off-the-field will be analyzed in the most painstaking detail.

Needless to say, this reality can present very real concerns when personal matters like a separation or divorce arise. That’s because the words or actions of a jilted spouse can quickly spark a media circus that interferes with a professional athlete’s demanding schedule, potentially compromising their training or even their play.

At The Siemon Law Firm, we have extensive experience helping professional athletes here in Georgia navigate the often difficult divorce process, including players with both the Atlanta Falcons and the Atlanta Braves.

What this means is that we know how to protect your unique interests at the negotiating table and in the courtroom in all divorce-related issues, including property division, spousal support, child support or child custody.  

What this also means is that we know what it takes to keep your affairs private and minimize the otherwise blinding glare of the media spotlight, freeing you to focus on the challenges ahead and honing your performance.    

To learn more about how we can protect your personal, financial and career interests, please visit our website

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