Exceptional Service + Tenacious Representation
Our firm represents clients in some of the most contentious and complex divorce and child custody cases in Cherokee County and across all of North Georgia. In 2017, our team successfully represented a party in the longest divorce trial in Cherokee County history at twenty-three (23) days. Our cases typically involve complex claims of financial impropriety, business valuations, alimony, adultery and deception, emotional and physical abuse, parental alienation, family violence, personality disorders, substance abuse, PTSD, and severe mental health diagnoses of children and litigants.
Since 2007 our team has participated in divorce jury trials, judge trials, and evidentiary hearings before over fifty-two (52) Superior Court judges in Georgia.
Attorneys and former judges alike have referred cases to our team due to their complexity and need for specialized attention. This specialized attention results in comprehensive case management including: obtaining and reviewing significant financial data, creating a strategy for cases involving psychologists, custody evaluators, and mental health experts, and hiring experts to value businesses and real estate. We have gained trust among our peers and judges, building a reputation for being strong, prepared, and competent trial attorneys willing to handle the most complex family law issues.
After we accept a client, we create a case-by-case trial strategy and are transparent about the cost of each component beforehand. Clients appreciate knowing what needs to be done and not just being asked for a blank check.
As a father-and-son firm, we have been entrusted as divorce and child custody counsel for multi-generations of Canton, Woodstock, and Cherokee County families. As a result, our aggressive courtroom presence is well known among the legal community. Despite this nature, we pride ourselves on our reputation of professionalism. As trial lawyers, we do not fear an outcome by trial and our biggest successes are based on our meticulous investigation and preparation.