No matter the issues surrounding the divorce, men have a unique set of circumstances to deal with because often times, men and women have different goals when filing for divorce.  Furthermore, the national averages for divorce statistics show that women file for divorce in around two-thirds of all cases.

In cases such as these, it is not uncommon for the woman filing for divorce to have already taken steps to protect herself, as well as hired a lawyer that can help set up a plan for child support, custody and alimony that benefits her. If this is the case, it is imperative that you act quickly to ensure that your rights will be preserved.

Additionally, if you have been served with a divorce unexpectedly, it is important to realize that you are now dealing with a contested divorce case (which fundamentally different from an uncontested divorce), and thus need to seek legal counsel immediately in order to get back on track.  At Coleman Legal Group LLC, we know what it takes to get you on a level playing field and ahead of the game because we work hard with one goal in mind – to get you the best results possible.

We will prepare you for issues that men and fathers can be faced with immediately after being served divorce papers, including temporary hearings, child support issues, child custody issues, alimony and spousal support questions, as well as issues surrounding division of assets, retirement accounts, real and persona property, assets and debt.

Call one of our experienced attorneys at 470-947-2471 to help you respond efficiently and effectively and secure the representation you deserve.