Guiding You Toward Resolution Of A Divorce

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Divorce is an emotional and disorienting process. At each stage of divorce in Georgia, it is extremely valuable to work with a knowledgeable lawyer who will keep the process moving smoothly and protect your rights. As we are established in Savannah, we have a wealth of knowledge regarding Georgia divorce law.

Some law offices do not offer compassion or sympathy to their clients because they go through hundreds of divorce cases. At Andrews & Sanders Law Offices, we will offer you this understanding and more. We understand how difficult this process is for you, and we will provide you with personal care while meeting your needs.

Addressing Each Aspect Of The Divorce Process

Our firm guides clients through the divorce process with a focus on their personal goals. We counsel clients on the challenging aspects of divorce, including:

  • Child custody and visitation: Child custody also addresses decision-making responsibilities over such matters as education and health care.
  • Child support payments: If one spouse is primarily responsible for caring for the child, the other spouse is generally required to pay child support, which is based largely on the supporting parent's income and the number of children.
  • Property division: Property that you and your spouse own jointly, as well as most types of property acquired during the marriage, will be divided by the court in a manner that is fair to both parties.
  • Alimony: If one spouse is financially dependent on the other, the latter spouse may be required to pay alimony temporarily or permanently.

We will handle your case sensitively, but with a firm resolve to pursue an outcome that is fair and appropriate for you and your children. We will fight for you as if this was our own divorce while giving you the compassion and gentle assistance you need to cope.

If you or your spouse is a member of the military, it is important to hire a divorce lawyer who is familiar with the unique issues affecting military divorces.

Contact Us For Effective Representation

Do not hesitate to contact us online or at 912-341-6861 to discuss what our attorneys can do to reach a divorce resolution suited to your needs.

Our attorneys wrote the informative book, "Divorce in Georgia: The Legal Process, Your Rights and What To Expect," which helps families make decisions about divorce.