Divorce and Family Law

If you are facing a divorce or child custody issue, we strongly encourage you to contact the Kurz Law Group as soon as possible to discuss your legal rights. While many state-run agencies might offer some assistance with obtaining a divorce within this state, most people do not anticipate the procedural difficulty with navigating their way through the court system, even if they do not have a lot of assets at stake or overly complicated legal issues associated with their case. This, all too often, can result in multiple, unnecessary, and tedious hearings before a Judge where the parties are continuously referred back to one another and are instructed to “work it out on their own,” which often means that little or nothing will get accomplished. This is particularly so when the parties are expected to confront emotionally charged issues, such as finances and children, and often parties make less than optimal choices “just to be done with it” and avoid continuing conflict.

Please know that the we are committed to providing you with the best legal representation possible to assist you in your goals at this difficult time. We know the law, we’ll counsel you on the various strengths and weaknesses of your claims, and we’ll focus all of our efforts on achieving the best possible outcome for your case. Please contact us for a free consultation to discuss your case, and we’re happy to provide you with the information best suited to your circumstances so that you can understand the legal issues involved and finally begin to decide how you want your important family matter resolved.

Grounds for Divorce in Georgia can be found at OCGA 19-5-3.