Georgia Divorce Lawyers

With Family Law Offices in Statesboro and Springfield

Divorce is difficult. There is no denying that. It has the potential to be very financially and emotionally draining. But it can be made easier with the help of the right Georgia divorce lawyers by your side. What might be a costly and messy process could actually be smooth and efficient. Call us today to get started. We are here to support you through this tough time.

Georgia Divorce Lawyers

With Family Law Offices in Statesboro and Springfield

Divorce is difficult. There is no denying that. It has the potential to be very financially and emotionally draining. But it can be made easier with the help of the right Georgia divorce lawyers by your side. What might be a costly and messy process could actually be smooth and efficient. Call us today to get started. We are here to support you through this tough time.

Georgia Divorce Lawyers

With Family Law Offices in Statesboro and Springfield

Divorce is difficult. There is no denying that. It has the potential to be very financially and emotionally draining. But it can be made easier with the help of the right Georgia divorce lawyers by your side. What might be a costly and messy process could actually be smooth and efficient. Call us today to get started. We are here to support you through this tough time.

Testimonials

“You helped me restore my faith in so much that looked bleak and decrepit. Along this bumpy road, my lovely daughter is safe, and home, and starting to find peace again…Thank you. All the pieces unfolded and fell into place through a progression only the Lord could have planned. But the people who fulfilled his plan did it through greatness and kindness and strength. In my opinion you and Martha have done Gods work and the Judge came through! I am indebted to you both. Please understand, I can be a force and support as well. “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”. I still have a long way to go…so I hope that statement is true. My commitment to be there for you is equally strong. It will be a tough journey. I Pray. You guys are amazing. Thank you for everything.”

BONNIE GRINGER

“We were referred to Mike Hall by a friend who told us that if they had used him in the beginning, they would have had a lot better result. Using Mike ourselves, we have had the same experience. Mike is very personable and gave us some very wise council. We could tell he was trying to help us. We have used him for several issues that have come up, and he has always handled them in a professional and timely manner. He is quick to answer emails or phone calls, and takes his time answering all of your questions. We are very pleased with his services and would highly recommend him to anyone who has a legal problem.”

LYNN & PAM KELLEY

“After a two and a half year battle, my son and I got the justice we longed for. The only quality that I didn’t like about Paige was that she was patient. Which, is a very good quality to have. However, hindsight being 20/20, I’m glad she was so patient. Paige and Ashley (her paralegal) were always in communication with me, and responded in a timely and appropriate manner. When opposing counsel started her antics and attempted to berate and take Paige’s eye off the prize, she didn’t allow it. I sincerely appreciate all they did for me and my son. I know my circumstances were extreme, but Paige looked out for the two of us. I highly recommend the law group, and will always be indebted to them.”

DUSTIN SHAW

“This review is in regards to how attorney Martha Hall handled my cases. Before Martha Hall, I was taken advantage of in family court in Jefferson County and Effingham County with sub par attorneys that resulted in rulings that were unfair to me and created headaches and financial difficulties. I experienced three attorneys before Martha Hall. I never felt that I had equal representation in the courthouse, until I discovered Martha Hall. Since I have hired Martha Hall, I have had equal or better representation and my cases have closed with fair rulings. This is solely a result of having Martha Hall as my attorney. I will not change thus moving forward if I need any legal services. She is worth every penny.”

KEN GIBSON

“I just have to say the professionalism and conduct of the Hall and Hall attorneys was fantastic from the time we walked in the door. We met Sarah then Mrs. Martha Hall. They were all very attentive and compassionate. Kara, our paralegal, was always there for us. She was always there via email or phone contact. We had a very sensitive legal case and Mrs. Martha Hall walked us through it with compassion and professionalism. I cannot say enough good things about this group or thank them enough for doing what needed to be done.”

MYA AND DEAN CAPE

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Tips on Preparing for Divorce

You likely already anticipate a lot of work here. It doesn’t have to be a lot of work with the right lawyer by your side, but be ready to provide some basic information for the process to go smoothly. They will need to know about your finances, some personal information, and things like insurance. Be sure while you’re collecting all of this sensitive information that you protect your privacy especially if you and your spouse have access to the same computer and files. We would never anticipate a problem with this but it is not impossible that they would cause issues if they discovered you were preparing for divorce.

You should consider having your own bank account that is not shared with your spouse. You can deposit your money into this bank account so that you are prepared to support yourself financially without the help of your spouse. When you do this, do NOT transfer any of your spouse’s funds into your personal account. That is a mess waiting to happen.

Having a journal at this time would be a good idea. It can turn into evidence when you need it to be. It also is good to note what is happening throughout your divorce for your own record. This is a significant life event.

Make sure you have researched Georgia divorce lawyers and pick the one who is going to be able to support you through this difficult time. Be sure you’re prepared for what is to come. That might mean getting a good job to support yourself, as well as getting your own vehicle and a place to live.

Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make During Divorce

Here is some advice to help you get through this process with less stress and tension:

1.     Don’t do things out of revenge or anger. You experience a lot of emotions during a divorce. That’s very normal. You don’t want this divorce to be impacted by your negative emotions, however. Don’t act out against your spouse or try to do things to spite them;

2.     Don’t try to represent yourself. While you may feel you’re going to be just fine without a lawyer, you never know when you might get hit with something you don’t necessarily know how to deal with on your own.

3.     Don’t settle for whatever your spouse wants. Be sure to speak up about what you desire in this divorce settlement. Make your voice heard respectfully so that this doesn’t end up being one-sided.

4.     Look through everything before you sign it. There could be a simple mistake in the paperwork that wasn’t intended to affect you negatively but ends up doing just that because you didn’t carefully read through what you signed.

5.     Don’t shut out your spouse during this divorce process. You want to be able to keep an open line of communication with them so that you can negotiate between the two of you as much as possible. This will end up saving you both money.

6.     Make sure any agreements you are making with your spouse are in writing. It’s all too common for spouses to make oral agreements and then get very upset when those are not upheld once all is said and done. If you want to make an agreement of any kind, put it on paper.

7.     Don’t be talked out of hiring a lawyer by your spouse. Some couples initially think that they are going to be able to get through this whole process without representation, but you don’t want to do that. Georgia divorce lawyers can help mediate all legal matters you two may end up having.

8.     If you have children, be very cognizant of their involvement in the divorce. Don’t use them as a pawn to get your spouse to do something. Don’t unload any of the burdens onto these children. Remember that it is their parent you are dealing with, and you wouldn’t want your children to hear terrible things about you from the other parent. You could wind up damaging your relationship with your own children.

9.     Don’t let anyone involved take over your divorce. The decisions being made should reflect what you wish them to.

Call Our Georgia Divorce Lawyers Today

If you want to have dedicated and supportive representation during this uncertain time, please call our Georgia divorce lawyers today. We want to make this process easier on you.