We understand that going through divorce could possibly be one of the most difficult times of your life.
We proudly represent the best interests of mothers, fathers, and interested parties in custody Divorce and controversies. We do so, with the care and attention that family law Cases need, without putting children in the middle of the custody dispute.
Georgia’s traditional child support guidelines have changed significantly. New laws have been established regarding the income of both parents in determining child support, spousal support, and alimony obligations. You need to know your rights. Call Bayani Law Firm to discuss your case.
We also work with families whose circumstances have changed significantly since their divorce. If your living or financial situation has changed, you may be able to modify your child support or child custody and visitation order.
Alimony & Spousal Support
Post-divorce spousal support, which is often referred to as “alimony,” may or may not be awarded in Georgia. Alimony is determined by various factors, including standards of living, income, earning potential, and even the length of the marriage. In Georgia, alimony is not a right, and awards may be one-time, temporary, or permanent.
Paternity & Father’s Rights
In Georgia, a legal action to establish father’s rights is called “legitimation.” While legitimation determines a father’s legal rights, “paternity action” describes a father’s obligation to his children.
We represent both mothers and fathers seeking to establish paternity and custody rights. We are focused on getting the best results possible for your family. We have the expertise to help with these issues.
If you are experiencing domestic violence, we can help you acquire a temporary restraining order. We know the law, and discuss your options with you. There are laws designed to protect victims of domestic violence. We understand the importance of protecting children in domestic violence situations as well. If you are experiencing domestic violence, we can help you get the resources you need to get divorce and receive help.
While protecting your rights and securing favorable outcomes are always our main priority, we never lose sight of the human side of your legal matter. We understand that family legal issues are personal, and we never forget how important it is to receive prompt, compassionate responses to their questions and concerns.