Gwinnett County Family Law Attorneys
Protecting Family Rights in Walton & Clarke Counties
No family is perfect, but sometimes those issues need a legal solution. At Crawford and Boyle, LLC, our team understands how important it is for you to protect your future. Our Gwinnett County family law attorneys can work with you to build a strong case that keeps your interests protected for years to come. These are important legal matters. Get help and make sure they are handled correctly. Call today to schedule your consultation and begin planning.
Areas of Practice
Marriages, especially those with children, can be complicated. Whether your issue involves child support or custody, or you are dealing with the fallout of a divorce, Crawford and Boyle, LLC, is here to help you understand your options and use them correctly. During your consultation, we can discuss your goals and show you the best path to reach them.
Our firm handles many family law cases, including:
Determining Where Children Will Live
Child support amounts can be either court ordered or agreed to by the parties. Georgia uses the combined income method and takes into account combined gross of both parents. The money is then reapportioned to create the child support obligation.
You need to know your ex is providing accurate financial information to ensure that the child support obligation is fair. The attorneys at Crawford and Boyle, LLC, can help you obtain this crucial information. If the situation changes over time, our attorneys can file an action to increase or decrease that amount.
Establishing Custody through Legitimation
If a child is born out of wedlock, the father will need to establish paternity through legitimation. This will ensure that the child and the father share a parental relationship so the father can support the child legally. Crawford and Boyle, LLC, can help you to learn more about this process if you have questions.
Making Changes after Divorce
Life can change quickly after a divorce. Sometimes, a post-decree modification will be necessary to help the parents of a child adjust to new developments.
Some reasons to make a modification to the divorce decree could include:
- A parent moving away
- A parent getting a new job
- Significant change to a parent’s financial situation
- Medical developments
- Dangerous living conditions for a child
- Other special needs
By working with our team, you can feel confident that you are meeting your needs and protecting your future from any unforeseen circumstances.
Get started building your family law case today. Dial (678) 726-5400 now.
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