The firm provides representation in uncontested and contested divorce proceedings; as well as other related family law areas including adoption, custody and visitation, child support, and legitimation and paternity.
Family law matters require an attorney who listens carefully to your individual concerns and understands your objectives. LaZanea M. Holley, LLC. provide clients with the information they need to make educated decisions on issues that will affect their families for years to come.
The legal decisions you make today in your divorce or family law case can have an enduring impact on you and your children for years to come. You need a knowledgeable, experienced attorney to help guide your way and educate you on the potential outcomes of the decisions you make.
Considering whether you should end your marriage is one of the most important and difficult decisions you will ever encounter experience. It is important to approach the question from a rational perspective rather than solely an emotional one. In many ways it is a business decision that requires you to evaluate many issues.
Divorce is a complicated and emotional experience for anyone. We will help you find workable solutions to divorce decrees, child custody and visitation, child support and spousal maintenance.
The Law Office of LaZanea M. Holley, LLC will provide you with the kind of legal representation you need during your divorce. Please conctact our firm today to learn how we can help you.
Although Georgia state law lays outsets forth specific guidelines in statute to determine child support, there are a number of outside factors that may affect the court’s final order. These factors may include daycare expenses, supplemental needs of the child, education, and higher education costs.
No case is cut and dried. Consult with a knowledgeable lawyer who has experience handling these sensitive cases.
In Georgia, it is common for one parent to have primary physical custody while one parent has visitation. Georgia encourages joint legal custody. Legal custody refers to decision making regarding education, religion, health, and other issues.
Enforcement of visitation schedules and child custody orders, or modifications to these orders, are issues that can arise after the divorce decree.
Some people may be surprised to learn that child custody and child supportdo not go hand-in-hand. For instance, while a party may not be making child support payments on time or at all, the other party cannot withhold visitation. If one parent refuses to cooperate with the visitation order, child custody enforcement may become an issue.
Do you have questions or concerns about child custody? Please call today to a schedule a free 30 minute telephone consultation today.