Proficient Cobb County, Georgia, Property Division Lawyer
When you go through a divorce, you want to protect what is yours. You have property that you worked hard for. You want to keep it. We want to help. At the law office of F. Marian Weeks, we will work hard to see that equitable distribution is also fair distribution. We have devoted our careers to handling family law cases. We have devoted our careers to helping people through these difficult times.
Our reputation is built on more than 25 years of personalized and aggressive representation for people in Cobb, Cherokee, and Paulding Counties. We know that this is not just a case for you. This is your life. We will not treat you like a file. We will treat you like a person. That means we will take the time to listen to you and learn about your needs. We will work hard to see that those needs are met.
If divorce property settlement was simply a matter of splitting all assets and debts right down the middle, it would certainly be easy. In many cases this would also be very unfair.
Our goal is to get results that are fair and equitable. We will look at all of your assets and work with you to determine what is non-marital property and what is marital property. We know that items may be both marital and non-marital property. We know what to do in these cases. In fact, our firm knows how to sort through the most complex asset division matters to arrive at a fair and just asset agreement. Rest assured, we fully understand divorce property law and all of its accompanying tax implications.
When it comes to a divorce property settlement, you may have more to deal with than the house and the car. We are able to help you address all assets, including 401Ks and other retirement funds, children's accounts, stocks and bonds, inheritances, vacation properties, timeshares, antique collections and more. We will make sure all the property in your divorce case is dealt with appropriately.
E-mail us or call us at 770.884.6296 to learn more about how a dedicated lawyer can help you with your divorce property settlement issues.