Family Lawyer Atlanta GA | Atlanta Divorce Lawyer

Atlanta attorney Nancy Ghertner has been a family lawyer in Atlanta, GA for almost 30 years. Family law is one of the most emotional areas of law in Georgia. Legal agreements between brothers and sisters, husbands and wives, and legal guardians have to be carefully written so that they benefit and protect not only the current family members involved, but also future generations.

Nancy Ghertner is a family lawyer in Atlanta who repeatedly represents clients who are going through a divorce, and helps them maneuver through the many areas of the dissolution of a marriage, including equitable division of financial assets, child custody (both physical custody and legal custody), child support, postnuptial agreements (postnups), adoption, modification of alimony, and all other divorce matters including:

An Atlanta Divorce Lawyer Who Treats You With Compassion and Respect

Family Lawyer Atlanta GA

Nancy’s excellence as a skilled and compassionate lawyer for both uncontested divorce and contested divorce cases means that most of her new clients are friends or family of her existing clients. Over a 30-year family and business law career, Sandy Springs family lawyer Nancy Ghertner has represented clients on both sides of divorce – those who wanted a divorce, and those who did not.

Client referrals and repeat clients make up most of the legal practice at the Atlanta family law firm of Nancy N. Ghertner, PC. Atlanta attorney Ghertner also can serve as your high asset divorce lawyer, or help you craft a professional pre-nuptial agreement.

Speak with Atlanta family lawyer Nancy Ghertner now at (770) 980-9096. Her Atlanta family law firm is centrally located in Sandy Springs, just north of I-285 off Roswell Road on Sandy Springs Circle at the intersection of Wheaton Way. Nancy will talk to you one-on-one to carefully explain your options and advise you on next steps.

Family Lawyer Atlanta Nancy Ghertner

A divorce is never easy, even if both spouses want to end the marriage. If a married couple has children, especially young children still living at home, many legal and custodial arrangements have to be worked out and approved by a judge.

If your spouse files for divorce against your wishes, you must have the best legal representation on your side to fight for your rights, and your children’s rights.

Now is the time to look at the pending divorce objectively, and try to not let strong emotions cloud your judgment. Nancy understands how hard a permanent breakup can be, and she will listen to your side of the story with empathy and concern.