Atlanta divorce lawyer Nancy Ghertner is a 30-year veteran family lawyer in Atlanta who helps spouses begin the divorce process in a Georgia Superior Court, and fights for their rights until the divorce is finalized. Nancy handles all aspects of a marriage dissolution including equitable division of financial assets, child custody (both physical custody and legal custody), child support, modification of previous court orders, and all other divorce matters.
How you want your life to look after the divorce is of utmost importance to Nancy, and she always will work hard to make sure your wishes are honored.
An Atlanta divorce is never easy, and it unfolds during a very stressful time in a spouse’s life. If young children are involved, determining what is the best living arrangement for them going forward is of utmost importance. Negotiations between Nancy and the other party’s legal counsel will nail down child support, physical custody and legal custody, parenting plans, and visitation rights. All of these items are included in the final divorce decree.
If you and your spouse are partners in a privately-held company, Nancy can help with these business matters.
A 30-Year Veteran Divorce Lawyer in Atlanta Answer Your Questions
Most of Nancy’s clients are new to the Georgia divorce process and have many pressing questions including:
How do I file for a divorce in Georgia?
How much does it cost to file divorce in Georgia?
What are the 13 grounds for divorce in Georgia?
Does it matter who files first in a divorce?
How long does it take to get a divorce in the state of Georgia?
How long do you have to be separated to get a divorce in Georgia?
How much is alimony in Georgia?
What is considered marital property in Georgia?
Is a house purchased before marriage marital property?
Who pays Atlanta divorce lawyer fees in Georgia?
Does infidelity matter in divorce?
Do both parties have to pay for divorce?
What can you not do during a divorce?
Can an adulterous spouse get alimony?
What is proof of adultery in court?
Can you date other people while separated in GA?
Who gets the house in a divorce in Georgia?
Can you get a divorce without the other person signing in Georgia?
Divorce Attorney Nancy Ghertner Is Tough and Firm With Opposing Counsel
Attorney Nancy Ghertner listens to your wishes on how you want your life, and possibly your children’s lives, to look after the marriage has ended. A strong divorce lawyer strips out all emotions from the process and firmly negotiates the following legal areas:
- Parenting Time & Visitation Rights
- Alimony Agreements
- Alimony Modification
- Child Support
- Child Support Modification & Enforcement
- Contempt Actions
- Legal Custody
- Physical Custody
- Custody Modification
- Division of Property
- Paternity & Legitimation
- Postnuptial Agreements
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Property Division & Settlements
- Same-Sex Divorce
Nancy’s excellence as a skilled and compassionate Atlanta divorce attorney for both uncontested divorce and contested divorce cases means that she receives many referrals from past clients. Over a 30-year legal career Sandy Springs family lawyer Nancy Ghertner has represented spouses who wanted the divorce, and those who did not.
Client referrals make up most of the legal practice at the Atlanta family law firm of Nancy N. Ghertner, PC.
Speak with Atlanta family lawyer Nancy Ghertner today 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 Cliftwood Drive. Nancy will talk to you one-on-one to carefully explain your options and advise you on next steps. She offers a free 10-minute phone consultation.