Separation Lawyers In Lawrenceville, Georgia

Many husbands and wives decide to obtain a legal separation — as opposed to a divorce — because of their religious beliefs. In some instances, couples prefer a legal separation because they feel that a separation is better suited to meet the needs of minor children, including stepchildren.

If you are seeking a legal separation and require experienced legal representation, contact the Lowendick Law Office. We represent clients in contested and uncontested legal separations. To schedule a free consultation with an experienced family law attorney at our firm, contact our law office in Lawrenceville, Georgia.

Legal Separation In Georgia

Georgia provides for both contested and uncontested separations. Spouses may reach an agreement concerning the terms of their separation, or a court may enter an order that resolves contested issues, such as property division, child custody, visitation, child support and spousal support (alimony).

Separate Maintenance Actions

We can file a separate maintenance action (petition for separate maintenance) on your part to seek a legal separation and an order granting separate maintenance (alimony/spousal support).

Uncontested Legal Separations

In Georgia, there are a variety of documents you must file with the court to obtain an uncontested legal separation, including a settlement agreement, permanent parenting plan, child support worksheet, child support addendum, and a final order on separate maintenance. Our lawyers can draft all documents in accordance with your agreement with your spouse to enable your case to proceed efficiently through the court system.

Put Our Experience To Work For You

Our attorneys have more than 34 years of combined legal experience. Whether you are seeking a contested or uncontested separation, we can provide the sound advice and knowledgeable counsel you require.

Contact Our Gwinnett County Separate Maintenance Attorneys

From our office in Lawrenceville, we serve clients throughout Georgia. To schedule a free consultation with a Lawrenceville separation attorney at our firm, call 770-338-8300 or contact us by email.