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Other Family Law Matters

It has been our privilege to work with families throughout Georgia and beyond. We respect the complexity of the situations that our clients often face when coming to us. We also recognize that family law matters can be emotionally charged and life-changing. As a result, we are proud to advocate for and work tirelessly toward resolution in a number of areas, including:

Other Family Law Matters

Mediation

The parties and their attorneys attend an informal and confidential mediation session with an independent, neutral third party, typically also a family law attorney, to discuss settlement. While agreements reached at mediation are generally binding, the mediator does not have the authority to make a binding decision on the issues raised in the litigation and further Read More

In recent years, the Supreme Court of Georgia has given individuals involved in domestic relations matters the opportunity to file an appeal if they are dissatisfied with the outcome of their divorce at the trial court level without going through the same rigorous process that the Supreme Court usually requires for its cases. Read More

Georgia law allows a couple to enter into a contract of their own creation, either before or after the marriage, setting forth their financial obligations in the event of a divorce. Such agreements are commonly used to protect property that one or both parties owned prior to the marriage from becoming divided upon divorce, Read More

Same-sex marriage is now legal in all states, and married LGBTQ couples are entitled to the same legal rights as opposite-sex married couples when they divorce. We pride ourselves on our sensitivity to the unique legal needs of same-sex couples. The attorneys at Boyd Collar Nolen Tuggle & Roddenbery have the experience to help navigate through issues involving marriage, divorce Read More

Unfortunately, there are times when one or both parties fail to comply with a court order requiring payment of child support or alimony or relating to custody or visitation. The remedy when a party fails to comply is a contempt action by the court. Whether you’re the alleged offender or the wronged party,Read More

Sometimes when parties are involved in domestic litigation, safety can become a concern. Emotions can run high, and unfortunately, individuals sometimes take regrettable actions that may harm one or more of their family members. In certain cases, it is appropriate to pursue the court’s protection from family violence. Read More

Addiction and mental illness issues can play a significant role in family law matters. Boyd Collar Nolen Tuggle & Roddenbery attorneys have decades of experience addressing special considerations that go beyond typical litigation services. We work compassionately with all family members to find Read More