Chambers Family Law

The most common ground for divorce is that the marriage is irretrievably broken (no-fault). However, Georgia does allow for divorces on fault grounds. If you’re beginning the process of divorce, you are most likely overwhelmed by emotion as well as the laundry-list of tasks you must complete in order to complete the divorce process. The divorce process unleashes a variety of fears and concerns that may result in a hindered ability to think clearly about your financial settlements, personal needs, and the needs of your children. It can be very complex, and often there will be other laws intersecting with or impacting your divorce case. There is so much information to wade through in this process and Chambers Family Law is here to help you answer your most important questions: how do I protect myself and how do I win?

Chambers Family Law understands where family law and other laws intersect. Some of these unique circumstances include:

  • Laws related to tax
  • Real estate
  • Military retirement and benefits
  • Intellectual property rights
  • Executive compensation
  • Privately held benefits
  • Wills and trusts
  • Criminal law
  • Domestic violence, and
  • International treaties

If you are experiencing a family law related matter, please contact Chambers Family Law to schedule a consultation.

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How we help
At Chambers Family Law, we know that family law cases are often uniquely contentious and complex and often cause extreme stress for families regardless of their situation or the value of the parties’ marital estate. Cases involving divorce, alimony, custody, equitable distribution, child support, expert fees, legal fees, and other matters can be settled practically and fairly when handled properly.
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1201 West Peachtree St. NW
Suite 2300
Atlanta, GA 30309


(404) 795-5090



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