SNELLVILLE DIVORCE CASES SUCCESSFULLY HANDLED FOR OVER 20 YEARS
I have successfully represented clients who live in Snellville in divorce and child custody cases for over twenty years. In addition to Snellville Divorce and Child Custody cases, I handle a number of different types of family law cases. If you live in Snellville and you want to file for divorce the law in Georgia is specific as to where you must file your divorce case. In most cases you must file your divorce case in the county where your spouse resides.
Where to File Your Divorce Case If You Reside in Snellville
Below are some examples of where a Snellville resident would have to file his/her divorce case.
If you reside in Snellville and your spouse resides in a Gwinnett County city such as Lawrenceville, then you must file your divorce papers in Gwinnett County Superior Court.
If you reside in Snellville, but your spouse lives in Cumming, Forsyth County, then you must file your divorce case in Forsyth County Superior Court.
If you reside in Snellville, but your spouse lives out of state, then you may or may not be able to file in Gwinnett County depending on whether venue and jurisdiction are proper.
You may want to read the following articles if any of these specific situations apply to you:
- whether you can file for divorce even though you and your spouse still live together,
- whether you can file for divorce if your spouse has already filed for divorce, and
- whether you can file for divorce if you do not know where your spouse lives.
How To File a Divorce in Gwinnett County Superior
Read here if you have questions on how to file a divorce case in Gwinnett County Superior Court.
If you Live in Snellville and Have Recently Been Served with Divorce Papers – You Must Take Immediate Action!
If you have been served with divorce papers then call my office now for a free initial telephone consultation. Georgia law sets out specific time requirements to file an Answer to the divorce papers as well as to any Interrogatories and Request for Production of Documents that were also served on you. Even more importantly, when a divorce is filed a temporary hearing is often scheduled before a judge and it is of the utmost importance that you are prepared for same. In most cases there are important documents that must be prepared and filed before your court date.
You can find out more information about me and my law practice here.
Give me a call today at 770-682-3765 for a free initial phone consultation to discuss your Snellville divorce or custody situation.
Do you or someone you know have a question regarding filing for divorce or just a question about divorce and family law in general? If so please do not hesitate to contact me for a free initial telephone consultation.
Lawrenceville Attorney Douglas W. Lewis has over 20 years of experience in Gwinnett County and the Atlanta Metro area handling divorce and child custody cases, family law cases, personal injury cases, criminal defense, civil litigation cases and estate planning matters. If you have any questions please call the Lawrenceville office for a free initial phone consultation or to schedule an office consultation. You can contact Mr. Lewis by phone at 770-682-3765, by email. Client reviews can be found on Mr. Lewis' Google and on the website.