Divorce is both an ending and a beginning. Collaborative practice helps each spouse anticipate their needs in moving forward and include these in the discussions. When children are involved, collaborative practice makes their future a number one priority. As a more respectful, dignified process, collaborative practice helps families make a smoother transition to the next stage of their lives.
...Melanie Webre and her team were very professional and made me feel comfortable from the start … I would recommend ANYONE, if you want to see results!
Tracy (Crider) has the ability to work through some complex issues with ease and always keeps a smile on her face...she will take a stressful situation and keep you at ease and walk you through the entire process…
Everyone I’ve met from the clerical staff, bookkeepers to the paralegals wants to ensure your questions are answered to the best of their ability - and if they don’t know, they will be expedient in finding out the answer.
Lance Dutton ... kept us informed of all aspects of the cases as they occurred by phone, e-mail and even texts. All calls or emails that we made to him were answered usually in a matter of a few minutes and definitely by the end of the day...He puts a lot of time into these cases and I trusted him completely...
During the most difficult time in my life, Randy was a calming voice during a bunch of madness…in the end, it was the best outcome and I have moved on to a better life. Many thanks
We are an Atlanta law firm specializing in divorce and family law with offices in Marietta, Alpharetta, Buckhead, Dunwoody, Fayetteville, and Johns Creek. Founded in 1988, Stearns‑Montgomery & Proctor offers competent legal advice and advocacy in the areas of divorce and family law, including child support and custody, alimony and spousal support, paternity and father's rights, and adoption.