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.
Ryan (Proctor) guided me through the process and treated my case as if I was a part of his family. ...when I was really down and not handling the stress instinctively, Ryan would call on me to see how I was doing.
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.
Gina Grady helped me stay focused on the objective by developing a clear plan on how to move forward on this matter...provided clear and objective legal advice and direction throughout the case.
Melody Swilling turned a difficult and painful situation into a positive experience...I was impressed with her representation.
Melody is extremely knowledgeable with the law and was able to help me with my visitation case. I could not be happier with the outcome.
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.