- About Us
- Family Law Services
The experienced family law Attorneys at Stearns-Montgomery & Proctor, care about giving you peace of mind during your divorce. Whether in divorce negotiation, divorce mediation, or divorce litigation or appeals, we will aggressively pursue your best interests in a divorce settlement. You can rest assured that our divorce lawyers care about your needs, and we will always give you our best efforts. Our clients appreciate the supportive and confidential atmosphere our family law offices provide, along with the legal ability and experience of our divorce lawyers.
Our clients appreciate the fact that we know them by name, not by number. As a boutique family law firm, our divorce lawyers provide legal expertise and attorney access that clients don't necessarily receive at larger Atlanta family law firms, while still offering a team of divorce attorneys in three convenient offices. And lower overhead than the high rise firms means more reasonable rates for you.
291 Alexander Street
Marietta, GA 30060
Questions To Ask
Before you choose a family law attorney, please ask these four questions to ensure that you are making the best decision for this life changing experience:
How many family law attorneys & divorce lawyers are on staff?
You deserve a choice based on your personal preferences and special circumstances.
How many years of experience does the senior attorney have?
You want the family law firm's leadership to have 20 years or more experience navigating the complex family law legal processes.
What happens if I have a question while my divorce lawyer is out of the office?
Other family law attorneys on the team should be familiar with your situation and responsive to your needs.
Is my family law attorney familiar with the court judges?
Providing the best representation requires not only expertise in the law, but experience working with each judge that you may encounter.
Be careful about family law firms that provide win/loss case statistics, as each family law case is unique. There is RARELY a clear winner or loser in a family law settlement.