Alpharetta Divorce Attorneys
Divorce and family law attorneys serving Alpharetta.
Divorce and family law attorneys serving Alpharetta.
11790 Northfall Ln
Alpharetta, GA 30009
About our Alpharetta Divorce Law Office
Alpharetta divorce attorney and Stearns-Montgomery & Proctor partner, Randy Sabatini, heads up the Alpharetta location. The demand for divorce lawyers in Johns Creek, Forsyth, and North Fulton were the main factors in the Alpharetta office coming to fruition. Randy is a veteran Alpharetta divorce attorney with experience in several family law categories.
Why Choose Stearns-Montgomery & Proctor as Your Alpharetta Divorce Lawyers?
Our team of Alpharetta divorce and family law attorneys has over 50 years of collective legal experience spanning complex specialties and case types from high asset divorces to child support and more.
Just as importantly, however, our Alpharetta family law experts have the compassion and determination all individuals seek when going through complicated and often emotional legal experiences. The process of getting a divorce, adopting a child, or fighting for custody can be difficult and life-altering; our team of Georgia attorneys will be your partner to find resolutions that seek your best interest.
For more information on how our Alpharetta divorce lawyers and family law attorneys can serve you, explore our legal services below or reach out to schedule a consultation today.
- From US-19 N, take Exit 9 toward Haynes Bridge Road and Alpharetta
- Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Haynes Bridge Rd for 1.3 miles
- Use the left lane to turn left onto Old Milton Pkwy
- Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto GA-120 W/GA-9 S/S Main St
- Turn right onto Northfall Ln
- The destination will be on your right
The Alpharetta Divorce & Family Law Team
- Lindsey Penirelli - Paralegal to Partner Randy Sabatini (remotely - home office: Marietta)
- Brigitte Tryonoviech – Paralegal Assistant to Partner Randy Sabatini
- Nicole Tufte – Paralegal Assistant to Nauman Siddique (remotely – home office: Marietta)
Our Alpharetta Family Law Services
At Stearns‑Montgomery & Proctor, uniting children with adoptive parents is one of the best parts of our job. Our Alpharetta family law attorneys help families through the adoption process from start to finish.Learn More
Annulment Services in Alpharetta
When considering an annulment the goal is to have your marriage completely eradicated from historical records, while a divorce is concrete and will be documented for life.Learn More
Disputes over child custody and visitation are among the most hotly contested in Georgia family law cases. While the court has established legal guidelines to follow, there are always extenuating factors which must be considered.Learn More
Contested Divorce in Alpharetta
A contested divorce is where parties cannot reach an agreement on whether to get a divorce or settle on the terms and details of the dissolution.Learn More
Mediation involves meeting with a third party (Mediator) to consult on which issues can be amicably addressed throughout the divorce process.Learn More
High-Asset Divorce in Alpharetta
High asset divorces work similarly to normal divorces, with two main differences. First, there’s a lot more at stake—often in terms of your marital investments. Second, there is a lot of unusual complexity.Learn More
Georgia Child Support
The process of establishing child support payments often causes anxiety for parents going through the divorce process or paternity suits.Learn More
Legal Separation in Alpharetta
Technically, there is no such thing as a legal separation in Alpharetta. However, you can file for a separate maintenance action, defined as a judicial determination to separate spouses and provide support without a judicial termination of the marriage.Learn More
Military Divorce Attorneys
Divorce is an emotional and often complex topic by itself, but divorcing someone in the military presents a unique set of challenges.Learn More
No Fault Divorce
No-fault divorce law gives either party the freedom to sue for divorce with only the claim of “irreconcilable differences.”Learn More
While same sex partners have the same rights as any other couple under Georgia divorce laws, there are legal complications that can arise when break ups occur.Learn More
Uncontested Divorce in Alpharetta
In an uncontested divorce, the couple is in general agreement on getting the divorce and on the terms.Learn More
Additional Divorce & Family Law Locations Across Atlanta
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From Our Clients
FAQ's for Our Alpharetta Office
How Long Does the Divorce Process in Alpharetta Take?
In Alpharetta, a divorce may be relatively quick or take a long time. Much of that depends on the kind of divorce you have. If you and your spouse are in agreement on everything, you can generally work toward an uncontested divorce. These can be completed in as little as 60 days, in many cases. However, if you have a contested divorce that has to go to court, you could expect it to take up to a year or possibly even longer. A good Alpharetta family law attorney can help you move through the process.
What Should I Bring to My First Meeting With My Attorney?
When you come to see your attorney for the first time, bring your identification and any specific questions you have about divorce proceedings. You may also want to bring along information for your spouse, such as a current address and other details. If you have financial information, insurance records, and other types of specifics, those can also be helpful. But don't worry too much. Your Alpharetta divorce attorney will let you know what else they need from you, if you can't bring everything the first time.
How Much Does Child Support Cost in Alpharetta?
In Alpharetta, child support is based on the amount of money the spouses make, the number of children, and state guidelines. Stearns‑Montgomery & Proctor can help you assess your financial situation, to better understand the amount of child support you may receive, or the amount you have to pay out, depending on who will have custody of the children and what types of income both spouses have, as well as living situations and other considerations.