Johns Creek Divorce Attorneys
Divorce and family law attorneys serving Johns Creek
Divorce and family law attorneys serving Johns Creek
11340 Lakefield Drive #200
Johns Creek, GA 30097
Closed. Other locations available by appointment.
About Our Johns Creek Divorce Law Firm
Seeing a need for reputable counsel in the Johns Creek area, Managing Partner Mary Montgomery opened the Johns Creek office in March of 2017. The goal of expanding the practice reinforced Partner Randy Sabatini’s desire to support the needs of our clients in that corridor of metro Atlanta. Certified as a Collaborative Family Lawyer, Partner Randy Sabatini will head up the Johns Creek location.
Find a Qualified Divorce Attorney in Johns Creek
The Stearns-Montgomery & Proctor team of divorce and family attorneys have served the North Atlanta and Fulton County communities for over 20 years, providing expert legal counsel and compassionate care.
With expertise in a variety of complex family law matters, our Johns Creek divorce and family law team serve as collaborative partners to clients dealing with divorce, child custody disputes, child support and alimony issues, and more. We understand that these types of legal experiences can be difficult and complicated for families, so we work with our Johns Creek clients to deliver outcomes in their best interests.
For more information on how our Johns Creek divorce lawyers and family law attorneys can serve you, explore our legal services below or reach out to schedule a consultation today.
- Head north on Medlock Bridge Rd toward Riverclub Pkwy
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- Turn left onto Lakefield Dr
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The Johns Creek Divorce & Family Law Team
Our Alpharetta Law Services
At Stearns‑Montgomery & Proctor, uniting children with adoptive parents is one of the best parts of our job. Our family law attorneys help families through the adoption process from start to finish.Learn More
Annulment Services in Johns Creek
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 Johns Creek
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
High-Asset Divorce in Johns Creek
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
Legal Separation in Johns Creek
Technically, there is no such thing as a legal separation in Johns Creek. 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
Johns Creek Divorce Mediation
Mediation involves meeting with a third party (Mediator) to consult on which issues can be amicably addressed throughout the divorce process.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 Johns Creek
In an uncontested divorce, the couple is in general agreement on getting the divorce and on the terms.Learn More
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Local Legal Information
Fulton County Superior Court
7741 Roswell Rd NE #234A, Atlanta, GA 30350
FAQ for the John's Creek Office
Does the Johns Creek Family Law Office Offer Weekend Hours?
Right now, the Stearns‑Montgomery & Proctor office in Johns Creek doesn't have weekend hours. It's open Monday through Friday, from 8am to 6pm. There are other offices in the area that are available by appointment on the weekends, so it can be worth finding out which one is closest to you, if you need to meet with your attorney on the weekend. Since the office in Johns Creek is open until 6pm, there is also some after-work availability that is an option for many people.
Does Stearns-Montgomery & Proctor Offer Divorce Mediation in Johns Creek?
Stearns‑Montgomery & Proctor does offer divorce mediation services at our Johns Creek location. If you and your spouse agree on most aspects of your divorce, but you're struggling with a couple of areas where you have different opinions, a few sessions of mediation could be much less stressful, and less costly, than other options. You may also be able to settle your divorce faster that way, so you can both move on to the next phase of your life. Mediation can be a good way to make a difficult time easier.
How Long Does the Divorce Process in Johns Creek Take?
When you come to Stearns‑Montgomery & Proctor for help with your divorce filing, we'll work with you on whether your divorce will be contested or uncontested. An uncontested divorce, where you and your spouse are in agreement, can often be finalized in as little as two months. For a contested divorce, though, the timeframe can be longer. Some contested and high-asset divorced may take more than a year to finalize through the courts, due to disagreement between spouses and court availability.