Metro Atlanta Divorce Attorney – Property Division
The division of marital assets and debts can be one of the most hotly contested aspects of a divorce. Tensions are running high, and the division of property may seem like one of the few tangible ways to measure and evaluate the outcome. When handling such contentious matters, the advice of a knowledgeable and skilled attorney can prove invaluable.
At the family law firm of Deborah M. Lubin, P.C., in Atlanta, Georgia, we provide skilled legal representation for people preparing for divorce. The firm has been serving clients in Georgia for nearly 20 years; we are ready to put our experience to work for you.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation with family law attorney Deborah M. Lubin.
Trust in Our Experience
With decades of experience, we are familiar with the full spectrum of issues involved in a divorce, and specifically those related to the division of marital property. As we devote our entire legal practice to family law, we are able to stay up to date with any changes in this area, and we understand the steps necessary to effectively address any issues that may arise.
However, we also understand that each situation is unique. We don’t create one-size-fits-all solutions for clients; we work to develop solutions that are tailored to meet our clients’ individual needs. Whether you are dividing up significant assets or simply determining who will leave the marriage with more debts, we will help you understand your best options based upon your circumstances.
If you are contemplating divorce and would like to learn more about our work in cases involving property division, schedule a consultation today. You can contact us online or call us at 404.816.7776.
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