When you work with the Ward Law Firm, we take care of everything. We advise you on legal matters pertaining to your alimony case and execute the legal process, file the paperwork, and handle all the intricacies.
But we share with you these resources to give you a better idea of what to expect as you file for alimony in a divorce or seek to modify or enforce an existing order.
First, if your case goes before the court, the hearing will likely take place at the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center.
Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center (GJAC)
75 Langley Drive
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
We will negotiate with your ex-spouse to reach divorce and other agreements out of court. But in some cases, the other side does not consent to a fair agreement and the case must go before the court.
We will make sure you know what to expect in court and prepare you for the experience. This can help ease your nerves prior to your appearance.
We Connect You to Resources to Establish a Fair Alimony Order
We will make sure you have access to the resources you need to establish what would be a fair amount of alimony. This often includes working with a forensic account if you suspect your ex-spouse is hiding assets or as complicated questions arise about your assets.
We work with respected accounting professionals in Gwinnett County to make sure we enter negotiations or court with the requisite evidence to support your case.
Resources for Abused Spouses
If your relationship with your ex-spouse involves abuse, make this known to your attorney. Intimidation may be a troubling factor when negotiating alimony and other aspects of divorce or family law with an abusive spouse. Let us represent you so you exercise all rights afforded to you under Georgia law.
We can help you acquire protective orders and will handle all negotiations with your ex-spouse and his or her attorney. In addition to representing you in your divorce case, we can help you find the services and assistance you need to escape an abusive marriage.
In the event of an emergency, call 9-1-1 right away.
In non-emergency situations, you may contact the Gwinnett County Sherriff’s Office at the numbers below:
- Main line: 770-822-3100
- Warrants Division: 770-822-3110
- Family Violence Unit: 770-822-3150
Or you may also contact your local Gwinnett County police precinct.
The Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV) offers an emergency shelter, transitional services, and other assistance for battered women and their children in Gwinnett County looking to escape an abusive partner. They even operate the following crisis hotlines:
- 24 Hour Crisis Line (Gwinnett): 770-963-9799
- 24 Hour Crisis Line (Fulton): 404-870-9600
- Spanish Line: 404-273-6035
Call the Ward Law Firm for Help Today
The Ward Law Firm is your resource for all things family law, including alimony. Let us help. Contact us at 770-383-1973 to schedule your REAL Case Analysis today.