Divorce Lawyer in Carrollton, GA

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Divorce Lawyer in Carrollton, Family Lawyer

A Trusted, Local Divorce Lawyer

If you are planning to file for divorce, you need a Divorce Lawyer in Carrollton who is local, sincerely cares about your case, and will safeguard your personal interests throughout the divorce process. Make no mistake—the outcome of this situation has a major impact on your family's future. Contact Divorce Attorney Met Lane today. Fill out our easy online form or give us a call now at 770-834-4107.

Why Choose Divorce Lawyer in Carrollton Met Lane?

When you choose us to work with you in your divorce, you will have a team with exhaustive family law experience on your side, giving you the benefit of our wealth of legal knowledge and our proven track record of success. Our peers and our many past clients know us for working diligently on every case we represent. Divorce Lawyer in Carrollton Met Lane has earned an excellent reputation for hard-hitting advocacy. 

While divorce is primarily a personal and private matter between you and your spouse, it is also a legal matter which may involve issues such as:

  • Child custody
  • Property division
  • Alimony

that must be settled before the court finalizes the dissolution of your marriage. 

Attempting to resolve such disputes during what is a highly stressful and emotionally charged experience can be difficult to say the least, and it is highly advisable to retain an attorney who can act as your advocate.

We represent clients in uncontested and contested divorce throughout West Georgia.  We help our clients protect their rights and interests in all aspects of divorce litigation, including:

  • Equitable distribution of household assets
  • Division of complex assets such as retirement accounts or pension funds
  • Equitable division of marital debt
  • Alimony
  • Child custody and support
  • If applicable post-divorce modification or enforcement.


While Georgia does not recognize a “legal separation,” preferring to find instead that a couple is either married or not married, you can enter into a separation agreement. Such an agreement may even provide for spousal support, in the form of pre-divorce payments made from one spouse to the other.


Georgia recognizes two types of divorce – fault and no-fault. Most divorces in Georgia are no-fault divorces. Basically, this means a spouse can file suit for a divorce and a Georgia court will grant it. The spouse filing must have been a resident of Georgia for six months and file for divorce in the county of residence. However, a non-resident may file for divorce against a spouse who has been a resident of Georgia for 6 months. In such cases, the divorce must be filed in the county in which the defendant resides.

Schedule a Consultation with a Divorce Lawyer in Carrollton!

If you need help with your divorce, contact us today to schedule a free consultation. Fill out our easy online form or give us a call now at 770-834-4107.


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