Marietta, GA Fathers Rights Lawyers

Family Law Overview

Cobb County Family Law & Divorce Lawyers

During times of family transition, it is obviously important to ensure that the well-being of your loved ones is preserved. By utilizing our skill and experience, we are able to take the time to efficiently and effectively understand your unique family dynamics and the issues with which you are faced. From there, we can work directly with you to help you understand all options and the course of action best suited to your unique circumstances.

Marietta Child Custody And Visitation Attorney

In addition to fathers' rightsdivorcecustody and support issues we are ready to take our expertise to work on family law issues including:

  • Adoption
  • Paternity
  • Termination of parental rights
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
  • Military divorce issues
  • Temporary protective orders
  • Grandparents' rights
  • Modifications

Because Cobb County divorce and family law attorney Christopher Hobson has a background in contract law, he is able to ensure that all issues are accounted for and that you and your loved ones' interests are protected throughout the process and beyond.

We understand that a "cookie-cutter" approach will not work for serious family law issues. It is for this reason that we put such a premium on client service and hands-on representation. This approach has yielded substantial success for our clients, and we are ready to use it to help you and your family transition and/or achieve your goals in the best possible way.

To discuss any Georgia family law issue, including property division, in an initial consultation with one of our lawyers, call 770-425-3373 or email Hobson & Hobson, P.C.

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If you are facing a family law situation in the greater Atlanta Metro Area the experienced attorneys at Hobson & Hobson stand ready to help.  We will help you understand how Georgia family law applies to your unique situation and give you options for moving forward.