Cobb County, GA: Child Custody Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms

Jody A. Miller, Esq. practices exclusively in the area of general family and juvenile law, including divorce, custody, adoption, paternity, alimony and child support, modification and enforcement of final decree, visitation, family violence, name changes, domestication of foreign decrees, legitimation, prenuptial agreements, property division, delinquency, deprivation, unruliness, termination of...

William C. (“Bill”) Gentry has been practicing law in Georgia since 1986.   His primary area of practice is family law cases, including divorce, high asset property division, child custody, and alimony cases. Bill served as President of the 1,000-member Cobb County Bar Association in 2001 and 2002.   In 2012, Bill was elected to the Board of Governors of the State Bar of...

The Young Law Firm in Marietta, Georgia, offers exceptional representation and support to individuals and families dealing with some of life's most serious and pressing legal challenges. Serving clients throughout Cobb, Paulding, Cherokee and Bartow counties and surrounding areas, attorney Diana Whipkey Young has more than 30 years of experience advocating on behalf of those in need, and her law...

Located in Marietta, Georgia, The Manely Firm, P.C., represents clients throughout Georgia in family law matters. Our law firm also represents family law clients in international courts on divorce and custody matters, child and spousal support, and child abduction. When you choose to work with us, you can be confident that you are working with an attorney who has years of experience and...

At Hill Macdonald, LLC, in Marietta, Georgia, we focus exclusively on handling family law cases and reaching a fair resolution for our clients. The team at our law firm has spent more than 25 years protecting fathers’ rights, navigating same-sex marriage laws, establishing child custody and support and helping couples make the difficult decisions surrounding a divorce. We represent clients...

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