Our firm routinely handles family law matters in the Superior and Probate Courts of Georgia. While this website provides an overview of the types of cases we handle, every case is different depending upon the facts. What you might consider an insignificant detail could dramatically alter how we would handle your case. Please call us with any questions you have about your unique situation.
In addition to the types of cases presented elsewhere in this website, we also handle:
Contempt and Other Post-Divorce Enforcement
Sometimes court orders are not followed and action must be taken to enforce them. Other times, additional steps must be taken to ensure that the terms of a court’s order are implemented. Intervention can be as simple as sending a letter or document to the appropriate person or as involved as filing a contempt action against the non-compliant party.
Grandparents’ and Family Members’ Rights
Under certain circumstances, grandparents and other family members may file for custody and visitation with grandchildren and other young relatives. As this area of family law is constantly evolving, it is critical that you receive up-to-date advice before beginning any legal action that would impact your future relationships with your family. If you are already involved in such a case, we can also help by proposing innovative solutions or advocating for you in court.
Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
Ms. Steele is experienced in drafting well-crafted nuptial agreements and she can provide detailed analysis of the agreements drafted by other attorneys.
Settlement Agreement Analysis
There are occasions in family law where individuals work hard to resolve their own disputes. If you have reached a tentative agreement and would like it professionally reviewed prior to signing it, call us. We can offer a legal analysis of its terms and its long-term impact on you.