Divorce & Family Law Specialists
Our Approach to Divorce Cases
Divorce is stressful for all parties, including children. Whether your divorce has come quickly or is the result of long-standing problems, you don’t want the process to drag on, prolonging the uncertainty.
Divorce cases can be contested or uncontested. Every case is contested until there is a written settlement agreement signed by both parties in place. Contested cases can be settled at any point in the litigation prior to the final decision. Cases that are not settled will end up in a trial before a judge or jury.
With sound legal guidance from an experienced attorney and the support of a caring, professional legal team, you can arrive at a divorce settlement agreement and a new phase of life. Allow us to guide you through the process in a manner that is mindful of your resources and your goals.
Child Custody, Visitation, Support & Modification Cases
The vast majority of our clients with child custody and visitation issues are loving and caring parents who want to do what is best for their children, but discussion of children’s best interests can be a contentious and sensitive matter.
We have more than 40 years of experience and can offer you competent, aggressive, and compassionate representation in all aspects of Georgia family law. David Walker is an experienced and trusted attorney.
Walker Law Firm has guided hundreds of clients through successful negotiations as well as judicial determinations of custody and visitation. We also provide experienced help obtaining modifications that must be made to existing family court orders due to significant changes in circumstances.
What Options Do I Have?
We take a comprehensive approach to divorce, ensuring that all of your concerns are addressed and that both immediate and future needs are met. We seek solutions that minimize the potential damage of an extended legal dispute and the costs of divorce court. For many people, mediation or a negotiated settlement are better alternatives than resolving divorce issues in court. We have helped many clients build agreements through mediation or out-of-court settlement.
The primary reason for this is that a negotiated settlement affords more control than going to court, where the final decision lies with a judge. However, if an agreement cannot be reached through mediation or negotiation, we will vigorously defend our clients’ interests in court to ensure a fair divorce settlement. And, we have many successful results for our clients in court.
Our many years of experience include Adoption Law. We understand the sensitive nature of adoption issues and have experience in dealing with the legal framework which surrounds these areas in regards to children and their prospective parents.
We offer both flexible pricing and fixed fee services for all family and child law services and can provide immediate legal representation.
Pre Nuptial & Post Nuptial Agreements and Trusts
When you’re planning your future with the person you love, you want to do everything you can to avoid future conflict.
Marital agreements are documents signed by spouses that explain how their marital assets will be handled should they divorce or separate.
- A prenuptial agreement is signed before the marriage.
- A postnuptial agreement is signed any time after the marriage.
- An agreement of this kind can resolve any lingering questions about your financial future.
- Preparing a prenuptial agreement before your wedding can give you both peace of mind. The Walker Law Firm regularly drafts prenuptial and postnuptial agreements so you can focus on your life together.
- Trusts –A Trust can be drafted for you to transfer your property into so that it will not be subject to equitable division in a divorce case.
The Walker Law Firm is able to help you create a marital agreement or trust that fits both your needs.
Retirement Plan Division – Qualified Domestic Relations Orders –Our firm handles these.
Our firm has been assisting clients with family law matters in Gwinnett County since 1976. Give us a call and you and your loved ones will be glad you did.