Standing Up For You And Your Family

Some legal issues require banging on the podium and arguing loudly. Divorce, child custody and other issues in family law tend to require a more careful approach. To reach the best results in a family law case, you need help from a skilled attorney who pays attention to the details, understands the strategies and procedures involved, and knows when to negotiate and when to stick to your demands.

At the Conyers, Georgia, law office of Reed Edmondson Jr, P.C., we help people resolve their family law issues in a way that better prepares them and their loved ones for the future. We help with issues, including:

  • Uncontested divorce
  • Contested divorce
  • Property division
  • Child custody
  • Child support
  • Modifications
  • Mediation
  • Litigation

When To Settle And When To Fight

Most issues in family law are settled out of court in mediation or other forms of negotiation. This is often the best way to resolve issues, as it tends to be less expensive and less time-consuming than going to trial. If you are going through a divorce, a child custody dispute or another issue involving your family or your finances, you know your needs and your child's needs better than the judge does.

Compared to going to court, resolving the issue yourself, with the help of a skilled attorney, gives you a greater sense of control, with less animosity and lingering resentment. For these and other reasons, out-of-court negotiation can be especially important for parents of young children, since they will have to continue to cooperate with each other while shielding their children from the more unpleasant aspects of divorce.

That said, often the key to getting the best results is being ready to go to trial if you must. There are some parties that simply won't settle and some disputes that simply can't be resolved without going to court.

We have the skills to represent our clients in many different environments. Our lawyer has been representing clients for more than 20 years and has extensive experience in courtrooms and in negotiations.

Contact Us

Learn about your options and get started resolving your issues by contacting our Conyers, Georgia, office today. Call 770-462-4975, or contact us online.