Kitchens New Cleghorn, LLC of Athens

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Kitchens New Cleghorn, LLC of Athens

Divorce & Family Law,

  • Firm Size: 10
  • Firm Year: 2001
  • Office Hour: Monday - Friday, 9:00AM - 5:00PM

706-247-8790

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If you’re looking for an Athens Divorce Attorney, you’ve come to the right place.  A divorce can be a trying time in your life, and having an experienced advocate on your site is essential. Georgia divorce and family law can be complicated and cumbersome, so don’t try to navigate it on your own. Our Athens divorce lawyers have the skills you need address the wide range of legal issues you’ll be facing.

Kitchens New Cleghorn, LLC is an Athens, GA-based family law firm comprised of top divorce attorneys unmatched in their knowledge of Georgia law and renowned for handling cases with unparalleled professionalism and expertise. With over 50 years of combined legal experience, our attorneys are capable of helping clients with all aspects of Georgia divorce and  family law.

While a divorce generally is not cheap, you can count on the attorneys at Kitchens New Cleghorn, LLC to strive to keep your legal costs reasonable and save money wherever possible. So you know what to expect when working with our lawyers, below we have laid out a general framework of the divorce process. Free Initial Case Assessment Divorce-Initial-Consultation-150x150To begin the process, we will happily provide you with a free initial consultation by phone so that our lawyers can talk to you, get to know you, and listen to some of the details of your case. After we discuss your situation, we can provide you with an analysis of your case and a tentative strategy for moving forward. If we are comfortable taking your case, and if you are comfortable with our law firm, we will schedule an appointment for you to come into our office to sign a retainer agreement and begin the process. Cost Of A Contested Divorce For a contested divorce, our firm will generally require a retainer beginning at $5,000.00. Please keep in mind that no two divorces are the same, so the final costs for a contested divorce, as well as the amount of the retainer, will vary depending on your particular situation. It is our policy always to do our best to keep the price of your divorce down and your legal fees reasonable. If you are dealing with an uncontested divorce, the cost may be considerably cheaper. Cost Of Other Family Law Services Our attorneys handle a wide variety of Georgia family law cases, including prenuptial agreements, adoptions, child custody negotiations and modifications, child support negotiations and modifications, domestic partnership formations and domestic partnership dissolutions, and much more. Naturally, the cost of our retainer will depend on the facts and legal complexities of your case, so we encourage you to fill out the form on the upper left hand side of this page, or call our office today to set up a free consultation with one of our attorneys.
    Kitchens New Cleghorn, LLC of Athens
    264 North Jackson Street
    Athens, GA 30601
    34.00174,-83.350823

    MAIN LOCATION

    264 North Jackson Street
    Athens, GA 30601


    Other Locations:
    • Atlanta Office – 2973 Hardman Court, Atlanta, Georgia 30305 – (404) 239-3932
      Athens Office – 264 N. Jackson Street, Athens, Georgia 30601 – (706) 247-8790
      Marietta Office – 2470 Windy Hill Road Suite 300, Marietta, GA – (404) 793-7043
      Alpharetta Office – 2475 Northwinds Pkwy, Ste 211 Alpharetta, Georgia 30009 – (770) 744-5552
      Lawrenceville Office – 1755 N. Brown Road, Suite 200, Lawrenceville, GA, 30043. – (404) 793-7040
      Decatur Office – 160 Clairemont Avenue, Suite 200, Decatur, GA 30030. – (678) 681-9883

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