Family law is an area of law that deals with family relationships, rights, and duties, such as divorce (contested or uncontested), child custody, child support, visitation, alimony, adoption, paternity issues, prenuptial agreements, property settlements, and divorce decree modifications. Family law matters often have lasting consequences and ramifications which not only affect the actual litigants but also the litigant’s immediate and extended family. Therefore, Westbury & Bennett, P.C., focuses on getting you a “meaningful resolution” while protecting what truly matters to you.
What do we mean a by a “meaningful resolution?” A meaningful resolution focuses on your individual needs and avoids a “one-size-fits-all” approach. Whether it is crafting a unique visitation/custody arrangement that can works with your employment or preserving meaningful activities that your children are involved in, the attorney working on your case will always consider your case on an individual basis and will strive to obtain results that you are willing to see through and are comfortable executing. The goal is to reach a resolution that avoids the need for future litigation (modifications).
Westbury & Bennett prides itself on providing zealous representation without our client incurring unnecessary expense or hardship. At all aspects of your case, you will have access to the actual attorney handling your case. Our attorneys will educate you on our litigation strategy and will explain not only the legal ramifications of the actions but also the potential social and personal pressures that often are associated with family law cases. Our goal is to ensure that you are not only prepared for the case we are hired to litigate, but for the life that comes after the case is concluded in court.
WESTBURY & BENNETT, P.C., offers our legal services throughout the Metro-Atlanta area including: Griffin, Newnan, Peachtree City, Fayetteville, Senoia, Sharpsburg, Jackson, Jonesboro, McDonough, Stockbridge, Zebulon, South Atlanta, and other communities in Clayton County, Henry County, Douglas County, Fulton County, Fayette County, Gwinnett County, Coweta County, Pike County, and Spalding County.