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Canton, Georgia Divorce Lawyer

Attorney Benjamin Porter has been helping customers win their Divorce cases in Canton, Georgia for more compared to 10 years. If you have actually been offered with divorce papers, or if you are thinking about applying for divorce, Ben is here for you. From custody modification to child support enforcement, your Canton Divorce Lawyer fights hard for you and your rights.

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It is time to find out if you qualify for a Flat Fee Divorce in Canton, GA? Find out now! Obtaining a divorce is known as being a intimidating thing to go through.

If you and your spouse come to an understanding on all concerns, your divorce most likely obtains a flat-fee rate! Connect with us right now to learn if you can get a flat fee divorce in Canton, GA.

What do I get with a Divorce in Canton, Georgia

With your Divorce in Canton, GA, Attorney Benjamin Porter will provide you with the following documents prepared for your case:

1) Letter to clerk;
2) Summons;
3) Complaint for Divorce;
4) Domestic Relations Case Filing Information Form;
5) Notice of Leave of Absence;
6) Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit;
7) Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings;
8) Consent to Trial;
9) Acknowledgment of Service and Waiver of Process;
10) Settlement Agreement;
11) Plaintiff's Affidavit in Lieu of Testimony;
12) Letter to Judge;
13) Final Judgment and Decree of Divorce;
If you have minor children, you also get the following documents with your Divorce in Georgia, GA:
14) Child Support Worksheet;
15) Child Support Order Addendum; and
16) Parenting Plan.

Will I have to go to court if I get a Divorce in Canton, GA?

If you have an uncontested divorce - meaning you and your spouse agree on all issues, there will be no need for you to have to go to court.

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