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Divorce Attorney in Duluth

The two types of divorce proceedings available in Georgia are uncontested and contested. In an uncontested divorce, the parties have managed to either come to an agreement about how the divorcing couple will handle the children, property, finances and other terms of the divorce. In an uncontested matter, the parties seek Banks Law, P.C. to prepare the proper documentation with the appropriate court. Communications are maintained with the court to ensure the finalizing of the divorce matter. Often times, in an uncontested divorce proceeding, the parties are not required to appear in court, as they have already agreed to the terms of the divorce without requiring any court involvement. In an uncontested divorce, it is not unusual for the parties to receive a divorce in a shorter time period than if the matter was contested.

In contested divorce proceedings, the parties either have not been able to decide all of the terms that will be acceptable by both parties, or they will not be able to agree on anything. At Banks Law, P.C., we understand that a contested divorce is often times clouded with the emotions associated with getting a divorce. When the parties are not able to come to a final agreement as to the terms of divorce, the Court has tools and options to assist the parties to a final resolution that will be fair and lawful.

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Sadiqa Banks, Esq. Banks Law, PC

Sadiqa Banks, Esq attorney at Law.

Family Law Attorney

Banks Law, P.C. was established to focus on the essential legal needs that arise in the family relationship.

Child Custody and Support

A common term that must been decided in a divorce proceeding relate to the children.


After a divorce or child support proceeding, one of the parties can experience a substantial life change.

Divorce Attorney

The two types of divorce proceedings available in Georgia are uncontested and contested.