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Experienced Divorce & Family Law Attorneys That Get Results

When it matters most, the team at Abbott, Abbott & Logan is on your side. We have more than 45 years of combined experience dealing exclusively in all matters of family law including divorce, child custody, division of assets and more. Based in Marietta and serving all of Metro Atlanta and Georgia, our team of family law and divorce attorneys is committed to the aggressive representation it takes to get the results and resolution that you need.




Property Division


Mediation & More

Child Custody


Child Support

Enforcement & Contempt Actions

Parent Relocation

Paternity & More

Post Divorce

Child Custody Modifications

Child Support Modifications


Spousal Support

Enforcement & Contempt Actions & More

Family Law


Domestic Violence


Same Sex Family Law
& More

Our Attorneys

Abbott, Abbott & Logan is comprised of experienced divorce and family law attorneys based in Marietta, Georgia who have spent years navigating Georgia court systems including Cobb, Cherokee, Fulton, Paulding and more. We believe in leaving nothing to chance when it comes to aggressively protecting your rights and interests.

“If you find yourself in a situation to file for a divorce with children, please reach out to this firm. They fight for what is right and FAIR. The communication is very open and everyone in the office is responsive.”



“Their team truly cares about their clients and the outcomes of their cases, you absolutely couldn’t ask for better lawyers."



“Very very good people. Heather and BJ really care about families and are great attorneys.”



“The Law offices of Abbott & Abbott took care of me during the most stressful time of my life. B.J. seemed to anticipate what my needs would be moving forward and took care of things all along the way, enabling me to proceed without worrying about it every step of the way.”




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