Every county in Georgia has a different set of procedures pertaining to divorce and a different set of judges to uphold them. This makes it critically important to hire a local attorney who knows how to navigate through the area court system. In Cherokee County, it is important to know that it may take two to three months before your divorce hearing. This is much longer than in other counties, such as Fulton County. This delay is the result of fewer judges and an overburdened court caseload.
Our attorneys will help you understand the timeframe for your divorce. Whether you have a high-asset divorce or a military divorce, our lawyers will work to competently and efficiently finalize your case, within the Cherokee County parameters.
Seeking a Divorce in Cherokee County?
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