Same Sex Divorce
Alpharetta Divorce Lawyer
After decades of protracted court battles, infringed rights, and widespread
discrimination, gay and lesbian Americans have finally received the same
rights afforded to heterosexual individuals; namely, the right to get
married. As with any other couple, however, irreconcilable differences
in a same-sex marriage may lead to a divorce.
At The Law Offices of David E. Oles, our
Alpharetta divorce attorney has more than two decades of experience guiding his clients through this
complex and emotional process. When you retain our firm, you can trust
that you are choosing an attorney who is truly committed to your best
We work tirelessly to help our clients move forward with their lives. Call
(770) 648-0744 to learn how we can help you.
What Are Acceptable Grounds for a Same Sex Divorce?
There is zero legal distinction between a same sex divorce and a heterosexual
divorce, so the process will be the same. In Georgia, there are two types
of divorce cases – contested, and uncontested. The type of divorce
will be dependent on your ability to work with your spouse and compromise.
Uncontested divorce is only possible if you and your spouse can agree on things like property
child custody schedules if you have kids.
Contested divorce is typically a much longer process, as these issues must be worked out
through the court rather than with your spouse. These divorces can also
be much more expensive.
Not sure if divorce is right for you? Our attorney can review your case
at no cost in a
Call (770) 648-0744 for Compassionate Counsel
If you are considering divorce, it’s important to contact an Alpharetta
divorce attorney early in the process to protect your rights and interests.
You’ll find the compassionate, knowledgeable representation you
need at The Law Office of David E. Oles. Our firm is truly dedicated to
helping our clients get the best possible results in their divorce, and
can do the same for you when you retain our firm.
We take great pride in helping our clients move forward with their lives.
Call (770) 648-0744 to secure devoted representation.