Family Law Made E-Z as 1-2-3!

DOZIER LAW, P.C. can’t give you much help in making the divorce decision, which is solely yours, but we can help after you make that decision. We do our best to get cases settled in two shakes of a lamb’s tail.

Our Family Law Made E-Z program allows us to do just that – make family law easy. In every agreed-upon divorce case dealing with children, three sets of documents are required:

  1. a Separation Agreement, which deals with division of real and personal property, including retirement, division of debts, alimony, dependency exemptions, life insurance, and other related issues.
  2. a Parenting Plan, which deals with legal and physical custody and sets forth a detailed parenting time schedule for weekends, weekdays, major holidays, vacation periods, other holidays, birthdays, special days, and other extended periods of time, outlines transportation arrangements, details communication provisions, and deals with access to the child(ren)'s records and information.
  3. a Child Support Addendum, which incorporates by reference the Child Support Worksheet(s) and schedule(s) and which deals with child support, childcare expenses, health insurance, health insurance premiums, and uninsured health care expenses.

To protect your privacy, we believe that these three sets of documents should never be combined because each document may be sent to others (see diagram below). While the school may need your Parenting Plan, they don’t need to know how you divided property or what your income is.

Legal matters surrounding divorce can be complex and difficult to manage on your own. DOZIER LAW, P.C., Divorce Law Attorneys, have the experience you need to navigate the process to find a solution that works best for you. Our goal is peaceful settlements, but we are prepared to take your case to court if necessary. Contact DOZIER LAW, P.C., Georgia Family Law Attorneys in Rincon, Effingham County, Chatham County, Bulloch County, Screven County and Bryan County, Georgia.

For additional information, go to the our Family Law Practice Area.