“Success in the courtroom is our passion. Whether representing an individual or a business entity, we utilize the best resources to ensure that your interests are represented to the court with the highest degree of professionalism.” ~Attorney Diana Lynch
What experience do we have in representing families in Court?
Divorce is always complicated, but the legal, financial and emotional issues can be even more complicated when the divorce involves significant income and assets. Over the past 20 years, our domestic litigation practice at The Lynch Law Group, P.C. has represented business leaders, professionals and individuals of independent means in divorce proceedings. In addition, we offer a special focus on the unique circumstances of sports and entertainment figures.
- FAMILY/DOMESTIC LAW
- HIGH WAGE EARNERS, ATHLETES & ENTERTAINER
- CHILD CUSTODY
- CHILD SUPPORT / ABANDONMENT
- DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIPS
- NUPTIAL AGREEMENTS
What experience do you have in Litigating Divorces?
Dissolution of marriage cases often result in a negotiated or mediated settlement. The Lynch Law Group, P.C., has successfully negotiated hundreds of out-of-court settlements. However, when litigation is the only resort, Lynch Law Group, PC, with over 20 years of litigation experience has the expertise to bring the firm’s substantial litigation background to provide robust representation in court.
What is a Prenuptial or Post-Nuptial Agreement?
Another important component of the domestic practice is pre-nuptial agreements, or as they are known under Georgia law, marital agreements, for individuals with current or future expectations of significant income and assets or unusual circumstances. These agreements are important when one spouse brings greater assets to a marriage, when individuals marry later in life, and when the marriage involves children from a previous marriage. A well-written pre-nuptial agreement helps to resolve in advance many of the issues that may arise in a divorce settlement.
The Lynch Law Group, P.C. also handles post-nuptial agreements, which are negotiated after a marriage has taken place. Post-nuptial agreements usually involve a change in circumstances, such as an inheritance or the launch of a new businesses or employment contract relationship.
For more information about high-asset domestic litigation and marital agreements, please schedule an in-office or online consultation.
Schedule an online consultation or call us today at (404) 880-9393.