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Family Law in Atlanta

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How We Keep Your Case Moving Despite Covid-19

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We are living through some very strange and challenging times; the government mandated order to stay home in an effort to quarantine and slow the spread of covid-19 has created many challenges for divorced and separated parents who share custody. At Hobson & Hobson, we are still actively working with our clients via email, phone and video conferencing. While the courts are not currently open, it’s important to understand that most of family law happens outside of the courts.

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Are there Tips or Best Practices for Co-Parenting Through Corona?

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Yes, Chris Hobson our lead family attorney will be providing videos weekly to update what’s happening with the courts as well as give best practices and tips for how to co-parent through these unprecedented times.

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Are Family Law Courts in Georgia Closed?

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Yes, the courts have issued a Judicial State of emergency that has suspended all court hearings until April 11th. There are still methods like arbitration and mediation that will allow you to resolve issues through the courts. If you have questions on that, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Chris Hobson's Covid-19 Video Series

Ready to Get Started?

We can help. We can guide you through the consultation process starting with a scheduled call back from a member of our intake team. If you would prefer to speak directly and confidently with an attorney, a paid hour consultation is also available. To arrange a meeting, contact us today.

Ready to Get Started?

We can help. We can guide you through the consultation process starting with a scheduled call back from a member of our intake team. If you would prefer to speak directly and confidently with an attorney, a paid hour consultation is also available. To arrange a meeting, contact us today.