"Providing problem-solving services for separating and divorcing families is a community responsibility, not just a judicial responsibility. The welfare of the entire community especially its children - is impacted by how the members of the reorganized family relate to each other." -FAMILY COURT REVIEW, Vol. 51, No.3, July 2013
Information about Local Attorneys available to be hired in famly cases.*
Forms, Education and lnformation for:
*The Family Law Resource Center and Staff will not provide legal advice which should be sought from an attorney who represents you.
What To Bring?
Proof or Documentsof income showing how much and where you get money you live on, for example:
Paystubs, Tax Returns, W2s, 1099, Receipts, Disability, Unemployment, Public benefits, child support, alimony, gifts, rent paid to you, tips, cash payments.
Copies of any papers you have already filed and prior orders that may affect your case.
The Other Party if you can work together and you want to file an UNCONTESTED case.
Pre-register online Mediationsavannah.com
Family Law Resource Center Hours:
**Plan on two (2) hours to complete forms
Fee Waivers Available based on the Federal Poverty Guidelines
(no waiver will be granted without proof of income)
Information on local ATTORNEYS with family law practices.
STAFF SUPPORT including a "Stamp of Approval" that your forms are completed. You are responsible for the truth and accuracy of the information you provide.
SUPERVISION of forms and staff by an experienced member of the State Bar of Georgia.
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Savannah, Georgia 31405
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