Our Philosophy

Who We Are

At the law firm of Edwards Family Law, we are dedicated to helping our clients resolve family law matters in the most effective and favorable manner possible. Our attorneys have wide experience handling all types of family law problems.

In any family law matter, several legal approaches are possible. We use the legal strategies that are most appropriate for the task at hand. These include negotiated settlements, mediation and collaborative law, as well as litigation. We understand the unique characteristics and procedures of the various courts in the Greater Atlanta region and will work to achieve your desired result quickly and cost-effectively.

Our Philosophy

A divorce or other family law case can have far-reaching and long-lasting effects. To protect your rights and achieve a positive outcome, both wise counsel and firm advocacy are essential.

At Edwards Family Law, we understand the turmoil and emotional upheaval that a family law crisis can bring. We are strong advocates for the protection of our clients’ rights and interests. When you come to Edwards Family Law, we make it our goal to achieve the solution that is right for you and enables you to move forward with your life from the best position possible.

A Personalized Approach

Our lawyers work closely with you to understand your needs, your hopes for your family and your long-term goals. We will explain the legal process and discuss possible solutions. Working closely with you, we will choose a legal strategy designed to achieve your goals and make a successful transition to the next stage of your life.

In many cases, divorce does not have to be a painful process. Whenever possible, we use collaborative law, mediation, or negotiation to achieve acceptable solutions with a minimum of expense and emotional stress. However, in contentious child custody or property division cases, we will litigate aggressively, if needed, to protect your rights and achieve your goals. Our firm is known state-wide for our advocacy of father’s rights.