Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in divorce cases of Georgia: Mediation, Arbitration and Evaluation

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Alternative Dispute Resolution is a general phrase for providing an alternative form of litigation to resolve disputes. In general, parties who have disagreements in a Georgia divorce case go to court to ask a judge or jury to determine who is “right”. A divorce case in Georgia can be long and costly for the parties involved, the parties file a complaint / response, conduct extensive discovery (usually for a period of six months), heard in different motions, and ultimately have a final hearing on all issues involved in their Cobb County Divorce case. When a divorce in Georgia completes a case, under this system, it is not atypical for the whole process to taking over a year and cost tens of thousands of dollars.

Alternative Dispute Resolution is an attempt to allow the parties in the Georgia divorce to develop their own “alternative” solution to the court rendering a decision on their case. In general, there are three basic forms of alternative dispute resolution that are commonly used in conjunction with, and sometimes instead of, the process of judgment in the court; mediation, arbitration and late case evaluation.

Mediation is a process in which a neutral third party (a “mediator”) seeks to facilitate discussions between the parties to help them develop the best solution to their disagreements. The mediator does not decide the issues involved. Instead, the mediator listens to both sides, usually separately, and tries to guide negotiations towards a win-win solution or a solution that ultimately, both sides can accept. The parties maintain absolute control over this process and are free to reject any offer of the other party at any time. Because the parties are developing their own solutions to their conflicts, often part of this process is finding a useful mechanism for resolving disputes.

Arbitration is another form of alternative dispute resolution. As with mediation, there is a neutral third party (or panel of arbitrators and mediators) involved (“referees”). Unlike mediation, arbitrators can render decisions regarding elements of the case. Thus, it works like a judge entering a judgment in a case. The main difference between the traditional court system and arbitration is that arbitration is not limited by various laws. This allows the arbitrator to expedite the dispute and avoid long delays in resolving the divorce.

Late case evaluators are something of a hybrid approach of these two methods. As a mediator, they do not have the power to make decisions. Unlike a mediator, a case evaluator provides guidance on how he or she believes the case will come out if it goes all the way to trial.

There are numerous variations on these basic forms of alternative dispute resolution. Given the rising costs of litigation and delays inherent in our legal system, these systems are seeing increased use and are even increasing to be mandated by the courts before final judgement.

Your Choice for Family Law and Criminal Defense

This may be the first time you’re facing a divorce, child custody battle, spousal support or criminal charge but it’s not ours. The Cherry Law Firm, P.C.  offers you individual attention, knowledgeable guidance and experienced, aggressive representation.

Personal Guidance Through Family Transitions

Given the emotional, financial and legal impact of a divorce or criminal charge on you and your family, we work closely with you through every step of your case and even prepare you for life after your case is over.
We take steps to protect your rights and ensure you aren’t saddled with a settlement or conviction you’ll regret in the long run. We are prepared to negotiate, but are also aggressive litigators fighting for you, especially when the division of debt, marital assets and custody issues or criminal charges are involved.

Experienced, Aggressive Representation

Attorney Diane Cherry has practiced law for more than 20 years. She is an aggressive trial attorney who knows when and how to fight hard and when a more subtle approach is more appropriate.  She understands that some cases are more suitable for settlement or alternative dispute resolution, while others must be fought hard in court to the end. She has practiced in state and federal courtrooms throughout the area and have a long and successful track record.

Attorney Diane Cherry approaches legal problems by first trying to resolve them amicably without going through the time-consuming and expensive process of litigation. But if your case is one where litigation is warranted, remember that Diane Cherry is a trial lawyers who is not afraid to fight for you, and will be with you every step of the way.

Your Problems Are Now Our Problems

For more information regarding how we can help you through any family law or criminal issue, call us at 770-444-3399 or contact us by email today. Our office is conveniently located in Kennesaw, Georgia close to downtown Marietta and conveniently located in between the Cobb County and Cherokee County Courthouses and is  easily accessible to all of metro Atlanta, including Fulton, Dekalb, Paulding, Bartow and Douglas counties.

Schedule Your Consultation Today

If you are struggling with a serious family law or criminal defense issue, Diane Cherry can help you pursue a favorable outcome. Call today to speak with experienced Cobb County criminal and family law attorney, Diane Cherry.

The Cherry Law Firm, P.C.
1301 Shiloh Road, Suite 1620
Kennesaw, Georgia 30144
770-444-3399-Telephone
770-444-3376-Fax

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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in divorce cases of Georgia: Mediation, Arbitration and Evaluation

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Alternative Dispute Resolution is a general phrase for providing an alternative form of litigation to resolve disputes. In general, parties who have disagreements in a Georgia divorce case go to court to ask a judge or jury to determine who is “right”. A divorce case in Georgia can be long and costly for the parties involved, the parties file a complaint / response, conduct extensive discovery (usually for a period of six months), heard in different motions, and ultimately have a final hearing on all issues involved in their Cobb County Divorce case. When a divorce in Georgia completes a case, under this system, it is not atypical for the whole process to taking over a year and cost tens of thousands of dollars.

Alternative Dispute Resolution is an attempt to allow the parties in the Georgia divorce to develop their own “alternative” solution to the court rendering a decision on their case. In general, there are three basic forms of alternative dispute resolution that are commonly used in conjunction with, and sometimes instead of, the process of judgment in the court; mediation, arbitration and late case evaluation.

Mediation is a process in which a neutral third party (a “mediator”) seeks to facilitate discussions between the parties to help them develop the best solution to their disagreements. The mediator does not decide the issues involved. Instead, the mediator listens to both sides, usually separately, and tries to guide negotiations towards a win-win solution or a solution that ultimately, both sides can accept. The parties maintain absolute control over this process and are free to reject any offer of the other party at any time. Because the parties are developing their own solutions to their conflicts, often part of this process is finding a useful mechanism for resolving disputes.

Arbitration is another form of alternative dispute resolution. As with mediation, there is a neutral third party (or panel of arbitrators and mediators) involved (“referees”). Unlike mediation, arbitrators can render decisions regarding elements of the case. Thus, it works like a judge entering a judgment in a case. The main difference between the traditional court system and arbitration is that arbitration is not limited by various laws. This allows the arbitrator to expedite the dispute and avoid long delays in resolving the divorce.

Late case evaluators are something of a hybrid approach of these two methods. As a mediator, they do not have the power to make decisions. Unlike a mediator, a case evaluator provides guidance on how he or she believes the case will come out if it goes all the way to trial.

There are numerous variations on these basic forms of alternative dispute resolution. Given the rising costs of litigation and delays inherent in our legal system, these systems are seeing increased use and are even increasing to be mandated by the courts before final judgement.

Your Choice for Family Law and Criminal Defense

This may be the first time you’re facing a divorce, child custody battle, spousal support or criminal charge but it’s not ours. The Cherry Law Firm, P.C.  offers you individual attention, knowledgeable guidance and experienced, aggressive representation.

Personal Guidance Through Family Transitions

Given the emotional, financial and legal impact of a divorce or criminal charge on you and your family, we work closely with you through every step of your case and even prepare you for life after your case is over.
We take steps to protect your rights and ensure you aren’t saddled with a settlement or conviction you’ll regret in the long run. We are prepared to negotiate, but are also aggressive litigators fighting for you, especially when the division of debt, marital assets and custody issues or criminal charges are involved.

Experienced, Aggressive Representation

Attorney Diane Cherry has practiced law for more than 20 years. She is an aggressive trial attorney who knows when and how to fight hard and when a more subtle approach is more appropriate.  She understands that some cases are more suitable for settlement or alternative dispute resolution, while others must be fought hard in court to the end. She has practiced in state and federal courtrooms throughout the area and have a long and successful track record.

Attorney Diane Cherry approaches legal problems by first trying to resolve them amicably without going through the time-consuming and expensive process of litigation. But if your case is one where litigation is warranted, remember that Diane Cherry is a trial lawyers who is not afraid to fight for you, and will be with you every step of the way.

Your Problems Are Now Our Problems

For more information regarding how we can help you through any family law or criminal issue, call us at 770-444-3399 or contact us by email today. Our office is conveniently located in Kennesaw, Georgia close to downtown Marietta and conveniently located in between the Cobb County and Cherokee County Courthouses and is  easily accessible to all of metro Atlanta, including Fulton, Dekalb, Paulding, Bartow and Douglas counties.

Schedule Your Consultation Today

If you are struggling with a serious family law or criminal defense issue, Diane Cherry can help you pursue a favorable outcome. Call today to speak with experienced Cobb County criminal and family law attorney, Diane Cherry.

The Cherry Law Firm, P.C.
1301 Shiloh Road, Suite 1620
Kennesaw, Georgia 30144
770-444-3399-Telephone
770-444-3376-Fax

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Facebook noted in one-third of divorce cases, the survey shows

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The Facebook phenomenon has become commonplace: a long marriage grown stale through gestures that have become routine and stress of parenting. An old flame appears on Facebook. Innocent flirting ensues. Next thing you realize, you have divorce papers in your hands. What happened?

Online Friendship Gone Awry

A new survey by the UK based on Divorce-Online site reported that Facebook played a role in one out of three divorces in 2011 there.

The 2009 survey showed Divorce-Online 20 percent, so the number seems to be increasing. A figure widely circulated in news reports last year suggested that Facebook played a role in the testimony during one of every five divorces in the States.

“In fact,” states Diane Cherry, Esq., “People will tell me that they have separated because a spouse was on Facebook all the time, although there was no suspicion of betrayal.”

The survey lists the top three reasons for Facebook emerged in the divorce petitions (surprise! secondary Boyfriend does not make the list):

Inappropriate messages to members of the opposite sex on the site.
Separated spouses are apt to posting nasty comments on the other ones’ page.
Facebook friends report the behavior of a spouse. (Maybe a little deviated from the “norm”.)

About Last Night. . .

Obtaining a divorce is not as simple as packing up your things and move to your old bachelor/bachelorette pad. First, it is necessary to agree with your spouse about how to divide property and children, and if you can not reach agreement, then have a judge review the circumstances. That’s where the story of Facebook can turn against you.

“Facebook pages and messages are very commonly used as evidence in divorce cases,” says Ms. Cherry.  One should know better than to post drunk photos with the children in the background (at least not in the South, ha).

Not the kind of photos you want to bring before the court, but once they are loose on the Internet, they are “fair game”.

Do not shoot the messenger

A survey conducted last year by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers found 81 percent of divorce lawyers report social media as a growing source of evidence in divorce cases, including 66 percent of respondents said that Facebook was the main source of evidence of social media.

A spokesman for Facebook stated in a previous article, “It is ridiculous to suggest that Facebook leads to divorce. Whether you’re breaking, or just join Facebook is only a way to communicate, such as letters, phone calls and emails. Facebook does not cause divorces, people do. “

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Attorney Diane Cherry brings over twenty years of experience to The Cherry Law Firm, P.C., including criminal law, family law and civil litigation.  Diane Cherry, founder of The Cherry Law Firm, P.C. has been practicing law in the Metro Atlanta area since 1992. Attorney Cherry is a tenacious trial attorney, a reasonable but practical negotiator, and a truly compassionate family law and criminal defense attorney, who knows how to get results.
Attorney Diane Cherry maintains a general civil and criminal litigation practice, with a heavy emphasis on family law and criminal defense. The criminal practice runs the gamut of state and federal crimes from misdemeanors and traffic offenses to drug possession and DUIs, while her family law practices ranges from simple uncontested divorces to complex litigation involving child custody and millions of dollars worth of assets.

In addition to experience, when you choose The Cherry Law Firm, P.C. you are choosing to work with an attorney and staff who still believe in providing personal, one-on-one service that goes well beyond the norm. We truly care about our clients, and we believe that this fact is evident in the manner in which we serve them.

Contact  attorney Diane Cherry today to schedule a free initial consultation regarding your case.  Our office hours are Monday – Friday 8:30 – 5:00pm. Evening and weekend appointments are available as needed to suit your busy schedule.

Located in Kennesaw, Georgia, family law attorney Diane Cherry of The Cherry Law Firm, P.C., serves the Atlanta metro area, including Cobb County, Douglas County, Fulton County, Cherokee County, DeKalb County, Paulding County, Bartow County,  and Gwinnett County, Georgia.

Education:
J.D., Temple University School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1988
B.A., New York University,  1983

Admissions:
Georgia State and Superior Courts (1992)
United States District Court, Northern District of  Georgia (1979)
United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit (1986)

Professional Associations/Memberships/Affiliations:
Cobb County Bar Association
Georgia Bar Association, (Family Law and Criminal Law Sections)
Certified Guardian Ad Litem
Certified Special Master
Georgia Justice Foundation, Volunteer Lawyer
Atlanta Legal Aid, Volunteer Lawyer
Families First, Volunteer Lawyer
National Women’s Law Center, Volunteer Lawyer
Cobb County Family Law Workshop, Volunteer Presenter
Cobb Library Foundation, Past President (2010-2012)

(770) 444-3399 Call for a free appointment.  www.cherrylawoffice.com

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Adjustments for Child Support Payments in Georgia at Age 18

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In Georgia, child support payments are calculated to cover all minor children in a home. However, when an older child reaches 18 years of age (also known as “years”), there are often changes in child support obligation to reflect the lower number of minor children at home. In a case that has been fully resolved, the submission of a modification of child support is often necessary to adjust the amount of support. For those currently going through a divorce please read this?You can include a clause that states that the child support remains the same until the youngest child turns 18.  What if the first-born wants to get a higher education?  Will a single parent need help with college expenses, OH YES!  And we thought that High School was expensive.  Please utilize this strategy to ensure that you children are afforded the benefits of a solid education!

Your Choice for Family Law and Criminal Defense

This may be the first time you’re facing a divorce, child custody battle, spousal support or criminal charge but it’s not ours. The Cherry Law Firm, P.C.  offers you individual attention, knowledgeable guidance and experienced, aggressive representation.

Personal Guidance Through Family Transitions

Given the emotional, financial and legal impact of a divorce or criminal charge on you and your family, we work closely with you through every step of your case and even prepare you for life after your case is over.
We take steps to protect your rights and ensure you aren’t saddled with a settlement or conviction you’ll regret in the long run. We are prepared to negotiate, but are also aggressive litigators fighting for you, especially when the division of debt, marital assets and custody issues or criminal charges are involved.

Experienced, Aggressive Representation

Attorney Diane Cherry has practiced law for more than 20 years. She is an aggressive trial attorney who knows when and how to fight hard and when a more subtle approach is more appropriate.  She understands that some cases are more suitable for settlement or alternative dispute resolution, while others must be fought hard in court to the end. She has practiced in state and federal courtrooms throughout the area and have a long and successful track record.

Attorney Diane Cherry approaches legal problems by first trying to resolve them amicably without going through the time-consuming and expensive process of litigation. But if your case is one where litigation is warranted, remember that Diane Cherry is a trial lawyers who is not afraid to fight for you, and will be with you every step of the way.

Your Problems Are Now Our Problems

For more information regarding how we can help you through any family law or criminal issue, call us at 770-444-3399 or contact us by email today. Our office is conveniently located in Kennesaw, Georgia close to downtown Marietta and conveniently located in between the Cobb County and Cherokee County Courthouses and is  easily accessible to all of metro Atlanta, including Fulton, Dekalb, Paulding, Bartow and Douglas counties.

Schedule Your Consultation Today

If you are struggling with a serious family law or criminal defense issue, Diane Cherry can help you pursue a favorable outcome. Call today to speak with experienced Cobb County criminal and family law attorney, Diane Cherry.

The Cherry Law Firm, P.C.
1301 Shiloh Road, Suite 1620
Kennesaw, Georgia 30144
770-444-3399-Telephone
770-444-3376-Fax

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Before You Start Dating Again as a Single Parent…

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As a single parent, thinking about dating doesn’t just affect you; it affects your whole family. Before you start dating again, take the time to prepare yourself and your kids.

Make Taking Care of Yourself a Priority

Taking care of yourself shows self-respect, and it’s also a reflection of your personal boundaries. Think about it. The people who are willing to invest some time and energy in taking care of themselves are also willing to invest in their personal relationships, right? So make the commitment to start taking care of yourself now, and view it as good practice for the investment of time and energy you plan to make in a future dating relationship. After all, if you don’t even have time to take care of yourself at this point, how can you even think about adding another person to the mix?

Widen Your Circle of Friends

Don’t limit yourself to seeking out “dates.” Instead, make an effort to establish deeper friendships all around. Who do you know at work or from your child’s activities that you’d like to get to know better? Introduce yourself and establish a friendship. It’s doesn’t even matter if these are men or women. In reality, the relationships will enrich your life, and these new friends will also introduce you to their friends, who might be great companions.

Get Out of the House Regularly

This sounds simple, but it’s an important aspect of readying your kids for your future social life. After all, when they’re accustomed to your going out occasionally, dating won’t seem like such a shock to their routine. So don’t hesitate to hire a sitter and get out of the house. Go see a movie or browse in a bookstore – think of it as preparation for a lively social life.

Be Observant

Start paying attention to the relationships around you. What do you notice? What do you respect? What qualities do you appreciate in others? This is actually one good reason to seek out some married friends. They can help you identify not only what you’re looking for – but also what you’re not.

Talk With Your Kids About Dating

Spend some time talking with your kids about your desire to date. They have a right to know whether you’re building casual friendships or whether you really hope to get married again (or for the first time). Be honest with their questions and don’t be afraid to say, “I’m not ready to answer that at this time.” Look, your kids are your family. Of course, you can’t predict the future, but you can clue them in to your intentions. Think of your honesty at this point – before you’ve even begun to date – as a seed which will grow into their future acceptance.

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The Cherry Law Firm, P.C. has the experience to build high quality legal defense team and handles cases throughout the state of Georgia. We offer a Free Initial Consultation in every case, and our consultation process is longer than most other law firms.   If you need a dedicated advocate in any family law or criminal cases, please contact attorney Diane Cherry. (770) 444-3399 or dianecherryesq@gmail.com.
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Father Rights in Cobb and Cherokee County

Father Rights in Cobb and Cherokee County

At The Cherry Law Firm, P.C., located in Kennesaw, Georgia, we know how devastating it is to be separated from your children. Just as important, your children need and want to spend time with you. At The Cherry Law Firm, P.C., we understand that while you are no longer someone’s husband, you are, and always will be, somebody’s dad.

We strongly believe that, in most cases, a father should be afforded the same rights and privileges as a mother.   Studies have shown that a fathers’ presence in their child’s life is critical for their physical and emotional development.   If you are a father and you believe your rights as such have been violated, it is time to take a stand and fight for your rights.

We are brutally honest with our assessment. If you do not need an attorney to fix your problem, we will tell you, and will give you tips on how to handle it yourself. If you have a case that we think we cannot “win,” i.e meet the goals that you have set, we will let you know.

Unlike some attorneys, we will not tell you want you want to hear in order to get your money. We are in a unique position where we have a great deal of referrals due to our past successes, and only accept cases that fit into our firm’s philosophy and caseload. That means we turn down more cases than we accept, so you can be assured that if we accept your case, it is because we believe in you and your case.

The Cherry Law Firm, P.C.
1301 Shiloh Road, Suite 1620
Kennesaw, Georgia 30144
770-444-3399-Telephone
770-444-3376-Fax

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If you are struggling with a serious family law or criminal defense issue, Diane Cherry can help you pursue a favorable outcome. Call today to speak with experienced Cobb County criminal and family law attorney, Diane Cherry.

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1301 Shiloh Road, Suite 1620
Kennesaw, Georgia 30144
770-444-3399-Telephone
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2013 Family Fun Safety Day at the Cobb Safety Village (June 21)

Originally posted on Occupy My Family:

Location:  Cobb Safety Village  logo_Cobb Safety Village
1220 Al Bishop Drive
Marietta, GA

Time:  9:00 AM- Noon

Details:  Families are invited to enjoy an entertaining and educational event during Family Fun Safety Day 9 a.m.-noon, Friday, June 21, at the Cobb Safety Village. Activities will include a tour of Sparky’s House, water safety games, free finger painting kits and up-close views of emergency vehicles. Participating agencies include Cobb Animal Control, Cobb 911, Cobb Fire and Emergency Services, Cobb Police Department, Safe Kids Cobb County, Safe Path Children’s Advocacy Center and WellStar Health Systems.

Cost:
$5.00 per person, $20.00 max per family

For More Information Visit:
http://www.cobbcountyga.gov/safetyvillage/

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Check the Credentials of Your Cobb County Divorce Attorney

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This may be the first time you’re facing a divorce, child custody battle, spousal support or criminal charge but it’s not ours. The Cherry Law Firm, P.C.  offers you individual attention, knowledgeable guidance and experienced, aggressive representation.

Personal Guidance Through Family Transitions

Given the emotional, financial and legal impact of a divorce or criminal charge on you and your family, we work closely with you through every step of your case and even prepare you for life after your case is over.
We take steps to protect your rights and ensure you aren’t saddled with a settlement or conviction you’ll regret in the long run. We are prepared to negotiate, but are also aggressive litigators fighting for you, especially when the division of debt, marital assets and custody issues or criminal charges are involved.

Experienced, Aggressive Representation

Attorney Diane Cherry has practiced law for more than 20 years. She is an aggressive trial attorney who knows when and how to fight hard and when a more subtle approach is more appropriate.  She understands that some cases are more suitable for settlement or alternative dispute resolution, while others must be fought hard in court to the end. She has practiced in state and federal courtrooms throughout the area and have a long and successful track record.

Attorney Diane Cherry approaches legal problems by first trying to resolve them amicably without going through the time-consuming and expensive process of litigation. But if your case is one where litigation is warranted, remember that Diane Cherry is a trial lawyers who is not afraid to fight for you, and will be with you every step of the way.

Your Problems Are Now Our Problems

For more information regarding how we can help you through any family law or criminal issue, call us at 770-444-3399 or contact us by email today. Our office is conveniently located in Kennesaw, Georgia close to downtown Marietta and conveniently located in between the Cobb County and Cherokee County Courthouses and is  easily accessible to all of metro Atlanta, including Fulton, Dekalb, Paulding, Bartow and Douglas counties.

Schedule Your Consultation Today

If you are struggling with a serious family law or criminal defense issue, Diane Cherry can help you pursue a favorable outcome. Call today to speak with experienced Cobb County criminal and family law attorney, Diane Cherry.

The Cherry Law Firm, P.C.
1301 Shiloh Road, Suite 1620
Kennesaw, Georgia 30144
770-444-3399-Telephone
770-444-3376-Fax

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Father Rights in Cobb and Cherokee County

At The Cherry Law Firm, P.C., located in Kennesaw, Georgia, we know how devastating it is to be separated from your children. Just as important, your children need and want to spend time with you. At The Cherry Law Firm, P.C., we understand that while you are no longer someone’s husband, you are, and always will be, somebody’s dad.

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