Jane Vern Schlachter

There is an expression "people feel emotionally paralyzed when going through a divorce."   In my twenty seven years of practicing law I have witnessed this to be true.   It has nothing to do with common sense, education or finances.  Decisions about everything become increasingly more difficult, sleep vacates us, memory suffers and nerves are pushed to their limit especially when there are children involved.  It doesn't have to be this way.  Filing a Divorce Complaint is one of the most difficult decisions you will ever make.  Attorney Schlachter will vigorously represent her clients, assist them in navigating through the legal process while providing personalized, precise, and compassionate direction  to protect your family's future .   She will sit down with you and establish what is most important to you and  set goals.  Attorney Schlachter and her staff are ready to listen and be your arduous advocate.

  

Attorney Schlachter will  work toward securing what is in the "best interests of your children."   She won't settle for less or advise you to do that.  She will make sure you fully understand the new Child Support Guidelines that came into effect January 2007 and how it will impact your set of circumstances.   As a client  of this law firm you need not worry about what questions to ask nor whether you have all the answers because your attorney will be looking out for  your best interests from the very beginning.   Even if you believe you and your spouse agree on everything and you don't feel you need an attorney, acting without one could be a costly mistake. 

  

She has handled a broad range of incomes and accounts from the very simple to the very complicated.   Where assets are limited and child support is required, Ms. Schlachter will strive to work out the least expensive, most fair, and best long-term resolution.  Where assets are considerable, a non-adversarial approach is still preferred but when taking a case to full litigation before a Judge, She will work zealously on behalf of her client, seeking the optimal outcome.  

  

You can feel secure knowing you are the attorney's  top priority.  A  mutual agreement between spouses (often arrived at in mediation) can substantially reduce the cost and emotional turmoil.  Going to trial is only your last resort.                                                                                                                                                                                   


If you feel that you could benefit from the advice of counsel with significant family law experience,

please call today to make an appointment. you will be able to speak directly with Jane Schlachter, Attorney.

Phone: (770) 951-1212

  Attorney-at-Law
6445 Powers Ferry Road, Suite 265

Atlanta  Georgia  30339

janeschlachterlaw@gmail.com
Phone: (770) 951-1212

Fax: (770) 952-3358

Attorney Schlachter is qualified to assist you in all  matters concerning: Divorce (contested or uncontested), Temporary Support, Child Custody, Child Visitation, Change of Custody. Child Support, Alimony, Modification of Child Support, Property Division, Division of Businesses, Parental Relocations, Paternity, Grandparents Rights, Prenuptial/Postnuptial Agreements, Domestic Violence (temporary restraining orders), Adoptions, Motions to Compel, Motions for Contempt, Intermediate Hearings, Trials,  and Mediation.

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