Expert Consultants

Every divorce case has three components: legal, emotional and financial. The complexity of those components varies with the individual facts of each case. For example, any experienced divorce attorney can properly calculate statutory child support in a case where the non-custodial parent is a straight W-2 wage earner. However, if the non-custodial parent is self-employed or receives income from a source other than employment, that child support calculation becomes much more complex. Similarly, any experienced divorce attorney can draft a joint parenting agreement that will work for the average American family. However, if the child has special needs or if the parenting styles of mom and dad are different, a standard agreement will not suffice.

The Braselton Law Firm has relationships with an array of expert consultants and professionals whose knowledge we draw upon when the facts of a divorce case require more than just legal expertise.

  • Accounting
  • Business Valuation
  • Financial Planning
  • Psychology
  • Mediation
  • Divorce Coaching
  • Actuarial Analysis
  • Private Investigations
  • Property Appraisal.

These experts are readily available to assist our firm when a case requires their attention.