341 East Main Street
Canton, GA 30114
770-479-1844
730 E. Second St.
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
706-946-1844
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Divorce

Uncontested Divorce
Not all divorces in Georgia have to be lengthy, expensive or high conflict. Our attorneys frequently handle cases in which the parties are able to settle all of the issues by equitably dividing their assets and liabilities without the stress of a high conflict divorce. Although you and your spouse may agree on all of the issues between you the cumbersome paperwork involved with the divorce actions can be overwhelming and confusing. Our attorneys will guide you through the divorce process and can also assist you with preparing the necessary documents for cases involving minor children.
Contested Divorce
A contested divorce or high conflict divorce occurs when the parties are unable to resolve the issues pending between them prior to filing the Complaint for Divorce. At Thompson, Meier & King, we pride ourselves in being able to guide you through the most difficult and stressful time of your life. Our attorneys handle a wide range of complex divorce and family law cases and will diligently represent you through your divorce. With a wealth of experience, the attorneys at Thompson, Meier & King, P.C. will provide knowledgeable guidance to you to help you navigate the division of your real property, personal property, as well as any other issues involved.
Divorce with minor children
When parents decide to get a divorce, it can be a difficult time in both the lives of the parents and the children. Our attorneys will ensure the proper preparation of the Parenting Plan and related documents and vigorously represent you in obtaining custody of your children.
High Asset Divorce
Dividing assets can be very difficult when there are businesses, real estate, financial accounts and substantial assets involved. Our attorneys are experienced in litigating high asset divorces and can assist you with obtaining your equitable portion of the marital property.
Same Sex Divorce
The arrival of same-sex marriage throughout the United States, including Georgia, was a tremendous development in the advancement of equal protection under the law. The change in the law means that all legally married couples now have to go through the same divorce process.

If you find yourself needing to talk to one of our experienced divorce attorneys, serving Canton, Cherokee County and the surrounding north Georgia area, contact Thompson, Meier & King today to setup an appointment.