Specializing in Family Law, Divorce, Custody, Visitation & Modification


Areas of Practice


Family law encompasses many different issues related to marriage, children and relationship-based financial arrangements.  Berryman Family Law is prepared to offer you expert representation to help you secure your rights as a spouse and as a parent.


Divorce can involve many different types of issues, such as: Identification and division of marital property, Identification and protection of separate and pre-marital assets, Alimony, Child Custody, and Child ...

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Child Custody

Child custody cases require the highest level of personal attention. Each case involves creating and presenting a parenting plan that addresses the following matters: Regular parenting time, Holiday and summer schedules, ...

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Child Support

Establishment of child support involves a determination of each parent’s income or ability to earn income. Georgia’s child support guidelines also include provisions for ensuring that special circumstances ...

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Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements offer important financial protection for clients who are entering into marriage and have the need to protect their premarital property, business enterprises, contractual rights, inheritances and ...

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Circumstances change. Child custody, child support and alimony often require adjustment to meet the changing needs of children and the financial abilities of the parties. We will review your current custody and support ...

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Legitimation and Paternity

Unmarried fathers must take legal initiative to acquire custody rights and visitation with their children. Georgia law requires an unmarried father to obtain a court order of legitimization prior to awarding the father ...

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Contempt and Enforcement of Court Orders

Disagreements can, and often do, continue even after a divorce decree or custody or support order has been entered by the court. These disagreements usually involve issues of compliance with the order. Sometimes, ...

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Mediation and Arbitration

Mediation is a voluntary dispute resolution process; all parties must consent to participate in good faith and work toward a mutually agreeable resolution.  Arbitration, on the other hand, is a dispute resolution ...

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