Voted Cherokee County’s #1 Best Attorney for 2024

Jenn Geller, an esteemed family law attorney, operates her practice from Downtown Canton, located in Cherokee County. With over 13 years of legal experience, Jenn specializes in providing comprehensive divorce services tailored to her clients’ needs. Whether it’s contested or uncontested divorce proceedings, Jenn guides her clients through every step of the process with compassion and expertise. Her services cover various aspects of divorce, including alimony arrangements and legal separations. Known for her passionate advocacy and transparent communication, Jenn Geller is dedicated to helping clients achieve favorable outcomes while minimizing stress and uncertainty.

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Contested Divorce

A contested divorce is the process by which a petition is filed with the Court until a full agreement is reached or a final hearing is held to resolve the disputed issues. In a contested divorce, you and your spouse are unable to agree on all issues such as asset and debt division, alimony, child custody, and child support.

A contested divorce often includes hearings before the Court, mediation, discovery, and negotiations to move towards case resolution or a final hearing. Geller Law will work to achieve a favorable outcome for you and your family. We have the experience needed to handle highly contentious matters. Contact our firm today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can help you through this difficult time.

Uncontested Divorce

An uncontested divorce means you and your spouse have worked together to come to terms on all issues about your divorce, but you need an attorney to prepare, file, and review the court documents to ensure you are protected. Often spouses think their case is uncontested, but they may not have thought of all legal issues that must be included for an agreement to be lawful, correct, and accepted by the Court.

An uncontested divorce can be granted 31 days after the filing of the final documents with the Court. Geller Law handles uncontested divorces and can work with you to ensure an amicable and peaceful process.

Same Sex Divorce

A married same-sex couple can get divorced in Georgia in the exact same way that an opposite-sex couple can. They will have to resolve divorce issues such as property division and alimony (spousal support), and if applicable, child custody and child support.

Geller Law is well versed in Same Sex Divorce and will guide you through this challenging time.


There is no exact formula for alimony in Georgia. Alimony is determined at the discretion of the Court or agreement of the parties. Often, the Court will look at factors such as age, education, lifestyles, length of the marriage, earning capacity, and other factors to determine the amount and length of an alimony payment.

Legal Separation

Georgia law allows for spouses to determine guidelines and rules for their separation without getting divorced. There are many reason spouses may choose this route, one being the hope of reconciliation.

A Separate Maintenance Order specifies a married couple’s rights and responsibilities while they are living apart. At the conclusion of the case, the parties are still married.

The law on Separate Maintenance can be tricky to navigate and must be done correctly to ensure you are protected down the road.

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