In Georgia, marital property in a divorce is divided on the principle of “equitable division," which does not necessarily mean equal division. Property acquired by a married couple, with few exceptions such as inheritances or gifts, is deemed “marital." In the event of a divorce, property is divided between the parties fairly, taking into consideration a number of factors such as the length of the marriage, the contributions of each party to the marriage, the conduct of a spouse, the age of the parties, and several other factors. Our attorneys at Hedgepeth Heredia have extensive experience in litigating, mediating and settling divorce cases, from the most complex involving high assets and business interests to the relatively straightforward. We are licensed to practice in every county in Georgia and we are equipped with the knowledge and resources to handle your divorce effectively and efficiently.