Brad Sperr

Brad Sperr

Sperr Law Offices

Athens, GA

  • user-graduate Education University System of Georgia - University of Georgia
  • Experience 16 years of experience year
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Practice Areas

Estate Planning
Elder Law
Estate Planning

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • Georgia
    Since 2005

Professional Experience

  • Owner
    Sperr Law Offices
    2017 - Current

Professional Associations

  • State Bar of Georgia # 672072


  • University System of Georgia - University of Georgia
    2002 - 2005
Legal Answers
  • Q. How do i file for a no fault divorce with a child involved
    A: A "no-fault" divorce just means that you are claiming irreconcilable differences as the grounds for your divorce. In the past, Georgia law used to require that you have other grounds (such as cruel treatment or adultery) in order for the court to grant a divorce. Now, you simply have to plead that you have irreconcilable differences with your spouse with no hope of reconciliation. The court will grant your divorce on these grounds even if your husband doesn't want a divorce and even if you have children together. The only reason a court wouldn't grant a "no fault" is if you and your husband had since reconciled and your husband moved to dismiss your complaint.
    July 12, 2017


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