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Natalie Phan
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Natalie Phan

Natalie Phan Law, LLC

Atlanta, GA

About Natalie

Natalie Phan Law, LLC is a client-centric law firm that focuses on immigration and family law. We serve clients in Cobb, Dekalb, Douglas, Fulton, and Gwinnett counties.

Practice Areas

Child Support
Custody
Divorce and Separation
Family
Immigration
Marriage and Prenuptials
Power of Attorney
Probate
Wills and Living Wills
Licenses

Authority

Year

Status

GA 2018 ACTIVE
Languages

English
Vietnamese Tiếng Việt
Fee types

Flat Fees
Hourly Fees
Education

University of Georgia

Juris DoctorGraduated in 2017
Contact Information

Natalie Phan Law, LLC

229 Peachtree Street
Ste 450
Atlanta, GA

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Services

Power of attorney

Grant someone an authorization to act on your behalf in personal, business or other matters.


Child support modification

Modify an existing child support agreement. As time goes by, changes to the child support arrangement may be required to accommodate changes in situation.


Guardianship

Establish a guardianship. In this legal proceeding the court can appoint an agent (the guardian) and gives that person authority to make decisions on behalf of another person (the ward).


Modification of parenting plan

Modify an existing parenting plan. As time goes by, changes to the parenting plan may be required to accommodate changes in situation.


Advanced Health Care Directive

State your health care preferences to your physician, family and friends. This includes types of special treatment you want or don't want at the end of life, preferences relating to diagnostic and surgical procedures and organ donation.


Uncontested divorce

End a marriage in a cost-effective, dignified manner. An uncontested divorce is possible if both spouses have reached agreement on issues such as property division, child support, and other financial issues.


Temporary Protective Order

Stop harassment, stalking, or violence by seeking a court order against an individual.


Separation Agreement

Put in place a separation agreement. This agreement helps two partners who decided to separate resolve such matters as division of property and debts, child custody and support.


Name Change

Legally change your name or a minor’s name by getting a court order, allowing you to change your legal name on government-issued identification documents such as your driver's license, passport, and social security card.


Will

Get a will in place. Determine beneficiaries for your assets, appoint guardians for minor children and make sure that your wishes are carried out.


Prenuptial agreement

Agree on issues such as property division and spousal support before getting married. A prenuptial agreement, also referred to as a premarital agreement, can include a wide range of provisions to protect the partners during and after the relationship.


Services

Divorce - Uncontested

End a marriage in a cost-effective, dignified manner. An uncontested divorce is possible if both spouses have reached agreement on issues such as property division, child support, and other financial issues.


Divorce - Contested

A contested divorce is when a couple doesn’t agree on some aspect of their divorce. There are numerous issues that can lead a couple to a contested divorce. When a divorce is contested, the unresolved marital issues may be decided on by a judge. Contested divorces are more common, especially since there are so many different issues to resolve during the course of terminating a marriage.


Child Custody & Legal Guardianship

Child custody and legal guardianship is the right a parent or guardian has to care for, make decisions for, supervise, educate and control a minor child. When divorce proceedings involve children, determining the custodial parent can be a complicated process. In cases where the parents are unmarried, these cases can also pose problems if no resolution can be determined between the parents.


Child Custody Modification

Modify an existing child custody agreement. As time goes by, changes to the child custody arrangement may be required to accommodate changes in the situation.


Child Support

The State of Georgia mandates both parents to responsibly provide for the care and support of their minor child. Child support was established as a means of meeting this responsibility in the event of a divorce or situation where the parents are unmarried. Child support is made by the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent on a recurring basis to help defray expenses incurred for the minor child. This support usually lasts until the child reaches the age of 18, or high school graduation, whichever occurs later.


Child Support Modification

Modify an existing child support agreement. As time goes by, changes to the child support arrangement may be required to accommodate changes in the situation.


Alimony (Spousal Support)

Alimony or spousal support in Georgia may be granted in a dissolving marriage or marriage-like relationships, but it is not guaranteed. Alimony is money for support paid to a spouse by the other spouse. Alimony can be for a short or long period of time. The law considers the totality of circumstances when deciding whether to order spousal support, what type and how much.


Prenuptial Agreement

A prenuptial agreement is a contract two people enter into before their marriage. Typically, the purpose of a prenuptial agreement is to spell out how the couple will divide property, handle debts, and deal with other financial issues should their marriage end. It can also state the couple's wishes as to how they want to handle these issues during their marriage.


Postnuptial Agreement

Postnuptial agreement is a contract two people enter into after their marriage. Typically, the purpose of a postnuptial agreement is to spell out how the couple will divide property, handle debts, and deal with other financial issues should their marriage end. It can also state the couple's wishes as to how they want to handle these issues during their marriage.


Temporary Protective Order

A temporary protective order (TPO) is a court order to help protect you from someone who is abusing, threatening or harassing you. The order will require the abuser to stay away from you, your home and your work. A TPO is a court order designed to help victims of family violence obtain protection from the individual or individuals who are abusing, harassing, or stalking them.


Seperation Agreement

This agreement helps two partners who decided to separate resolve such matters as the division of property and debts, child custody and support.


Guardianship

Establish a guardianship. In this legal proceeding, the court can appoint an agent (the guardian) and gives that person authority to make decisions on behalf of another person (the ward).


Name Change

Legally change your name or a minor’s name by getting a court order, allowing you to change your legal name on government-issued identification documents such as your driver's license, passport, and social security card.


Advanced Healthcare Directive

State your health care preferences to your physician, family, and friends. This includes types of special treatment you want or don't want at the end of life, preferences relating to diagnostic and surgical procedures and organ donation.


Power of Attorney

Grant someone an authorization to act on your behalf in personal, business or other matters.


Wills

Get a will in place. Determine beneficiaries for your assets, appoint guardians for minor children and make sure that your wishes are carried out.