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Juanicia Everett
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Juanicia L Everett

J L Everett Law Offices, LLC

Atlanta, Georgia

Practice Areas

Adoption
Child Support
Custody
Divorce and Separation
Family
Guardianship
Landlord-tenant
Marriage and Prenuptials
Power of Attorney
Traffic Violation
Wills and Living Wills
Licenses

Authority

Year

Status

Georgia 2017 ACTIVE
Languages

English
Fee types

Contingency Fees
Flat Fees
Hourly Fees
Education

Atlanta's John Marshall Law School

Juris DoctorGraduated in 2017

Kean University

BA Political ScienceGraduated in 1994
Contact Information

J L Everett Law Offices, LLC

229 Peachtree St
International Tower Ste 450
Atlanta, Georgia, 30303

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Services

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.


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.


Step-parent adoption

Adopt a stepchild. An uncontested step parent adoption is possible if the noncustodial parents consent to adoption or termination of parental rights.


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.


Temporary Protective Order

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


Uncontested adoption

Adopt a child. An uncontested adoption is possible if the noncustodial parents consent to adoption or termination of parental rights.