Resolving Your Family Law Concerns
Many people associate family law primarily with the contentious legal process involved in a divorce. In fact, many legal claims and disputes fall under the general category of “family law,” where the guidance and representation of an experienced lawyer can be beneficial.
Browning Browning & Gilkinson is a family law firm representing clients throughout the Atlanta area. We recognize the need for compassionate and results-driven advocacy in what is all too often an intimidating legal system. We recognize the importance of family and protecting the rights and privileges that matter most to our clients and their loved ones.
Work With An Accomplished Legal Team
At our firm, skilled legal representation and family ties go hand in hand. We’re headed by father-son attorneys Thomas J. Browning and Tyler J. Browning. The elder Thomas Browning has more than 40 years of legal experience at all levels of Georgia’s court system; the younger Tyler Browning was selected for inclusion in the “Top 40 Family Lawyer Under 40” list in 2013 by the American Society of Legal Advocates.
Comprehensive Family Law Counsel
The area of family law encompasses many legal claims, disputes and transactions that concern the rights of family members and especially the well-being of children. Our firm has significant experience in handling all legal matters before Georgia’s family courts, including:
- Divorce, child custody and related matters
- Domestic violence cases
- Grandparents’ rights claims
- Guardian ad litem cases
- Paternity and legitimation claims
- Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
- Stepparent adoptions
Minimizing Conflict Without Sacrificing Outcomes
Because we only practice family law, we understand the need for balance in how we resolve our clients’ legal matters. While many cases call for assertive advocacy in the face of conflict, we also recognize that legal claims can have far-reaching effects on family relationships. Wherever possible, we strive to minimize conflict without sacrificing outcomes.