I haven’t yet identified a DivorceInfo Network Lawyer for Georgia.
Family Law Advisor has a good FAQ page for Georgia.
Here’s a page for The Justice Center of Atlanta, which offers free or low-cost mediation services, including mediation in connection with divorce.
If you don’t need a lawyer and just want to file a simple divorce, you can order the forms and do it yourself, or you can get DocuPro to do it for you.
You can also use Georgia Divorce Online, which offers the following advantages: (1) You prepare the papers online without paying any money; (2) You decide only after the papers are prepared whether you want to pay for them; and (3) the charge is only $89.95 for all the required documents, including the marital settlement agreement. Looks like a pretty good deal to me.
Here’s a summary of Filing for a Divorce from Georgia.gov. And here’s How to File for Divorce in Georgia from Wikihow.com.
There’s an outfit called Visions Anew, based in Marietta, that conducts retreats and seminars for women coping with divorce, focusing not only on the emotional tasks they face, but also the legal and financial tools they will need. Sounds solid.