Our experience with ADLG was fantastic. I absolutely recommend attorney Stephanie Weil and the all of the staff that was involved in our case. Stephanie was thorough, professional, super responsive, and always a step ahead. She really took a vested interest in our family’s case and made sure we got the very best outcome. If I could scream a recommendation for her from the rooftops, I would! She’s the best!
I greatly recommend Atlanta Divorce Law Group. The team was great at handling my case and protecting my privacy in a very sensitive matter. I felt prioritized and reassured that I would receive the outcome I was looking for. Attorneys Allen Russel and Stephanie Weil were extremely well versed, confident, and personable. They reviewed my case , were readily available when I needed them, and diligently helped expedite proceedings with the court. They aggressively pursued the TRO and took measures to make sure it was served in a timely fashion. The firm’s paralegals and assistants were also very helpful. I believe that the firm went above and beyond for me and I am grateful to have found them. I recommend anyone to the Atlanta Divorce Law Group.
Outstanding these ladies get the job done. Great father advocates, my divorce went on for 5 years. I went and talked with Stephanie and she got the job done. She is a bulldog inside the court room, does not take excuses from other lawyers.
The whole firm was a pleasure to work with! Ultimately, Stephanie handled my mediation and was able to negotiate a good deal for settlement. If had to go to court, this is the team I would want!!! Would refer ADLG anytime!
Stephanie Weil was a beacon of hope in the most daunting of times for me. My divorce was messy, to say the least, and she walked me through everything during and after my divorce. I wasn’t a number but, I was a client she valued. I can not say enough about her sharp mind, and with her wise counsel I see a bright future ahead. Thank you again Stephanie!
I am a mom in a wonderful blended family. Four are mine (three biological and one came through adoption). I have two grown step-children and two grand children.
Family is the most important thing in my life, whether that family is biological, adopted, through marriage, or friends who become family. In the end they are what make life worth living.
Mine! I was married for fourteen years when my husband told me he wanted a divorce. I had four young children and I wasn’t sure how I was going to manage financially after having been a stay-at-home mom. I had plenty of reasons to be angry but I chose my children and my own peace as my “why” in the decisions I made during the divorce process. I ended up with a very fair settlement and the custody arrangement I wanted. And more importantly my former husband and I have been successfully co-parenting ever since. My “second-act” has been better than I could have ever dreamed.
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