The Divorce Lawyer in Gwinnett County to Call First

Divorce can be one of the most difficult times in your life, but you’re not alone. Ashley Schiavone is the divorce lawyer Gwinnett County calls first. She understands that the process can be emotionally and financially draining.

At Schiavone Law, we stand by you every step of the way, making sure you understand and are up to date with the legal processes going on in court. Our goal is to resolve cases in an amicable and collaborative fashion whenever possible, but we're also prepared to be tough when the circumstances demand it.

Best Divorce Lawyer Gwinnett County Ashley Schiavone

Call Gwinnett County Divorce Lawyer Ashley Schiavone

Because Your Family Is Important To You!

Family Law for Gwinnett

The father or mother of your child won’t pay child support, so you are taking them to court. Make sure your child gets a fair amount of child support so your son or daughter can still get the school supplies, clothes, and toys they deserve.

We offer personal and individualize legal advice and representation, covering all aspects of family law:

Practice Areas

  • Uncontested Divorce

  • Child Custody and Visitation

  • Child Support

  • Spousal Support

  • Guardianship

  • Alimony

  • Equitable Division

  • Modifications

Free Consultation

We understand that your budget is always a consideration, which is why we offer a FREE consultation and flexible payment options.

The lawyer who protects your rights.

Serving You in Lawrenceville, Peachtree Corners, Duluth, Sugar Hill, Suwanee, Snellville, Norcross, Buford and other Gwinnett County Locations


Know Your Rights with Divorce Attorney Ashley Schiavone

You need to know your rights, duties and responsibilities under the law. Only a lawyer who has been retained to represent your interests can advise you. How can you realistically discuss financial arrangements in separating and divorcing, if you don't know what your rights, duties and responsibilities are? Not knowing what your rights are can result in not getting your fair share of assets, your fair share of support or your fair share of time with your children. Not knowing what your duties and responsibilities are can result in your paying more than your fair share of assets or your fair share of support.

The Divorce Lawyer Gwinnett County Calls First