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Going Through Divorce?
Contact Our Duluth Law Firm and Take Control of Your Situation.
The Cotto Law Group is dedicated to providing exceptional legal aid from a divorce attorney with minimal emotional and financial impact during the legal process for clients.
Winning Your Case Requires the Right Divorce Attorney
Our law firm is proud to provide personal attention to every case we handle, whether it is divorce negotiations or litigation of a child custody case. We bring extensive experience to our clients seeking a cost-effective way to achieve their legal goals. Contact us for a divorce attorney today!
The Cotto Law Group was founded on the idea that clients not only expect, but deserve, individualized attention to ensure they get that expertise throughout the duration of their case, regardless of the particular circumstances. Other law firms have a different approach, but we don’t believe in passing our clients down to a less experienced divorce attorney once we are hired. When clients choose us, they can rest assured that Attorney Isaac F. Cotto, with his reputation, experience and skills, will be fighting for them the entire time.
Did you know?
Resolving family law disputes often starts with negotiation. Mediation can be helpful in reaching an agreement for property division, divorce as well as child custody agreements. However, if it is not possible to reach an agreement, we are ready to take your case to a family court and effectively represent your rights.
Over 25 Years of Experience
The Cotto Law Group is dedicated to providing each client with skilled representation that uses resources gained from years of success. Through our assistance, defendants can create a well-rounded case that will give them the best chance of having charges reduced or dismissed. To learn more about your legal rights and find out how we may be able to help you, get in touch with a member of our team for a free consultation
Attorney Isaac F. Cotto is a graduate of Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. His practice areas include immigration, family, personal injury and criminal law. In addition to his legal experience, Mr. Cotto is a veteran of the United States Army, serving as a Military Police Officer for 5 years.
He is also a native of New York City, and has lived in Georgia since 2001. His passion for addressing current immigration issues lead him to volunteer during law school at the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR)
Mr. Cotto combines his knowledge of the law with his courtroom experience to provide our clients with the best representation possible. Mr. Cotto is the lead attorney for Immigration clients, specializing in deportation proceedings.
Mr. Cotto is a member of the:
- American Bar Association
- The Georgia Bar Association
- American Immigration Law Association
What is a Separation Agreement?
A separation agreement is a legal document that defines the financial and custodial implications of a separation. These agreements are difficult to negotiate, and an expert attorney is crucial to ensuring an equitable agreement.
Can a Father Get Custody of a Child?
Courtrooms are increasingly considerate of paternal custody. Attorney Isaac F. Cotto is an expert at negotiating to help you achieve your legal and custodial goals.
How long is the seperation process?
The separation process is highly dependent on the cooperation of the parties involved. An expert negotiator can cut straight through the stress and complications involved in separation and accelerate your separation process.
Schedule your free consultation with our experienced legal team today.
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