Augusta – Evans GA Divorce & Family Law Attorney
Spending over a decade in the courtroom has made PJ into a tough advocate and skilled negotiator. While she and her staff provide representation with compassion, she is not intimidated when it comes to fighting for her clients.
All of our staff have extensive experience in Georgia family law and with the Military. We understand the struggles and pain that people encounter when dealing with Family law issues. We believe that you should be treated with courtesy and respect; you should be informed at all stages of your representation and should participate in the decision making process at all times.
PJ Campanaro works in the Augusta Georgia, Evans Georgia areas and is familiar with the local judges and the local court system. Whether you are going through a contested divorce, uncontested divorce, child support modification, child custody dispute, child visitation modification, military divorce, or adoption, our local Augusta Georgia lawyers will support you at every step of the way.
PJ Campanaro’s family law practice focuses on the following family law cases:
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PJ Campanaro, a family law attorney, handles cases in the Augusta GA – Evans GA area and throughout the CSRA. She represents clients going through divorce, child custody disputes, child support modification,contempt, paternity, adoptions, military divorce and other family law issues.
She and her staff are available to serve her clients in an attentive and personal manner. A seasoned trial attorney, PJ Campanaro emphasizes a strong working relationship with her clients.
Aside from being an aggressive Georgia family law attorney, PJ Campanaro is a former Assistant District Attorney General for the Ninth Judicial District in Tennessee, the Former Acting Solicitor General for the Richmond County – Augusta Georgia area, and the former Chief Assistant Solicitor General in the Augusta Judicial Circuit. Ms. Campanaro also served as a Staff Attorney for the State of Tennessee dealing exclusively with Drug Forfeiture Cases.
As the Chief Assistant Solicitor General, Ms. Campanaro had the opportunity to prosecute thousands of cases, many of which ended in a jury trial. Ms. Campanaro had a 100% success rate on her DUI jury trials in Richmond County and can bring that expertise and hard hitting trial experience to your family law case. To discuss your case call 706-836-0686.
Our law firm handles family law cases in the following areas of Georgia:
PJ Campanaro, a Georgia divorce lawyer, understands Georgia Family laws on the issues of child custody,child support, alimony, property distribution and pension rights. If you are considering filing for divorce or are already a party to a divorce, contact our lawyers to discuss the best way to proceed. Our attorneys will explain the differences between an uncontested divorce and a contested divorce. We will advise you in a caring and professional manner on the best way to gain custody of your children, set up agreeable child visitation arrangements, establish fair child support, as well as represent you in any alimony disputes.
If you are considering adopting a child in Georgia, then our lawyers can help. We will guide you through the wonderful experience of adopting a child, and make the process as pleasant as possible.
Paternity frequently comes up in a Georgia divorce where the parties are not sure of parentage. The determination of paternity is usually aided by blood or DNA testing. The most important thing to remember is that you only get one chance to litigate the issue of paternity. Once the issue is necessary to the pending litigation, it is a final determination of the issue between the parties, whether it is hotly contested, or ignored.
The best time to seek legal advice is before signing any papers presented to you by another party. You may be signing away important legal rights. If you receive correspondence from the government, or are served with legal papers, and are unsure as to what to do, seek legal advice immediately.
If you are a new mother, or expecting soon, don’t wait to seek legal advice. Blood tests are not always necessary to obtain temporary relief, and you may get some help even before the child is born, including any and all medical costs associated with a pregnancy.
Our Office is located near the Lowes and Home Depot in Evans, GA.