Daryl L. Kidd
Serving Marietta, Atlanta, Cobb County and the surrounding areas
When searching for a Marietta divorce attorney, consider how a family law attorney in Cobb County should advocate for your needs and those of your children. Good Marietta divorce attorneys should offer you something beyond just representation. To be effective, your family attorney in Cobb County should be able to do the following:
- Advise as a legal strategist, taking into account the law, judges and the nature of the adversary.
- Provide a smart approach to marriage dissolution and dispute resolution with alternate dispute resolution (ADR) tools.
- Know how to manage full litigation efficiently, including when a late case evaluation can shorten the process and reduce overall costs.
The Law Offices of Daryl L. Kidd, P.C. brings you more than just a divorce attorney in Marietta. With experience in alternative dispute resolution — use of mediation and arbitration instead of litigation in many instances — Daryl L. Kidd and his staff are able to save clients time, money and heartache that might otherwise happen in a litigious process. Matrimonial attorneys in Cobb County do not always offer these paths to their clients.
Family attorney in Cobb County
Family attorneys in Cobb County handle a broad range of income and assets among their clients, which is complicating at both ends of the spectrum. Where assets are limited and child support is required, the Cobb County family law attorney should strive to work out the least expensive, most fair and best long-term process. Where assets are considerable, a non-adversarial approach is still preferred, but when taking a case to full litigation before a judge, Daryl L. Kidd will work zealously on behalf of his client, seeking the most optimal outcome.
Daryl L. Kidd is respected among divorce attorneys in Marietta for his education and biography, service in the U.S. military, work as an associate judge, and for writing important laws relative to family law. Attorneys in Cobb County know that Daryl L. Kidd places a high priority on children, and they call on him to serve as Guardian ad Litem in cases where the children need separate representation.
Daryl L. Kidd and his seasoned paralegal staff have nearly 90 years cumulative experience with family law.
Daryl L. Kidd, Attorney
Bar Admission: Georgia, 1982
Law School: University of Georgia, Juris Doctor, 1982
College: Troy State University, B.S., summa cum laude, 1979
Hailey joined Daryl L. Kidd, P.C. as a paralegal in May 2013. She has more than 20 years of experience in family law, as well as experience in juvenile court, criminal law, personal injury, estate planning and bankruptcy.
She also spearheaded a mentorship program through our law firm and has trained many paralegals who have gone on to work in our office and other local law firms. As a senior paralegal, she is actively involved in all aspects of litigation support, including drafting pleadings and correspondence, reviewing documents, investigation, conducting discovery, performing legal research, and dealing with clients, attorneys, expert witnesses, court personnel, and administrative agencies on a personal level.
She is highly skilled and familiar with local rules and court procedures, and up to date on changes in the law. She also frequently attends depositions, hearings, and trials with the attorney. Her primary role is working one-on-one with the attorney to carry out tasks arising from the attorney’s analysis and strategy. In addition to her experience, she is married with 3 daughters, and grandchildren, who inspire her service to our family law clients and the community. She is passionate, dedicated and an integral part of the daily workings of Daryl L. Kidd, P.C.
Brittany DeVillers, Legal Assistant
Brittany is the newest member of Daryl L. Kidd, P.C. She is currently enrolled in the paralegal program Kennesaw State University, and plans to continue her education and grow her knowledge in the legal field. Brittany is usually the first person our clients meet, and her work experience enables her to relate to the needs of our clients.
She often lends a sympathetic ear when clients are concerned or worried. Aside from reception duties, Brittany maintains the office calendar, schedules meetings, drafts correspondence and pleadings, organizes and maintains client files, communicates with the courts, files documents with the clerks in various counties, and assists in preparation for court hearings. Brittany is a also certified notary public.
Contact our dedicated staff for help with your family law issue in Cobb County
Contact The Law Offices of Daryl L. Kidd, P.C. at (470) 243-1373 or email our office through this website with your family law or divorce concern. Our staff serves Atlanta, Marietta, Cobb County and the surrounding areas.