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Divorce

  • DeKalb County Superior Fraudulent Divorce. Represented the wife. Default Judgment set aside to final divorce decree fraudulently obtained by her spouse.
  • Cherokee County Superior Court. 43-year Represented the husband. Irreconcilable differences. Despite the affair and earning slightly more income over the years, 50/50 split on the marital estate and no alimony.
  • Henry County Superior Court. High-Asset Divorce. 26-year marriage. Two adult children. Thwarted stay-at-home mother’s efforts to receive permanent alimony despite admitting multiple affairs committed by the husband.
  • DeKalb County. I had the privilege of working with Daniele Johnson as my family attorney during my divorce, and I couldn’t be more satisfied with her exceptional Daniele possesses great communication skills, a deep understanding of the legal intricacies, and a supportive demeanor that truly made a difference. She is not only a fantastic listener but also knew exactly when to pivot in my case, showcasing her expertise and professionalism. I highly recommend Daniele for anyone in need of a dedicated and knowledgeable family attorney.
  • Douglas County. Divorce adultery and mental 22-year marriage. Represented the Wife, who was minimally employed during the course of the marriage due to a chronic incurable illness. Husband left her for another woman and did not want to provide any support. House was ordered to be sold. Wife received over nearly 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the home and a significant amount of alimony until she became eligible to receive social security in 9 years.
  • Cobb County. I don’t know how I would have made it through this tough period in my life if it hadn’t been for Ms. Johnson believing in me and going above and beyond any job description to get a great verdict in my case. She used her own personal time to assist in taking care of issues arising from the opposing attorneys’ negligence. She is by far one of the best Family Law Attorneys in the Atlanta Area.
  • Cobb County. I also wanted to say thanks for all that you have done. You were all that I needed and then You kept me on track and helped me to focus on what was needed to be successful and here we are coming to the finish line feeling great about the outcome. God never fails us. I appreciate you so much.
  • Gwinnett County Superior Court. Divorce Successfully argued for sole legal and sole physical custody of an infant on behalf of a mother due to a history of emotional abuse and lack of involvement from the father.
  • Forsyth County Superior Court. Successfully argued on behalf of the father to receive primary custody of two children under the age of 8.
  • Paulding County. Military I represent the father of an infant child. Mother filed a bogus TPO action against the father just prior to filing her divorce action. After a two hour hearing, the Judge dismissed the TPO and admonished the Mother for attempting to use the TPO process to gain an advantage in the divorce action.
  • Cobb County Superior Court. Passport Single mother was able to obtain a passport for an 8 year old child over the objection of an absentee father
  • Paulding County. Equitable debt and property Represented Wife and mother of 2 children against alcoholic police officer husband. Wife was awarded 60% of the assets, 100% of the husband’s retirement plan, and the husband was ordered to sell his premarital home to satisfy child support ordered at the temporary hearing.
  • Paulding County Superior Court. 35-year marriage. Irreconcilable differences. Represented husband against scorned “entitled” Awarded 50% of the marital assets. No alimony.
  • Paulding County Superior Court. Military Divorce, adultery, and father’s rights. Represented the husband/father who retired from the marines after 20 years. Wife had virtually no income, committed adultery, and was seeking alimony/primary custody. Husband was awarded the marital residence 50/50 parenting time, reduced child support, and no alimony.
  • DeKalb County Superior Court. Enforcement of a prenuptial agreement. Represent husband/business Husband was able to enforce the prenuptial agreement and keep his business and personal assets over his wife’s objection.
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  • “I don’t want you to think for a moment that I don’t appreciate everything you have done and all of the advice you have I do. I believe the Lord led me to you for a reason.”
  • “I’m very grateful for you and all you are doing. They had no intention of moving forward today regardless of if it was the right thing to do or You did amazing, and very well spoken today. You were 100% right on the jury trial. I know not the desired result but to me a win nonetheless as you are backing them in a corner. Thank you so much and I’m sorry you missed your weekend working on this.”
  • “Mrs. Johnson, we finally received the order and I just wanted to reach out and express my sincerest gratitude for all that you did to act in Lauren’s best interest in the four looooong years of this case! I cried tears of joy after reading the order.”
  • “My sister asked me if I thought you did a good job. Told her you knew your stuff. I recalled you saying from the very beginning, despite my doubt, that she would not get alimony or attorney fees. You were absolutely right.”

Child Custody and Visitation

  • Carroll County Superior Grandparent visitation. Grandmother awarded parenting time every midweek day during the academic year for a teenage child.
  • Paulding County Superior Court. Father’s Father of three awarded extensive parenting time of 3 young children against a stay-at-home mother.
  • Clayton County Superior Court. Fathers’ The client was awarded primary custody and child support for his 10-year-old daughter.
  • Cobb County Superior Court. Fathers’ The client was awarded 50-50 parenting time for two young children under the age of 8.
  • Muscogee County. Military Divorce and Father’s Represented father. Father was awarded temporary primary custody of the parties’ minor child and possession of the marital residence.
  • Forsyth County Superior Court. Modification of Impeached a guardian adlitem’s recommendation to change primary custody of five children from mother to father
  • Forsyth County Superior Court. Relocation modification of parenting time. Mother had remarried to a member of the military who would be stationed in The judge denied the father’s petition for modification of primary custody and allowed the mother and child to move with her husband.
  • Harris County Superior Court. Jury Trial. Represented former member of the 75th Army Regiment, recipient of two purple hearts, and father of three. Case had been pending for 9 years. This was the worst case of parental alienation I have seen in my 26 years of practice. By the time we got to trial, two of the children had aged out, his entire military pay was ordered to be paid to his wife for 9+ years which is contrary to federal and state law. The GAL recommended sole legal and physical custody of the only remaining minor child to the mother without the opportunity for reunification. We demanded a trial by jury. In the end, the GAL was impeached and the judge rejected her recommendation. The jury awarded everything we asked for including reduction of his child support obligation, very minimum rehabilitative alimony (she was asking for $3000 for 5 years, they gave her $900 for 12 months), and the home to be placed on the market for immediate sale, giving control over all decisions pertaining to the sale to the
  • Douglas County Superior Court. Father’s rights. Established care-giver status for stepchild. Obtained substantial parenting time for stepchild and 50/50 parenting time for biological child.
  • Cobb County Superior Court. Falsely accused of Domestic Violence and Father’s Rights. Accuser’s frivolous motion for permanent restraining order denied. Father awarded extensive parenting time despite the fact mother relocated out of state.
  • Cherokee County Superior Court. Domestic Violence Divorce. Father’s rights. Most horrendous case of physical abuse I have seen in my 26 years of The victim was actually the husband. Obtained sole legal and physical custody of the parties’ teenage
  • Paulding County Superior Court. Military Divorce, adultery, and father’s rights. Represented the husband/father who retired from the marines after 20 years. Wife had virtually no income, committed adultery, and was seeking alimony/primary custody. Husband was awarded the marital residence 50/50 parenting time, reduced child support, and no alimony.
  • Pickens County. 6-year Military Divorce, physical abuse, and mental cruelty. Represented stay-at-home mother of Sole legal and physical custody of the eldest child that bore the brunt of husband’s abusive behavior. Awarded substantial amount of child support, 60% of marital estate and military benefits, and 3.5 years of alimony in the amount calculated to cover costs and fees needed for the wife to complete her education.

Grandparents rights for visitation

  • Carroll County Superior Grandparent visitation. Grandmother awarded parenting time every midweek day during the academic year for a teenage child.

Legitimation of children

  • Cobb County Superior Court. Legitimation and Father’s Rights. Twin toddler daughters. Represented the Father. Young mother had no support system and was not financially Obtained 50/50 parenting time and reduced amount of child support. Legitimation. Obtained 50-50 custody of a newborn child on behalf of a father.
  • Cobb County Superior Court. Obtained 50-50 custody of a newborn child on behalf of a father.
  • Fulton County Superior Court. Legitimation and Relocation Out-of-state father. Successfully argued for sole physical and legal custody of a 5-year-old child.
  • Gwinnett County Juvenile Court. Legitimation of a newborn child. The father’s petition was denied due to a history of domestic The father was still ordered to pay child support.

Child Support

  • Douglas Divorce adultery and mental cruelty. 22-year marriage. Represented the Wife, who was minimally employed during the course of the marriage due to a chronic incurable illness. Husband left her for another woman and did not want to provide any support. House was ordered to be sold. Wife received over nearly 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the home and a significant amount of alimony until she became eligible to receive social security in 9 years.
  • Pickens County. 6-year Military Divorce, physical abuse, and mental cruelty. Represented stay-at-home mother of Sole legal and physical custody of the eldest child that bore the brunt of husband’s abusive behavior. Awarded substantial amount of child support, 60% of marital estate and military benefits, and 3.5 years of alimony in the amount calculated to cover costs and fees needed for the wife to complete her education.
  • Cobb County Superior Fathers’ Rights. The client was awarded primary custody and child support for his 14-year-old daughter.

Family Violence

  • Cobb County Superior Domestic Violence Divorce. Abusive marriage for over 20 years. Wife awarded 60% of the value of the marital estate and attorney’s fees.
  • Pickens County. 6-year Military Divorce, physical abuse, and mental cruelty. Represented stay-at-home mother of Sole legal and physical custody of the eldest child that bore the brunt of husband’s abusive behavior. Awarded substantial amount of child support, 60% of marital estate and military benefits, and 3.5 years of alimony in the amount calculated to cover costs and fees needed for the wife to complete her education.
  • Forsyth County Superior Court. Domestic Violence The client escaped an abusive relationship with her three young boys. Awarded child support, alimony and temporary possession of the marital residence on a six-year marriage.
  • Fulton County Superior Court. Domestic Permanent restraining order issued against abusive father and ex-boyfriend on behalf of single mother and child.
  • Paulding County. Domestic Violence, Temporary Restraining Order, and Partition of real property. Most horrendous case of mental and emotional abuse in my 26 years of practice. Parties were never Shared two small children. Represented the mother. Obtained a TPO against her live-in-boyfriend and managed to have her name removed from her property that he forced her to partially put in his name.
  • Cherokee County Superior Court. Domestic Violence Divorce. Father’s rights. Most horrendous case of physical abuse I have seen in my 26 years of The victim was actually the husband. Obtained sole legal and physical custody of the parties’ teenage daughter who elected to live with father and to have no contact with the mother whatsoever.
  • Gwinnett County Superior Court. Divorce Successfully argued for sole legal and sole physical custody of an infant on behalf of a mother due to a history of emotional abuse and lack of involvement from the father.
  • Cobb County Superior Court. Falsely accused of Domestic Violence and Father’s Rights. Accuser’s frivolous motion for permanent restraining order denied. Father awarded extensive parenting time despite the fact mother relocated out of state.
  • Gwinnett County Juvenile Court. Legitimation of a newborn child. The father’s petition was denied due to a history of domestic The father was still ordered to pay child support.
  • Douglas County. Divorce adultery and mental 22-year marriage. Represented the Wife, who was minimally employed during the course of the marriage due to a chronic incurable illness. Husband left her for another woman and did not want to provide any support. House was ordered to be sold. Wife received over nearly 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the home and a significant amount of alimony until she became eligible to receive social security in 9 years.

Family Intervention for Domestic Violence

  • Fulton Co Superior Court. We won!!!! Yes!! Thank you for your excellent work attorney Johnson. Always being ready and vigilant. I appreciate you so much. That’s great news!.
  • Paulding County. Domestic Violence, Temporary Restraining Order, and Partition of real property. Most horrendous case of mental and emotional abuse in my 26 years of practice. Parties were never married. Shared two small children. Her parents had to intervene. Represented the mother. Obtained a TPO against her live-in-boyfriend and managed to have her name removed from her property that he forced her to partially put in his name.
  • Cherokee County. Domestic Violence Father’s rights. Most horrendous case of physical abuse I have seen in my 26 years of practice. The victim was actually the husband. Wife would repeatedly choke the husband unconscious. Their 15 year old called the police. Obtained sole legal and physical custody of the parties’ teenage daughter who elected to live with father and to have no contact with the mother whatsoever.
  • Pickens Military divorce. 6 year marriage. Husband abused wife financially and emotionally. Husband isolates the wife from her friends and family. Aunt had to intervene and take the wife and the kids into her home. Wife got primary custody. Husband has a visitation for the kids. Wife gets some of his military pay. Husband has to pay $76,000 so the wife can go back to college.
  • Paulding County. Never married. They were college sweethearts. Boyfriend was physically and emotionally They shared 1 child together. The girlfriend’s family brought the case to Mrs. Johnson.

Jury Trials

  • Harris County. Jury Trial. Represented former member of the 75th Army Regiment, recipient of two purple hearts, and father of Case had been pending for 9 years. This was the worst case of parental alienation I have seen in my 26 years of practice. By the time we got to trial, two of the children had aged out, his entire military pay was ordered to be paid to his wife for 9+ years which is contrary to federal and state law. The GAL recommended sole legal and physical custody of the only remaining minor child to the mother without the opportunity for reunification. We demanded a trial by jury. In the end, the GAL was impeached and the judge rejected her recommendation. The jury awarded everything we asked for including reduction of his child support obligation, very minimum rehabilitative alimony (she was asking for $3000 for 5 years, they gave her $900 for 12 months), and the home to be placed on the market for immediate sale, giving control over all decisions pertaining to the sale to the husband.
  • Gwinnett County. 6 month Husband owned the home. Wife made many cosmetic improvements to the home. She wanted equity in the home. She paid $10,000 in attorney’s fees and lost the case. Attorney’s fees would cost more than the equity. Don’t
  • Cobb County. Husband wanted a jury trial during his bench He wanted the division of “antique” furniture. Mrs. Johnson asked to be removed as his attorney. Last two cases are reasons why you must pay $15,000 upfront for a jury trial.

Father’s rights

  • Forsyth County Superior Divorce. Successfully argued on behalf of the father to receive primary custody of two children under the age of 8.
  • Paulding County. Military Divorce. I represent the father of an infant Mother filed a bogus TPO action against the father just prior to filing her divorce action. After a two hour hearing, the Judge dismissed the TPO and admonished the Mother for attempting to use the TPO process to gain an advantage in the divorce action.
  • Paulding County Superior Court. Military Divorce, adultery, and father’s rights. Represented the husband/father who retired from the marines after 20 years. Wife had virtually no income, committed adultery, and was seeking alimony/primary Husband was awarded the marital residence 50/50 parenting time, reduced child support, and no alimony.
  • Paulding County Superior Court. Father’s Father of three awarded extensive parenting time of 3 young children against a stay-at-home mother.
  • Clayton County Superior Court. Fathers’ The client was awarded primary custody and child support for his 10-year-old daughter.
  • Cobb County Superior Court. Fathers’ The client was awarded 50-50 parenting time for two young children under the age of 8.
  • Muscogee Military Divorce and Father’s rights. Represented father. Father was awarded temporary primary custody of the parties’ minor child and possession of the marital residence.
  • Douglas County Superior Court. Father’s Established care-giver status for stepchild. Obtained substantial parenting time for stepchild and 50/50 parenting time for biological child.
  • Cobb County Superior Court. Falsely accused of Domestic Violence and Father’s Accuser’s frivolous motion for permanent restraining order denied. Father awarded extensive parenting time despite the fact mother relocated out of state.
  • Cherokee County Superior Court. Domestic Violence Father’s rights. Most horrendous case of physical abuse I have seen in my 26 years of practice. The victim was actually the husband. Obtained sole legal and physical custody of the parties’ teenage daughter who elected to live with father and to have no contact with the mother whatsoever.

Military Divorce

  • Paulding County. Military I represent the father of an infant child. Mother filed a bogus TPO action against the father just prior to filing her divorce action. After a two hour hearing, the Judge dismissed the TPO and admonished the Mother for attempting to use the TPO process to gain an advantage in the divorce action.
  • Paulding County Superior Court. Military Divorce, adultery, and father’s rights. Represented the husband/father who retired from the marines after 20 years. Wife had virtually no income, committed adultery, and was seeking alimony/primary custody. Husband was awarded the marital residence 50/50 parenting time, reduced child support, and no alimony.
  • Muscogee County. Military Divorce and Father’s Represented father. Father was awarded temporary primary custody of the parties’ minor child and possession of the marital residence.
  • Harris County Superior Court. Jury Trial. Represented former member of the 75th Army Regiment, recipient of two purple hearts, and father of three. Case had been pending for 9 years. This was the worst case of parental alienation I have seen in my 26 years of practice. By the time we got to trial, two of the children had aged out, his entire military pay was ordered to be paid to his wife for 9+ years which is contrary to federal and state law. The GAL recommended sole legal and physical custody of the only remaining minor child to the mother without the opportunity for reunification. We demanded a trial by jury. In the end, the GAL was impeached and the judge rejected her recommendation. The jury awarded everything we asked for including reduction of his child support obligation, very minimum rehabilitative alimony (she was asking for $3000 for 5 years, they gave her $900 for 12 months), and the home to be placed on the market for immediate sale, giving control over all decisions pertaining to the sale to the
  • Pickens County. 6-year Military Divorce, physical abuse, and mental cruelty. Represented stay-at-home mother of Sole legal and physical custody of the eldest child that bore the brunt of husband’s abusive behavior. Awarded substantial amount of child support, 60% of marital estate and military benefits, and 3.5 years of alimony in the amount calculated to cover costs and fees needed for the wife to complete her education.

Equitable Caregiver

  • Douglas County. I represented a Father who was the child’s stepfather since the child was a 10 years later, the parties decided to divorce. Father was awarded 50/50 parenting time for the biological child he shared with the mother and 50/50 parenting time with his stepchild.