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Divorce, Child Custody & Probate - Must Knows About the Process ft. Attorney. Cherese Clark-Wilson

Family Law expert fills us in on what to know going into, during and the aftermath legal considerations of a divorce. The guest shares important legal information to have in place while still in the honeymoon phase that could bode to be valuable should things unfortunately take a turn for the worst. Nuggets of information are shared on things like 'sweat equity,' asset splitting, child custody, UCCJEA and many more! Introducing Our Guest: Cherese C. Clark-Wilson, a Founding Partner of Clark, Lowery & Lumpkin, ( )has blazed trails in family law as a 2016 and 2017 Super Lawyer “Rising Star” of Georgia. She is a “National Top 100 Black Lawyer” for Matrimonial and Family Law for the State of Georgia and National “Top 40 Under 40” award recipient for her exemplary leadership and dedication to family law where she is also an Executive Board Member. Cherese has also been named a “2017 Top 10 Family Law Attorney” by American Jurist Institute. Cherese earned her Juris Doctorate from Georgia State University College of Law and was a cum laude graduate of Spelman College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. A litigator at heart and with over 1,000 cases under her belt, Cherese has been dedicated to defining justice in the family law context for her clients and their children. Her unique approach to family law guides her in case preparation and developing trial strategies. She is respected amongst her colleagues and judges- a very important asset for clients seeking representation. She handles domestic relations cases throughout the Atlanta Metro area ranging from divorce, child custody, child support establishment and enforcement, paternity and legitimation, alimony, same-sex litigation, modifications, temporary protective orders, grandparents’ rights, and Hague Convention cases. Cherese also served as a Guardian ad Litem in custody cases representing the best interests of children. Upon completing law school, Cherese became a Public Defender appointed to represent indigent adult and juvenile clients in Clayton County Magistrate and Superior Courts. She worked tirelessly to protect her clients’ constitutional rights which resulted in bench and jury trials, case dismissals and acquittals, and successful completion of Drug Court and Pre-trial Diversion Programs. Her excellence and success in criminal law earned her the Georgia State College of Law Michelle Ferguson-Priestly Award and pupil membership into Bleckley Inn of Court. Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act For more information on TRUTH: NO CHASER, including booking information, updates, photos, videos and apparel please visit:

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