All proceeds from this party will directly support AVLF’s Guardian ad Litem program. Join us at Warner Bates on August 24!
Join Us on August 24th
Please join AVLF and Warner Bates at the 6th Annual Guardian ad Litem Benefit, a networking and fundraising event held at the law firm’s offices in the Riverwood 100 Building, on Thursday, August 24, 2017.
Divorcing parents often fight over custody of their children. Judges are responsible for deciding with whom and on what terms the children of a divorce will live and visit. To determine the children’s best interests, especially in high conflict cases, judges frequently ask to have the help of a Guardian ad Litem. In Fulton County, when the family involved cannot afford a Guardian, the court will appoint a one who is supervised and supported by AVLF.
This vital program takes money to operate. All of the money raised at this event will directly support AVLF’s Guardian ad Litem program. Your support is needed. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
With ver 40 Years of Experience in Divorce & Family Law, the attorneys of Warner Bates have earned the trust of families throughout the Atlanta area, the United States, and the world. We have accomplished our goal of maintaining consistent excellence in service over the course of our 40+ years as a law practice by staying true to our core principles. Clients count on us, not just for our unmatched experience and legal acumen, but for our commitment to helping them face one of the most challenging times of their life with dignity and respect. While our services cover the full spectrum of domestic relations matters, our specialty is representing clients in complex divorce cases and providing effective counsel for contested issues. Unlike most firms that handle divorce, we focus exclusively on domestic law. Learn more at www.warnerbates.com.
Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation strives to be the best legal representation money can’t buy. AVLF is the largest provider of pro bono legal services in greater Atlanta. We directly serve almost 5,000 people each year and reach hundreds more through community outreach and workshops. Since 1979, we have promoted access to justice by inspiring attorneys to provide high-quality education, advocacy, and representation at no charge to low-income families with basic civil legal needs. AVLF’s staff trains, mentors, and supports pro bono attorneys to assist low-income people at critical times in their lives. Our staff and our programs make it as easy as possible for lawyers to engage in meaningful pro bono work.