While the Hall and Dawson County courthouses both remain open at this time, you’re encouraged to conduct business over the phone and make an appointment before visiting. Please review our Hours of Operation and Contact Information. Prior to visiting either courthouse, however, please review the Order for Temporary Health Measures.
The Northeastern Judicial Circuit Family Law Information Center (FLIC) provides assistance to individuals filing in or living in Hall and Dawson Counties who plan to represent themselves in divorce or legitimation cases. FLIC also has resources and information for other family law matters.
All of the information listed on this site is referred to as “Self Help” information. As with all legal matters, it is strongly recommended that you obtain the services of an attorney. Any mistakes, whether intentionally or inadvertently made, can have very serious and costly consequences for both you and your family members.
FLIC offers free, limited help to people representing themselves in divorce or legitimation actions. Before filing your divorce or legitimation, it is strongly recommended you get the advice or representation of a lawyer. If you cannot afford a lawyer, and you must represent yourself, call FLIC for assistance.
Some Important Things to Remember:
Getting an Appointment:
The NEJC Guardian ad Litem (GAL) Program recruits and assists volunteer GALs for Hall and Dawson County Superior Court cases where child custody and parenting time are disputed and the Court requires special assistance. GALs are appointed by the court in individual cases to serve as factfinders and to represent the best interests of the child(ren).
What does a Guardian ad Litem do?
How can I volunteer to be a Guardian ad Litem?
In no event will any court staff (including, but not limited to, the Court Administrator, Clerk of Court, or any person contributing to the development of this information, forms or instructions) be liable for any damages resulting from their use. These forms may or may not be appropriate for your particular case. In addition, due to the changing nature of the law, the information in these instructions and forms may be or become outdated. While we make every attempt to provide up-to-date information, it is your responsibility to review any statutes (laws) mentioned in the packets to make sure the forms are current. It is strongly recommended that you obtain the services of an attorney.
By accessing any of the forms below you acknowledge that you understand the information stated above. If you do not understand this notice, please contact a FLIC representative at (770) 531-2463 before proceeding.
Forms obtained on this site may also be purchased in person at the Clerk of Courts office in the Hall County Courthouse.