Visiting Our Atlanta Family Law Office
E.N. Banks-Ware Law Firm, LLC, is located at:
3636 Panola Rd.
Lithonia, GA 30038
Our building is near the intersection of Panola Road and Salem Road, near the border of Lithonia and Stonecrest. We are across the street from the Salem-Panola Library and near the Salem Crossing shopping center. Our building is owned by our founding attorney, E. Noreen Banks-Ware, and her husband. They built it in 1995 and began using it for the law firm in 1996. It has its own parking lot with plenty of free parking, as well as a:
- Wheelchair-accessible entrance
- Wheelchair-accessible parking lot
- Wheelchair-accessible restroom
From this location, we serve the entire Atlanta metropolitan area and beyond.
To schedule an appointment or learn more, please call 770-679-2617 or contact us online. In-person meetings are not always necessary, as much can be accomplished via phone, video conference and email. We encourage you to contact us before visiting.
The firm is Black-owned, woman-owned and LGBTQ+ friendly. We welcome all people who need an experienced family law attorney. Our individualized service and extensive knowledge of Georgia family law and probate make us a good choice.
“Every client has a story, and I want to hear that story.” – E.N. Banks-Ware
Attorney E.N. Banks-Ware has focused on family law since 1991. She is a leader in significant legal organizations, such as the Chair of the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys (GABWA) Family Law Section and a member of the State Bar of Georgia Diversity Law Committee as well as a Master in the Weltner Family Law American Inn of Court.
What To Bring To Your First Meeting With Your Lawyer
There are many topics to discuss with your attorney, so bring the appropriate documents to ensure you cover everything. This may include:
- Questions that you have
- A list of your priorities for divorce and custody
- Any pre- or postnuptial agreements
- Financial statements, investment statements, recent tax returns, and recent paystubs
- Statements regarding any loans, mortgages, and credit card debt
- Documents that detail any separate property or assets of yours
- Any documents pertaining to domestic violence or restraining orders
This is only a starting place for the first discussion. If you think there is anything else your attorney should know, please bring the relevant documents with you.