We were referred to Rachel by another attorney in the area for a step-parent adoption. Being new to the state, we were very unfamiliar with the laws and Rachel was very familiar and able to explain the relevant laws and set our expectations. I would not hesitate to recommend Rachel to someone else in need of similar type of law work.
Rachel is an excellent attorney! She is very personable and is very knowledgeable on a wide array of the law. I liked that she is very easy to get in touch with. Most important of all; she gets the job done and wins cases.
Rachel Platt and her amazing team have represented me in legal actions to include child custody, child support issues, issues with my ex-wife, contempt actions, and arrest orders. As a result of those actions I have full custody of my children, child support awarded, and peace of mind. Rachel is a brilliant attorney with never ending work ethic. She made my children her top priority and has kept them safe. She has always been there for me answering question after question, for hours on end. She seems tireless in her work and professionalism. I boldly recommend Rachel Platt and her team for any family law issue. There is no one else I will trust or use. Rachel is still on speed dial on my phone, and she always will be.
I couldn’t ask for a better attorney. Rachel did wonders for my two contentious child custody cases. She always responded to emails or phone calls within one day, most of the time she responded immediately. She put her heart in to everything. She was very passionate, and she was AMAZING in the courtroom. Today, I have full custody of both my children. I’m glad I had Rachel on my side, I couldn’t imagine anyone else representing me as well as she did. I can’t say thank you enough.
Specializing in Family and Special Education Law
As a full service family law firm in Atlanta, we provide legal advice for a variety of family law matters. No matter how complex or simple your family law dispute is, we have the experience and knowledge necessary to represent you inside and outside the courtroom.
From contested to uncontested to high-asset divorces, our legal team takes the time to understand all the details of each client’s case. We realize how emotionally difficult this process is and are committed to providing objective and reasonable advice to achieve the best possible outcome. While we believe it is best for all parties involved to reach an agreement amongst themselves, when that is not possible, our attorneys are highly skilled and effective in the courtroom. Whatever your particular circumstances may be, our lawyers will work with you to form the right strategy to achieve a favorable result.
Child custody, visitation, and child support are just three of many concerns when facing a divorce. These issues are often extremely complex and emotionally draining. The attorneys at The Platt Law Firm provides compassionate, rational guidance and representation for parents throughout this difficult process. We strive to find a custody solution that serves the best interest of the child, while also vigorously defending your interests as a parent. Our attorneys understand child custody law and offer you the strongest possible representation.
Let our firm leverage our understanding of Georgia's laws to provide you with clear and straightforward counsel with any same-sex couple issue you are facing. The attorneys at The Platt Law Firm are compassionate and caring as we understand the life-changing implications of beginning and ending a relationship/marriage. We offer personal attention to each and every client, and we will advocate aggressively for you to protect your interests and your assets.
If your child qualifies for services under the IDEA, the school district must implement an Individualized Education Program (IEP). An IEP is a written plan for each child with a disability, which sets out how the child’s unique special needs will be met. If your child does not have an IEP in place, or if there is an IEP, but it is not sufficiently meeting your child’s goals, you may need help having an appropriate IEP developed or advocating for necessary services. Attorney Rachel Platt works as a team with parents and attends IEP meetings, due process hearings, mediations, and disciplinary hearings to help facilitate a resolution.