Edidiong Aaron

Edidiong Aaron

Family Matters Law Group
  • Family Law, Divorce
  • Georgia
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Reviewed by T. Loyal November 5, 2020
Look No Further !!
After doing an extensive search I ran across Family Matters Law Group online. After reading the reviews I decided to consult with Attorney Aaron about my divorce case. The first day I spoke with Attorney Aaron I instantly knew she would be the perfect fit for my case. Her professionalism, knowledge, patience, demeanor, and the overall welcoming to her office made me feel as though she as well as her amazing staff cared about my case. The staff at Family Matters Law Group are very prompt when getting things done. Everything that I asked for in my divorce Attorney Aaron made sure it happened and I’m forever grateful. If you’re looking for an Attorney that’s a beast when it comes to litigating then look no further. I could go on and on but this law firm is definitely your go to if you’re looking for someone to handle your case. Special thanks to Arian and Enjoli for doing such an amazing job as well. I give this Law firm ten plus stars.
Reviewed by Alicia P. October 12, 2020
Simply The Best Attorney
My experience with the team at Family Matters Law Group can only be described as exceptional. I found this firm via an internet search and the search result turned out to be a blessing. Throughout each step of the process, Attorney Aaron and her staff provided a true sense of comfortability and assurance that my case mattered, which was important to me as a female. The advice I received was always timely, thorough, and fair; covering every possible outcome, so I could make as educated a decision as possible. In a time where many in the legal field will tell you what you want to hear, as long as the check clears, this was refreshing. They say preparedness breeds confidence. Well, as a result of Attorney Aaron’s depth of knowledge of my case and applicable case law, I was able to walk into court brimming with it. Not only did I come out victorious, on both occasions I was represented by Attorney Aaron, I received everything I asked for. This wasn’t happenstance. It was a testament to her competence, proficiency, and command of the court room. Opposing counsel didn’t stand a chance! I hope I never have to file contempt of court regarding child custody again, but if I must for that or anything relating to family law, the first and only call for representation will be to Family Matters Law Group!
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Biography

Edidiong (pronounced ‘Ah-dee-dee-on’) Aaron is the Owner and Practicing Attorney at Family Matters Law Group, P.C. She is from Akwa-Ibom State Nigeria by way of Houston Texas. Edidiong attended the University of West Georgia, where she served on the Student Judicial Chair Board. She pledged the illustrious Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated and is currently an active graduate chapter member.

Edidiong graduated from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School in 2010 and began practicing Family Law for a boutique firm located in Morrow Georgia. In 2012 she proudly opened the doors of Family Matters Law Group, P.C with the intention of laying a foundation such that the firm would become synonymous with expertise and excellence. Edidiong is an expert Family Law attorney serving in Clayton, Henry, Fayette, Fulton, and other metro Atlanta counties.

Edidiong is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, Family Law and Young Lawyers Section, and the Atlanta Bar Association, Family Law Section. She attends numerous continuing legal education courses and is abreast of the ever-changing laws governing family law. She is often called to speak at Father’s Rights seminars to provide key legal tips on hot-topic discussions.

Practice Areas
    Family Law
    Adoption, Child Custody, Child Support, Father's Rights, Guardianship & Conservatorship, Paternity, Prenups & Marital Agreements, Restraining Orders, Same Sex Family Law
    Divorce
    Collaborative Law, Contested Divorce, Military Divorce, Property Division, Same Sex Divorce, Spousal Support & Alimony, Uncontested Divorce
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Georgia
State Bar of Georgia
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Professional Experience
Owner and Attorney at Law
Family Matters Law Group
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Law Firm specializing in family law by fighting for people whose children, assets and money are under attack.
Education
Atlanta's John Marshall Law School
J.D. (2010)
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Professional Associations
Henry County Bar Association
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Clayton County Bar Association
Member
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State Bar of Georgia
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Father's Right Advocate
Atlanta - People You Need to Know
Websites & Blogs
Website
Family Matters Law Group Website
Blog
Family Matters Law Group Blog Page
Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered
Q. Can I stop ex from taking kids out of state because his attorney didn't submit final custody order decree yet?
A: If the out of state trip does not interfere with your parenting time, he MAY be granted to do so. Where custody is decided and a parenting plan is in place, generally, a parent may exercise their designated parenting time as they wish. In most cases, unless specifically agreed upon, the other parent is not even required to give you notice about their plans during their parenting time. Additionally, if the judge instructed you guys to start following the order immediately you should do so, even if you do not have the official copy yet. As I am in the state of Georgia, you should seek legal counsel in Nebraska for further concerns. I hope that you find relief in this matter.
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Family Matters Law Group
7183 Jonesboro Road
Suite 200B
Morrow, GA 30260
Telephone: (678) 545-2118
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