The final hearing or trial is the culmination of the divorce process. Final trials are commonly before the judge only but a jury can make an alimony and property division determination. Only a judge can determine matters of custody and visitation. Fulton County Divorce Lawyer Russell Hippe has successfully handled many final trials. These may range from a day with just a few witnesses to a week of numerous witnesses and guardians and psychologists testifying. He has achieved superlative results and has never had a client who has not been pleased with his trial performance. It is important for your attorney to be experienced, to know the evidentiary rules like the back of his or her hand, and to be well prepared.