519 Pleasant Home Rd Suite A3, Augusta, GA 30907

Experienced Family Attorney with a Strong Litigation Background

Cara Sprouse Rowe, Attorney at Law, is a family law practice serving clients in Columbia, Richmond, Burke, Lincoln, and McDuffie counties. As a former State Prosecutor from 1998 to 2006, Cara brings her expertise litigating cases before Judges with countless Jury and Bench trials, Motions, and Sentencings before the Court.


Cara Sprouse Rowe, a competent lawyer, offers a comprehensive range of family law services. We handle Divorce, Military Divorce, Child Custody, Visitation, Property Division, Legitimation, Modification of Custody/Visitation/Child Support, Domestication of Foreign Decrees, Contempt, Alimony, Domestic Violence Protective Orders.


We recognize the stress the client is under while going through a divorce. Cara’s experience and tenacity will guide you smoothly through the divorce process, including the first Initial Con-ference, Motion hearings, all the way through to Mediation and if necessary, a Final hearing before the Judge. In a divorce with minor children, a Guardian Ad Litem may need to be appointed to advocate for the children for what
is In their best interest. There is also marital property, assets, and debts to be divided. In these cases, we do in-depth discovery to uncover bad conduct and financial information on the spouse.


Active or former active-duty members have unique issues to decide including the spouse’s lack of earning potential due to frequent relocations to addressing the distribution of military retirement. VA benefits are not marital property.


The Courts will determine what is in the best interest of the children in a divorce or in an initial custody litigation. We strive and hope that the parents of the children maintain a positive influence in the children’s lives. However, we han-dle cases aggressively where a parent is not following the Court Order or not providing for what is in the best interest of the child/children. We also handle modifications of custody. At the age of 14, a child can declare which parent he or she desires to live with primarily.


Experience Meets Compassion: Your Partner in Legal Strategy

Cara began practicing in 1998 and uses her 25 plus years of experience and knowledge to advocate and strategize for her client’s issues. Cara invests her time and compas-sion into each individual case as if it was her own outcome on the line. Each case has its particular issues, and each case is unique, requiring commitment and tenacity to achieve the best results for every client.


BBA – emphasis in Accounting

Owner of Spouse Insurance Agency until 1994

Master of Business – Augusta University 1998

Juris Doctorate – Tulsa Law School 1998

Admitted to Practice Law in Georgia – 1998

Admitted to Georgia Court of Appeals -1998

Admitted to Georgia Supreme Court -1998

1998 – Lead Prosecutor in newly developed

1998 First Prosecutor assigned to Domestic Violence cases

Domestic Violence Task Force

Volunteer Legal Services for Safe Homes of Augusta

Member of Columbia County Domestic Violence

Task Force