How to Navigate the Divorce Process

THE DIVORCE PROCESS AND WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW 

Everything seemed so simple at the start of your relationship; You never expected the divorce process to be such a difficult situation. Even in the best of circumstances, tempers can escalate, and every decision can seem to be more stressful than the last. It is only human to find yourself reacting emotionally at certain parts of the divorce. However, it is ...

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How To Handle Holidays After Divorce With Children

Holiday’s After a Divorce 

The first holiday in and around Atlanta after a divorce when children are involved can be the most emotional and difficult time in your life. Holidays are already highly emotional events for many people. During the course of the divorce, it sometimes feels like a nightmare. Stay focused, stay positive and know that it will get better in time.

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Top Representation for Complex Divorce Cases

Marietta’s Trusted Divorce Law Firm Often Handles Complex Divorce Cases 

What is a complex divorce?

In an ideal divorce case, both parties are able to come to an agreement without discord. Divorce arrangements are made smoothly and include reasonable child custody and child support arrangements, alimony, property division, and more. 

No major challenges or disputes present themselves, and the process is efficient, with a quick resolution.

Unfortunately, these types of model ...

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Child Custody Law – Who Gets the Children?

Georgia Family Law – Who gets the children after the Divorce? 

In Georgia, child custody law statute is actually gender neutral, in fact, it is not uncommon for fathers to get custody in Georgia.  Georgia code 19-9-3(a) (1) clearly states that in all cases in which the custody of any child is at issue between the parents, there shall be no prima-facie right to the custody of the child ...

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Custody Laws in Georgia

My Ex Left Our Kids With Me Do I Still Have To Pay Child Support?

The short answer is yes. As long as there is a Georgia court order for child support payments, you are still legally required to make those payments until such order is modified (by you).
Do not assume that the support payments stop automatically. Often people come to my office faced with a ...

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