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Legal Articles, Divorce & Family Law

What about kids?

Many parents main concern is dividing these responsibilities and supporting their children during a separation. During this difficult situation, your mind can rest on one thing: the courts primary concern is always the best interests of the children.

Is your spouse hiding marital property?

Studies show that many people hide money and assets from their spouse or partner during divorce.

3 risks of self-representation during a Georgia divorce

People who get divorced without an attorney may be at greater risk for making damaging mistakes, causing legal delays and experiencing greater stress.

Divorce in Georgia: Helping children adjust to the changes

Experiencing the divorce of their parents may be upsetting for many children, but there are things their parents can do to help them cope with the changes.

What Parenting Time Schedule Is Best For Your Child?

You attorney can assist in developing a parenting plan that includes schedules that you and your children can live with

Do I need a prenuptial agreement?

Prenuptial agreements were once thought only necessary for wealthy persons but today offer many benefits to virtually any couple.

When Are You Entitled to Alimony and Maintenance?

Alimony and maintenance are generally granted to maintain the status of one spouse if they lack the ability to reasonably care for their needs on their own.

Consider Adoption…Speak with an Adoption Attorney

Consider Adoption…Speak with an Adoption Attorney

Can I Reduce my Child Support If I can No Longer Afford to pay? How is it done?

Article discusses if and how child support can be modified in California. Often one finds themselves in a situation where circumstances have changed and they can no longer afford to pay the previously ordered child support. This article discusses how to modify it.

Can I Have My Ex Pay For My Divorce Attorney?

Article discusses how you can get your ex to pay for your divorce attorney. The California Family Code allows it so long as there is a disparity in income, need by requesting spouse and ability to pay by the paying spouse.

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