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  • Having the Right Family Law Attorney Is Critical During Your Divorce
    Having the Right Family Law Attorney Is Critical During Your Divorce

    When marriages break apart stress can be at an all-time high. According to the Holmes and Rahe stress scale divorce and marital separation are near the top of stressful events in one’s life. Emotions ...

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  • Can I Relocate with My Child After Divorce?
    Can I Relocate with My Child After Divorce?

    People’s lives change all the time, so it’s not uncommon for a parent to move away after getting a divorce. You might get a new job in a different state, or you might meet a new romantic partner who ...

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  • Is Your Inheritance at Risk in Divorce?
    Is Your Inheritance at Risk in Divorce?

    Marriage is often about sharing everything. But when a relationship ends in divorce, that perspective can change dramatically. One of the biggest challenges divorcing couples must face is dividing ...

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  • How Will Guardianship Be Impacted by My Divorce?
    How Will Guardianship Be Impacted by My Divorce?

    GUARDIANSHIP AND DIVORCE IN GEORGIA Divorce and child custody are incredibly stressful and complicated issues. The potential legal issues become even more tangled when you are the legal guardian of ...

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  • How Does Divorce Impact an Emancipated Child?
    How Does Divorce Impact an Emancipated Child?

    DIVORCE AND CHILD EMANCIPATION When parents divorce, the non-custodial parent is usually liable for child support. The state of Georgia requires parents to provide the necessary support to minor ...

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  • How Does Common Law Impact Divorce in Georgia?
    How Does Common Law Impact Divorce in Georgia?

    GEORGIA COMMON LAW DIVORCE Most people have heard of “common law” marriage, but very few understand the legal realities of the term. Common law marriages are not recognized in the majority of states. ...

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