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Reasons to Get a Prenup Before Walking Down the Aisle

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What is a Prenuptial Agreement? A prenuptial agreement, or prenup, is a legal document that a couple executes before they marry to determines the division of property in the event of a future divorce. Although it may not be romantic, having an open and honest financial conversation before the wedding day can be positive and […]

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Going Through Divorce as a Business Owner

Business owner going through a divorce with his spouse.

Four Ways for Business Owners to Protect Their Company During a Divorce Your business is the most important asset in your life. It’s how you’re able to pay the bills and the place where you’ve invested hundreds of hours and resources. But just like any other asset in your life, it needs to be protected. […]

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Assets Subject to Equitable Division in Georgia

Assets Subject to Equitable Division in Georgia

What is Equitable Division? Equitable division is the process of dividing assets and debts during a divorce. In many cases there is an equal division of assets between the spouses, with each keeping one-half of the assets. However, a judge or a jury deciding how to divide the assets between the parties may divide them […]

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How to List Your Debts & Assets for Your Divorce

List your assets and debts before your divorce

Why Is Listing Your Debts & Assets Important? The beginning of the divorce process is one of the first steps into a new future. It’s an emotional and confusing time as you and your spouse begin to separate personal items, as well as finances. It’s more than necessary to list your assets and debts accurately […]

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How Do You Know If It’s Time for a Divorce?

How To Know If Its Time For a Divorce

Is it Time for a Divorce? Deciding if it’s time for a divorce isn’t easy or pleasant. You might have memories of your wedding day being the best day of your life. But it’s years later when you’ve both changed or experienced a life event that has altered how you view your spouse that may […]

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Child Custody & COVID-19

Woman with daughter coordinating a custody visitation with her ex spouse.

How Child Custody Arrangements Have and Have Not Changed with COVID-19 The COVID-19 outbreak has changed a lot in our daily lives, including how parents with child custody schedules are co-parenting. The courts have made it crystal clear that defying orders or denying visitations simply based upon the current situation or Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s […]

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Establishing Paternity in Georgia

Father with child, after establishing paternity

Establishing Paternity in Georgia: Here’s What You Need to Know Establishing paternity in Georgia is an important family matter regarding the legal responsibility that comes with listing the father’s name on the birth certificate. To ensure the best life for your child and that he or she has a legal father established on public record, […]

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What to Do After Being Served Divorce Papers

Man asking himself what to do after being served divorce papers

I’ve Been Served Divorce Papers. What Happens Next? Whether it was expected or not, receiving divorce papers from a spouse marks the beginning of an uphill challenge. It isn’t an easy thing to go through, but don’t let your emotions get the best of you. You don’t have to wonder what happens after divorce papers […]

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4 Signs Your Spouse Has Hidden Assets

Divorcing woman shocked to find spouse's hidden assets on computer.

4 Signs That Your Spouse Has Hidden Assets When You Are Going Through a Divorce Dividing financial assets during a divorce can be one of the most challenging parts of the entire process. Divorcing couples are bound to argue over finances, but if your spouse is highly uncooperative, it may be because they have hidden […]

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Factors That Can Affect Alimony

Factors That Can Affect Alimony

Georgia Alimony Laws and the Types of Alimony in Georgia Alimony is a financial allowance a divorcing individual pays their spouse during or after the end of their marriage. Each state has distinct guidelines on awarding alimony and different types of alimony based on factors such as the length of the marriage, living situation, and […]

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