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Back to School Co-Parenting Tips During COVID-19

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COVID-19 Back To School Co-Parenting Tips As the country starts to reopen and schools and workplaces enforce strict mask policies and vaccine mandates, children of co-parents may go back to school after COVID-19 previously stopped them from attending in-person classes. While the transition back to the classroom may prove to be difficult, children of co-parents […]

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Social Media and Divorce

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A Guide to Social Media and Divorce It has become easier to share pivotal moments of our lives through social media. Whether it is a birthday, vacation, graduation, new job, or marriage, you can upload photos and posts to share these moments with friends and family. However, not all moments of your life should be […]

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What If I Don’t Want a Divorce?

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What If I Don’t Want a Divorce? “My spouse wants to separate. What if I don’t want a divorce?” Not all divorces are mutual. Sometimes one partner wants to figure out a way to work things out before filing for divorce. So, what are your options if you don’t want a divorce, but your spouse […]

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Divorce Mediation in Georgia

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Divorce Mediation in Georgia Saves You Time & Money No two divorces are the same. At times the experience can be a long and difficult process, or it can be amicable and smooth sailing. Some divorcing couples decide to try to make it easier through mediation. Divorce mediation in Georgia involves meeting with a third-party […]

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The Difference Between Divorces & Annulments in Georgia

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Annulments in Georgia Compared to Getting a Divorce When a marriage ends, there are typically one of two ways it can end in the eyes of the law – divorce or annulment. By definition, a divorce legally ends a valid marriage, while an annulment is a formal declaration that a marriage was legally invalid. There […]

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How Adultery Affects Alimony in a Divorce

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If My Spouse Committed Adultery, Does it Affect Alimony? Divorce is already emotionally difficult enough, but it can be even harder to navigate when there is adultery involved. You might have a slew of questions about alimony when adultery is cited as your reason for separation. Examples of questions may include: Will I still have […]

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Contested v. Uncontested Divorce

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Explained: Contested and Uncontested Divorce When a marriage dissolves, it’s the beginning of a series of difficult decisions both parties will have to make. After deciding to end the marriage, one of the first decisions both individuals need to make is whether they want a contested or uncontested divorce. Both a contested and uncontested divorce […]

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How to Handle the Holidays After a Divorce

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Tips for Handling the Holidays After a Divorce Going into this year of holiday festivities after divorce will look very different than in previous years. It can also be a painful reminder of the past before the divorce. Whether your divorce was cordial or filled with tension, there’s an opportunity for new holiday traditions. This […]

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What to Know Going into a High Asset Divorce

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What Qualifies as a High Asset Divorce? Not every divorce is the same. In a high asset divorce, there is more at stake financially. Assets that may be at risk include shared bank accounts, business assets, and investments – to name a few. It’s no secret that a high asset divorce can be overwhelming and […]

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Four Reasons to Consider a Postnuptial Agreement

Reasons to Consider a Postnuptial Agreement

What is a Postnuptial Agreement? Postnuptial agreements are similar to prenuptial agreements; however, the contract is written after a couple marries. There are many reasons why a married couple may consider getting a postnuptial agreement. Whether it is to safeguard money for children from a previous marriage or for a spouse looking to protect their […]

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