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Hacks to Get Your Kids Organized Summer break (especially for young kiddos) is a lawless time with little meaning that’s punctuated by a vacation or trips to the park and pool. Transitioning children back to the calm, orderly world of the school year can be challenging for both teachers and parents. How can you make […]

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The American labor market is in a weird place right now. It seems like every time I turn on the TV or pick up a newspaper, I see stories about the shift in our labor culture. There are complaints on both sides. People who were fired or furloughed during COVID-19, for example, are having trouble […]

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I Went Back to Disney – And I Think You Should Too I have some good news for you: Disney isn’t the sad, empty dystopia it appeared to be during most of the COVID-19 pandemic. A few months ago, I made a trip there with my husband and our kids for the first time in […]

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2020 Challenged All My Assumptions We did it — we made it to the last month of 2020! What a crazy, uncertain, stressful year this has been. 2020 brought massive growing pains for everyone, including our team here at ADLG. It stretched us to our limits as parents, professionals, and human beings facing our fears, […]

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We are proud to welcome Shawna Woods to our team of legal advocates at the Atlanta Divorce Law Group. She brings with her over 17 years of experience in family law, a passion for justice, and a dedication to finding the best solutions for her clients. Not only is she a great fit for our […]

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This is one of the most common questions we get day in and day out. If you need to file for a divorce, child custody matter, Legitimation or other family law matter, and the opposing party lives in another state – how do you know where to file?

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For many of our clients, it takes some time after their divorce to feel ready to start dating seriously again. This is especially true for our divorced parents whose primary concern, both during and after their divorce, is the wellbeing of their children.

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Things have changed drastically with the evolution of communication. Now text messages, emails and other electronic forms of communication are acceptable forms of evidence in court.

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As a father, if your child was born out of wedlock, you have no right to custody or visitation rights in the State of Georgia until the child is legitimized. As such, your child is missing out on some important rights.

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Interviewer: You talk a lot about kids in your blogs, but I don’t have kids. However, my ex and I are still in communication because we are trying to sell our marital home.

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