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Like many states, Georgia requires divorcing couples with children to attend and complete a co-parenting seminar. This class is designed to assist parents with preparing their children for the divorce process, and it can have beneficial results for all involved. It is understandable for parents—especially those who have dedicated much of their time to their […]

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Determining the identity of a minor child’s father is important for all parties involved. This information benefits the child by providing them with important details about their heritage and family medical history, but it also establishes the legal rights and responsibilities of the father. When it comes to the relationship between a father and their […]

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My Best Tip for Co-Parenting through the Holiday –Sara Khaki Did you know that in Sweden, people don’t celebrate Halloween? When I was growing up there in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, everything I knew about the holiday came from American television and movies. It wasn’t until I moved to the U.S. in 1996 […]

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The start of the new school year is just around the corner, and now is the time to begin planning. If you and your co-parent are both involved in your child’s upbringing, this can be a difficult process. Coordination and collaboration between you and your co-parent are necessary while preparing your child for a new […]

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Who Gets to Decide if the Kids Go Back to School? One of the big issues parents have to address this year is a question I certainly never thought I’d have to ask: Will I send my kids back to school this fall? Whether or not schools will reopen for in-person lessons is a question […]

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Adalia Ellis Gives Talking Points on a Difficult Conversation KIDS QUESTIONS ON RACISMTalking to kids about the social and political unrest that is going on in the news, racism, and cases of police brutality.Social Activist and Professor with a Masters in Teaching, Adalia Ellis, guides on how to have honest conversations with our children so […]

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How to Make a New Adventure When you are raising children, summer vacation is often the highlight of the year. This is a time for summer camps, family trips, and all the fun opportunities that come with the kids being out of school for a few weeks. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s clear […]

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What Can I Do if I Don’t Agree with the Way My Ex is Teaching Our Children? Many schools across the country have been forced to close due to COVID-19, ensuring that students and staff stay safe and healthy. This decision has led many families to homeschool their children to ensure that they will be […]

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Recently, our team at the Atlanta Divorce Law Group has received a lot of questions from our clients about child custody agreements during the Coronavirus pandemic. There are numerous lockdown orders in place across the United States to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Over the past several weeks, states including Georgia have pushed to […]

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When going through a divorce, adhering to a visitation schedule can be difficult. What can make the situation increasingly difficult is when your ex has bitter feelings toward you. They may try to refuse visitation of your children or limit your time with them. If your ex violates your visitation rights, there are several legal […]

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