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Contempt of court is one of the most powerful tools available to the judge during divorce proceedings. In fact, the judge could find a person in contempt after a divorce has concluded if the terms of the decree are not followed. Contempt could involve anything from failure to stick with a custody schedule to refusal […]

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Trust is the cornerstone of a healthy marriage. If you are asking yourself, “Is my spouse cheating on me?” then it is likely that the trust in your relationship has been compromised in some way. While there may be innocent explanations for why your spouse is behaving suspiciously, relationship experts say that some signs could […]

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A forensic accountant uncovers fraud and financial crimes by investigating records and following transactions. While much of the work of forensic accountants is done in criminal cases, they are also frequently utilized in divorce disputes. Is it worth getting a forensic accountant for your divorce? Let our experienced family attorneys help guide you on the […]

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When the judge determines the amount of child support owed in a divorce or child custody case, they base their decision in part on a formula known as the Basic Child Support Obligation. This formula takes into account a wide range of factors before recommending an amount of monthly child support payment in a specific […]

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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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When you believe a divorce is in your future, preparing early helps you protect yourself in the long run. Even if you still hope to preserve your marriage, getting a realistic picture of how your life might differ if the marriage ends could help you manage a divorce with less disruption for you and your […]

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When you get divorced in Fulton County, Georgia, the family court requires a series of status conferences. Sometimes people do not understand the purpose of these meetings. You will attend the status conference with your attorney, but they are not formal hearings. Call our firm to learn more about what status conferences are in a […]

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Couples rarely make a sudden decision to divorce. Although a specific event might trigger a determination to separate, in most cases, one or both parties have been dissatisfied for a while. There are various steps to take when considering divorce. Preparation can lead to a faster and less expensive dissolution process. Cover the Procedural Bases […]

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Even the smoothest divorce can trigger deep isolation. In this dark place, many people turn to social media – for escape or to tell their stories. While this is understandable, and many of us use social media to stay in touch with old friends and family in different parts of the world, the difficult truth […]

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The traditional wisdom about divorce is that the woman gets the children and the house, and the man gets taken to the cleaners financially. Although this stereotype has not been accurate for decades, it persists. When you are a man getting divorced, it is critical to understand that your rights are not based on gender. […]

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It is not uncommon for couples or families to relocate throughout the years. If you were married in another state and are facing a dissolution of marriage, you might wonder how your divorce will be handled here in Georgia. Fortunately, you do not need to return to the state where you and your partner were […]

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Getting a divorce can be an arduous process on its own, but what does it look like when one of the spouses lives overseas? With American and international law being so complex – especially when combined – there are many things to consider when getting an international divorce. Questions like where you would file and […]

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Multiple factors regarding location contribute to the legality of filing for a Georgia divorce. Knowing where and how to file your divorce complaint is an essential step in the process. Our dedicated, compassionate team is here to help you and your family navigate this system. How Does Georgia Residency Work? You do not have to […]

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While there are plenty of narcissists out there, not all of them overly display the signs and symptoms of this personality disorder. These individuals might appear modest or shy initially, but behind that reasonable exterior is a person who is hypersensitive to criticism and lacks any empathy for other people. If you have discovered your […]

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Religious divorces fall outside the realm of litigation. Frequently, religious divorces occur after civil litigation wraps up. The validation of a divorce through religious means does not affect anything the court order touches and serves only to restore the faithful to unmarried status in the eyes of their faith so they can remain devotees in […]

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If you’re the initiating a divorce case, it will have to be served on the other party once it is filed. Service of process means handing that divorce packet over to the individual or to someone who is living in that individual’s house. There are different ways to serve divorce papers on your ex. Service […]

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Initiating a divorce can be difficult. Divorcing an abusive narcissist can feel impossible. Fortunately, there are healthy ways to address trauma and finally divorce an abuser. There are many resources available for survivors of abuse. If you need help, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233, log onto thehotline.org, or text LOVEIS to 22522. […]

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Dealing with a narcissistic ex can be a laborious and mentally exhausting task, especially during a high-conflict divorce. While you cannot control or reason with a narcissist, following the guidelines below may help put you at ease during the process of dissolving a marriage. Understand Who You’re Dealing With A narcissist can exhibit some or […]

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3 Fears New Clients Have and How We Address Them If you look around this Halloween, odds are you won’t see many people dressed up as lawyers. Kids usually choose classic monsters like vampires, ghosts, and werewolves for their costumes. But ask an adult and I bet they’d tell you that lawyers are scary — […]

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Many narcissists may view the divorce process as a competition or challenge. Because of this, a narcissistic spouse may take selfish actions to gain or retain as much as possible during the marriage dissolution process. While these situations are often emotionally taxing for the spouses involved, there are steps you can take to prepare and […]

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