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June 2018 Archives

How the change in tax laws will affect alimony

During a divorce, a Georgia couple may make a number of decisions regarding the division of their marital property and how much in alimony one spouse may pay. Under the current tax laws, alimony is deductible by the payer and taxable to the recipient. However, this will change starting in 2019.

How substance abuse can influence child custody cases

If a parent in Georgia has a substance abuse problem, it may impact how that parent is allowed to interact with a son or daughter. A court can look into complaints of substance abuse during a child custody hearing. At that time, a judge may choose to look further into the matter to determine if a parent's drug or alcohol use compromises the child's safety in any way.

What happens to my partner’s retirement savings in a divorce?

Your partner has been the breadwinner and major contributor towards retirement. Meanwhile, you have worked from home to raise the kids so your spouse could focus on a lucrative career. However, you have started down the road to divorce, and you might have some concerns about your access to long-term savings and assets like a pension and 401(k).

Prenups can provide a sense of security to married couples

Georgia residents who are planning on getting married might consider adding a prenup to their list of things to do before the wedding. While the common misconception is that prenups are for rich people only, the reality is that these documents can work for all types of couples and provide a sense of security.

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