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Month: July 2020

What is nesting?

It is very common to end up with a co-parenting arrangement after a divorce. This is because co-parenting is usually in the best interest of the child. Even if the parents divorce and no longer cohabitate, having both parents actively involved with raising the child...

What to expect when filing for divorce in Georgia

You may file for divorce in Georgia if you or your spouse has lived in the state for at least six months. The state allows for no-fault divorce proceedings, which means neither party has to prove the other is at fault to receive a divorce.  Learn more about what to...

What is parental alienation?

Divorces are often complex, especially when children are involved. Many issues can disrupt the parent-child relationship and some of these issues may originate with the ex-spouse.  Parental alienation is a common occurrence in contentious divorces. Not only can it...