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3 things your children should know about divorce

It may be troubling to figure out how to talk to your children about your divorce. You may worry you’ll scare them about what life will be like in the future. You may think your children won’t understand the weight of divorce.  Children understand more than we often...

How do you modify an existing Georgia custody order?

When the courts finally grant your divorce or issue a child custody as an unmarried parent, people refer to that order as the final custody order. The terminology people use makes some parents think that they have no control over the custody order if they disagree...

Can I get a divorce without a lawyer in Georgia?

When filing for divorce, there are many things to consider. There is the distribution of marital property, determining custody or child support issues and resolving financial situations concerning debt or assets. For those unable to secure the help of an attorney to...

3 financial moves to make before your divorce

The decision to divorce your spouse can affect nearly every aspect of your life. As you prepare to proceed with the divorce process, you may have concerns about your finances. The U.S. Census Bureau states that in 2021, approximately 15% of adults in the U.S. lived...

4 important questions about divorce in Georgia

A no-contest divorce is a stressful experience, and a contested one is even more difficult. Remaining calm and learning all you can about the process is essential. Divorce law varies from state to state. If you are seeking a divorce in Georgia, there are some...

How to manage social media during your divorce

On a daily basis, you may spend a little time on social media engaging with others and getting updates on your friends and family. This is also a normal part of most people’s everyday lives with the rise in technology and the popularity of these sites. The Pew...

How does mediation help divorcing couples in Georgia?

Obtaining a divorce can take a considerable amount of time. First, you have to file paperwork with the family courts. Then, you have to communicate with your ex or their attorney. Finally, you have to have your day in court. In a contested divorce, you may spend many...

The impact of divorcing later in life

Divorcing later in life, commonly known as "gray divorce," is more common than ever. According to Forbes, there are three reasons for this phenomenon. For one, more women earn an independent income, which makes divorce more realistic. Secondly, increasing life...