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Posts by Jill Pullen

Parental Alienation and Divorce

Parental alienation is a situation where one parent uses the children to destroy the other parent’s relationship with the children.  It is an insidious process, and a process that can only be halted if caught early and early intervention taken.  This intervention may include the need to get a judge to stand-up and say “enough…

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Child Custody and Moving Out of State

The law in Georgia on the issue of what happens to child custody if the custodial parent moves out of the State of Georgia has been turned upside down by a recent decision of the Georgia Supreme Court, Bodne v. Bodne. Prior to the Bodne decision, it was extremely difficult to prevent a custodial parent…

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Differences in Representing Fathers Seeking Custody of Their Child

I’ve represented roughly equal numbers of mothers and fathers in child custody disputes.  In my experience you have to approach the case differently depending on whether or not the mother or the father is the client.  Now theoretically, and as written in the law and propounded by the United States Supreme Court, the gender of…

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BUSINESS VALUATIONS

In a divorce proceeding the value of a business is often at issue because the value of a business that was operated during the marriage may be subject to division by the court.  If a business has value (real or manufactured in someone’s imagination) the non-business running spouse may be awarded up to 50% of…

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Business Valuation and Division

In a divorce proceeding the value of a business is often at issue because the value of a business that was operated during the marriage may be subject to division by the court.  In simple terms, if a business has value (real or manufactured in someone’s imagination), the non-business running spouse may be awarded in…

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ALIMONY

Alimony is the award of money from one spouse to the other that arises from the marital relationship between the parties. Only parties who are married may be awarded alimony from the other. Parties who lived like they were married, and shared everything do not qualify. You must first be married. In awarding the alimony…

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