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Under Georgia law, child support can be modified upon any material change of circumstances in the parent’s income or financial status or the needs of the child. That’s a lot of language for an attorney to work with. In short, it means if the other parent’s income goes up or down, there are grounds to…

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Technology is constantly evolving.  When I began law school typewriters and carbon paper were still used in law offices. Though, it was rare – I’m not that old. Today, we work in The Cloud and I personally love doing Zoom trials.   Money is no longer just cash, check, or credit. Just like Zoom has become normal…

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Is the court system still working for divorce, paternity, legitimation, child support, and contempt cases given that Covid-19 has closed so many things down in the State of Georgia? The short answer to this question is yes, but they’re also working differently. As an example, you can still get domestic abuse protection order as magistrate…

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One of the most frequently asked questions we hear is “should I file for divorce or legal separation?”  In the State of Georgia, both actions can trigger similar outcomes in terms of awarding child custody, child support, alimony, distribution of assets, marital home, cars, debts and other property, and allowing the spouses to move forward as…

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There is no doubt about it: pets are family. It’s estimated that households in the U.S. will spend $99.0 billion on their pets, including treats and food, vet care, and other services. But what happens in the event of a divorce or breakup when precious family pets, such as cats or dogs, are loved and…

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