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Lawyers are not accountants, or vice versa, but there are a lot of financial matters decided through the court systems. For a divorce case, joint and individual financial assets are among the key considerations for division. Its not uncommon for retirement, stocks, 401K or other accounts to be taken into account during a divorce, but…

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Recently, we had a case where both parties began relationships after they were separated but before their divorce was final. The question is:  should these relationships be considered during a divorce case, even after the marriage was, for all intents and purposes over? There are several factors to consider, including when the separation officially began. Let’s take a…

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Are your private emails as private as you think? It sounds pretty clear that anything you create or send over the very public internet could be admissible in a case if they provide evidence. But how those emails are obtained is as important as the information contained. If your emails were accessed without permission by…

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For divorce, child custody, paternity and legitimation cases in Georgia, nanny cam footage is likely NOT admissible as evidence, and here’s why:  such recordings are lawful only if you own the property and use the cameras, microphones, etc., for security purposes, crime prevention or crime detection. A nanny cam is placed to provide security and crime…

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You set out to have an “amicable” divorce; you talk to friends, to colleagues and even to the clergy and “thought” you were prepared.  But this is an extremely emotional time and it is easy to overlook financial details that could affect you for years after your divorce. Here are the top five financial mistakes made by divorcing parents, along with advice on…

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All Georgia divorce decrees must address important issues such as property and debt division, alimony, and, if you and your spouse have children together, child custody, access or visitation, and child support, among other issues. If you and your spouse cannot agree on one or more of these issues, your divorce becomes contested and can…

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While no two divorces are exactly the same, individuals who are facing a divorce may be unaware of a number of common characteristics that most divorces share. What follows is a short list of common questions that our Georgia law firm often receives from our divorce clients: Do I need a certain reason to get…

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Once the dust has settled and the judge has signed your divorce decree, you may be tempted to breathe a sigh of relief that you no longer have to deal with your ex-spouse or any of the issues that were dealt with in your divorce. However, it is rarely that simple to resolve all divorce-related…

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There is no easy way to break it to your children that you and your spouse are planning to separate or divorce. Your children are likely to react negatively to the news, no matter how appropriate or justified the divorce may be. Regardless of the situation, you are introducing a life-changing event for your child…

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