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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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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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After a divorce, children will need to learn a new normal. It’s up to the parents to help them understand how things have changed and, specifically, how things won’t change. There are a few things you can do to encourage your kids to embrace their new situation with positivity. In this post, you’ll find advice…

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Prenuptials are agreements made before marriage that define how the marital and premarital estate will be divided by a Georgia Superior Court in the event of a divorce.  It can define what assets will remain your separate, non-marital assets, what assets will become marital assets (and how that is to be defined), and it can determine…

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The right to privacy is recognized by the State of Georgia. This means if your right to privacy is violated, you can sue for damages in Georgia courts. You can also obtain a protective order for stalking, and an invasion of privacy can in some circumstances be criminal as well.  This said, the right to privacy…

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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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