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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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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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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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There are but two options in finalizing a divorce: Negotiate and settle on the division of property and assets and on custody questions Litigate in court, typically before a judge but occasionally before a jury. Some individuals begin the process determined to settle, but if their former partner is unwilling to compromise, litigation becomes the…

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Every divorce is different, and the divorce judge who is assigned to your case may or may not order your spouse to pay your attorneys’ fees in your divorce judgment. Whether you receive an award of attorneys’ fees in your case depends on the facts and circumstances surrounding your case. Attorneys’ fees may be ordered…

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Marital settlement agreements constitute the agreement of the parties as to all matters involved in their divorce, including child custody, parenting plans, and support, alimony, and division of property and debts. These agreements are enforceable under Georgia law, but in order to become legally valid and enforceable, they first must be approved by the divorce…

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A prenuptial agreement can be a very effective means of protecting property and other assets in the event that a couple chooses to divorce in the future. While it may seem unromantic to talk about prenuptial agreements, more and more couples are turning to these agreements in an attempt to minimize the financial distress and…

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