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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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In the mid-1990’s when I began as a child custody attorney, and built up expertise, I wrote of a moment that I summarized as “who gave her the right?” What I meant by this is that mothers assumed they were entitled to child custody, they acted as if they were entitled to child custody, fathers…

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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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The COVID-19 pandemic and shelter in place orders around the country have caused an enormous spike in unemployment that has not been seen since the Great Depression.  What do you do if you have a child support order in Georgia and you’ve been laid off, lost your job, or had a pay cut?  You need to file…

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The Governor has amended his executive order to Shelter in Place to specify the following: “That no provision of Executive Order 04.02.20.01 shall limit, infringe, suspend, or supplant any judicial order, judgment or decree, including custodial arrangements…nor shall any person use the Executive Order 04.02.20.01 as a defense in an action in violation of a judicial order,…

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UPDATED 4/7/2020 The Governor of Georgia has stated in an executive order that travel for custody and visitation exchanges are considered to be “essential” travel and therefore existing parenting plans and visitation schedules are to continue, unless you are under special circumstances. As things are currently scheduled, the Shelter-in-Place order will expire on April 13.  This…

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