Divorce

How does spousal support work in Georgia?

Spousal support can help prevent financial hardship for a spouse who has less earning potential than the other spouse in a Georgia divorce. Not all spouses qualify for spousal support. How does spousal support work in Georgia? Who is eligible? Judges consider several...

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What is the purpose of a parenting plan?

An integral part of a Georgia divorce where you share children is deciding how you will care for them. One element that the court requires you to complete is a parenting plan. The parenting plan is your opportunity to determine how you and your ex will care for your...

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3 tips to avoid a costly divorce

One thing that all divorces have in common is the money it takes to end a marriage. Your divorce could cost anywhere from a few thousand dollars to a million. Even if you can afford a costly divorce, there are probably better uses to which you could put that money....

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Is joint custody beneficial?

When going through a divorce, couples will likely spend a good amount of time deciding what option to go for regarding child custody. Different options suit each family in different but equally beneficial ways. Joint custody is but one of many options, but it may have...

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Do rich couples fight more in divorce?

Many people attribute money and assets as a major contributing factor in the decision for couples to divorce. Many also believe that assets are a driving force behind many of the worst arguments during divorce. But how true is this? Do people really fight more when...

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What are some good reasons to relocate?

An important part of your post-divorce life is to provide well for your children. Perhaps you find that living in your home community is not enough. Another locale might have a work opportunity that will better support your family. However, you will have to move,...

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