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The Difference Between No Fault Contested vs. No Fault Uncontested Divorce In Georgia

If you are divorcing in Georgia, there is a strong possibility that you have heard of the two main types of divorce: no-fault uncontested divorce vs. no-fault contested divorce. You may be curious about the differences between these two divorces and which is best for you and your situation. Finding out this information is an […]

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Protect Yourself from Physical Abuse in Divorce: Hire an Aggressive Divorce Lawyer

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. It is the perfect time for individuals to learn and become aware of how to protect themselves from physical abuse in divorce. This is extremely important as many believe they have no way out of their abusive and unhappy marriages. However, a domestic violence divorce lawyer knows the […]

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High Conflict Divorce in Georgia: What You Need to Know

A high-conflict divorce is one in which one or both spouses engage in destructive behaviors to intentionally delay or derail the divorce process, or to cause unnecessary emotional pain to the other spouse. In a high-conflict divorce, disagreements between the spouses are so intense and frequent that they disrupt the daily lives of the spouses […]

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Navigating a High-Conflict Divorce in Georgia

A high-conflict divorce arises when one or both partners resort to actions that disrupt the process or cause unnecessary emotional distress to each other. This often results in prolonged disputes and heated legal battles. Although specific statistics may differ, researchers estimate that approximately 20 percent of couples who are separating are caught in a high-conflict […]

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The Pros and Cons of No Fault Divorce in Georgia

Navigating the delicate territory of divorce requires a basic understanding of the available legal paths, each with advantages and disadvantages. Among these, “no fault divorce” is a viable option for many separating couples. This relatively new approach, which has reduced many of the former inhibitive barriers of divorce, aims to streamline the dissolution of marriages […]

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How A Man Should Prepare for a Divorce in Georgia

You’ve tried everything. Everything to save your marriage. Talking it out with your wife, getting advice from friends, counseling, perhaps a trial separation. And, yet, things aren’t going to work out. Now what? Unfortunately, you may have to do something a bit sneaky: financially planning for divorcing your wife before asking for a divorce. While […]

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Gay Marriage and Same-Sex Divorce in Georgia: The Ultimate Guide

Georgia allows same-sex marriages, thanks to a US Supreme Court ruling in 2015. With this, LGBTQ divorce should also be legal in the state. But while same-sex couples are now afforded the same rights as different-sex couples, there may still be unique issues in LGBTQ marriages and divorce that require legal attention. Here’s our comprehensive […]

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Why Attorneys Withdraw

In today’s market, especially in large metropolitan areas, clients can pick and choose from a long list of possible lawyers to handle their legal needs.  If things don’t work out from the client’s perspective, they can terminate the representation, fire the lawyer, and hire someone else. What does an attorney withdrawal mean? Sometimes the attorney […]

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Who is the Client?

In family law cases, the client is the person involved in the legal action. The person bringing the suit is the Plaintiff who is often referred to as the Petitioner in family law cases. The person defending the legal action is the Defendant who is referred to as the Respondent. In family law cases, lawyers […]

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What If My Ex-Spouse Doesn’t Follow The Divorce Decree?

Some couples feel so relieved once their divorce has become finalized. But some ex-spouses are just getting started. Divorce can continue to be difficult if your ex-spouse doesn’t follow your divorce decree. What are your legal options if you find yourself in this situation? Is there a way for you to resolve this issue outside […]

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