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Category: Georgia Divorce & Custody

How Co-Parenting Apps Like Our Family Wizard Can Ease Child Custody Tension

Divorce happens because people cannot get along and benefit from living a life separate from each other. When there are children involved, that process becomes more challenging and often results in the need for enhanced communication strategies that can streamline the way people interact. Most parents want to support their children’s best interests, but the […]

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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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10 Reasons December Is a Good Month to File for Divorce

revised December 15, 2023 December is here, bringing in the end-of-the-year festivities and the holiday season. You may be thinking that you should continue to put off filing for divorce and wait until the new year. However, Georgia divorce and family law attorney Sharon Jackson does not recommend waiting until January to carry out your […]

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What Are Grandparent Visitation Rights in Georgia?

Parents have the legal right to make decisions about the care and well-being of their children. When a marriage is ended by divorce, or if the parents were never married, custody and visitation of minor children often become a dispute between the parents. Sadly, co-parenting disputes can result in a child's grandparents not being able […]

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How To Co-Parent During The Holidays

The holidays are stressful for everyone, but they can be particularly upsetting for parents going through a divorce. Trying to navigate co-parenting and child custody issues is difficult, especially when you want to protect your children from any anger or tension you might be experiencing with your spouse. If this is your first year to […]

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Should You File For Divorce Now Or Wait For 2022?

Is divorce the #1 item on your list of New Year's Resolutions? 2021 has been a stressful year, and many relationships have not survived the pandemic, self-quarantine, working from home and the economy. Many people's marriages look very different than they did 2 years ago - and some couples have decided they no longer want […]

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FAQs About Georgia Parenting Seminars

Many Georgia counties have established what are called parenting seminars for divorcing parents. Georgia family law courts, including Gwinnett County, require divorcing parents to parenting seminars early in the divorce process. Under Georgia law, the superior court in any county can establish a program designed to inform parties about the effects of divorce on minor […]

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Does Georgia Recognize Parental Alienation?

When deciding issues of child custody, Georgia courts encourage both parents to share in decisions regarding their children and for each parent to have a significant, lasting relationship with their children. With this in mind, no two family situations are alike, and the court can award only one parent the physical and legal custody of […]

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Divorce and Mental Health: Lessons From Kim and Kanye

While nothing official has been announced, news headlines have screamed for months that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are quietly negotiating a divorce. Insiders have proclaimed that Kanye's well-known mental health issues and bipolar episodes, which he publically admitted to in 2018 and has said repeatedly he does not take his prescribed medications, were the […]

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