Monthly Archives: August 2018

Concerns Small Business Owners Have About Divorce

Small business owners who go through a divorce are at substantial risk of having their business divided or in some cases even lost. Because small business owners frequently face substantial challenges during a divorce, it is often critical to obtain the assistance of a highly experienced divorce attorney who can make sure that your case […]

Five Ways to Behave in Georgia Family Law Court

While it was once common, today few people wear suits and ties on a weekly or monthly basis. Instead, many people in Georgia feel comfortable in jeans, shorts, or t-shirts. As a result, Georgia’s family law courts feel like a foreign place to many people. To make the family law court process easier, there are […]

Six Things Divorcing Parents Should Never do to Children

Divorce has the potential to be a quick and uncomplicated process. Unfortunately, it is all too often the case that separating couples handle divorces poorly, which leads to numerous complications that significantly impact the lives of children. While it can be confusing to know how to respond in a divorce, there are some things that […]

How Drug Issues can Influence Custody Cases

As is common in many parts of the United States, Georgia is currently experiencing an epidemic drug problem. When married people use drugs, divorce often follows, which leads to custody issues. Many people ask what influence a former spouse’s drug use can have on a custody case. It is critical to understand that while a […]

Expectations Involved With Adopting a Step-Child

Many parents who adopt step-children have wanted to do so for some time. In some cases, step-parents see the adoption as the next logical step in becoming the child’s legal parent. This kind of adoption offers several advantages, including the ability to make healthcare and education-related decisions and the ability to pass on assets as […]

Advice for Newly Separated People

Going through a divorce can be emotionally challenging. Many recently separated couples make regrettable decisions during this emotional and scary time. Fortunately, there are some pieces of advice that couples should always remember to follow to make the situation as manageable as possible. This article will discuss some of the most important guidelines that newly […]

How to Tell the Kids About Your Divorce

Unfortunately, current statistics reveal that approximately 40 to 50% of married couples in the United States divorce. Many family must ultimately navigate the many challenges of divorce. One of the most challenging obstacles faced by couples who are about to divorce is how to inform their children. Because there is a risk that children will […]

Your Guide to Parental Rights in Georgia

One of the most common questions that we are asked by clients is what rights parents have in the state of Georgia. The answer is that a parent’s exact rights depend on several factors including the sex of the parent. It is critical for all parents to in Georgia understand some important details about their […]

Key Facts About Child Abandonment in Georgia

Children count on their parents to provide for their daily needs which includes creating a safe home. Many courts have interpreted that it is often in the best interests of children for both parents to play an active role in the child’s life. Statistics, however, reveal that more than a quarter of all children in […]

What You Need to Know About Georgia’s New Adoption Law

After being passed by the Georgia legislature earlier this year, a law recently became effective that is designed to help more children placed in care of the state Georgia find permanent families. This recent change represents the first substantial revamping of the state’s adoption laws in nearly 30 years. If you are interested in adopting […]

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