Monthly Archives: May 2019

Tax Strategies for Divorce

When the emotions are taken out of it, the divorce process resembles the dissolution of a business contract. The elements of the contract of divorce that need to be resolved include distribution of assets, child custody, and child and spousal support. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 had a profound impact on how […]

What Makes Second Divorces Unique?

Divorce is not an easy process. It is common to feel overwhelmed with negative emotions as you navigate the end of your marriage. Just because you have already gone through a divorce, however, does not mean that a second or additional divorce will be any easier. To make matters worse, statistics suggest that 67% of […]

Advice for Handling a Divorce at the Workplace

If you are going through a divorce, it is common to wish that you could leave your divorce at home and not carry it into your work life. Unfortunately, due to important calls and meetings, it is often impossible to achieve this type of balance. By following some helpful strategies, however, it is possible to […]

Tips on Navigating Divorce as a Domestic Violence Victim

Domestic violence (also known as “family violence”) encompasses any type of harm committed between individuals who are family members, intimate partners, or even previous household members. The state of Georgia also defines family violence as more than just physically harming an individual. Instead, domestic violence includes acts like harassment, criminal damage to property, and stalking, […]

Strategies for Successfully Blending Families

According to the Pew Research Center, 16% of children currently reside in what the Census Bureau has labeled “blended families,” such as those that include stepparents, stepsiblings, or half-siblings. While it is becoming more common, blending families can often be a rough transition. Failure to take into consideration one of a number of factors during […]

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