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Is Your Spouse Spying on You?

In a world where high tech spying devices are available in the form of smartphone applications and sold online, it is not uncommon for a spouse to resort to spying during a divorce. Though he or she might feel entitled to know what you are doing while you are still legally married, spying is an […]

Things to Avoid When Co-Parenting After a Divorce

The idea of putting aside divorce disputes in order to co-parent after receiving your decree often seems impossible. After months or years of unhappiness culminating in a costly divorce, it is not unusual for an adult to want closure and space. Unfortunately, couples who have minor children together must continue to interact until their children […]

Summer Visitation Advice

Extended visits with a non-custodial parent typically take place during the summer months. Regardless of whether your child is staying close to home or going on an out-of-state vacation, preparing for summer visitation can be difficult for both parents. Custodial parents are often anxious about spending a large amount of time away from their children, […]

Handling Debt Liability During a Divorce

In the state of Georgia, during the divorce process, the court will work towards establishing a fair distribution of property that was acquired during the marriage. Although the division of assets is more than likely going to be one of your primary concerns during your divorce, it is important to remember marital debt, as well. […]

Georgia Domestic Violence: A Serious Social, Economic and Health Concern

At one point in their lives, approximately one out of every four women in America will be physically assaulted or raped by a partner. The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (GCADV) was established to fulfill the need for programs, services, and support for domestic violence victims in Georgia. Domestic violence, according to the GCADV, is […]

Surprising Health Effects of a Divorce

In addition to the emotional turmoil that can affect you and take up most of your thoughts during a divorce, there are documented physical effects associated with divorce. Even though most adults are partially prepared to deal with the mental and financial issues associated with divorce, few ever consider health problems. Unfortunately, people who go […]

Fighting a Georgia Prenuptial Agreement

When Mary J. Blige married Martin “Kendu” Isaacs, a prenuptial agreement that waived rights to spousal support was signed by both of them. However, when Blige decided to divorce Isaacs, he still fought for spousal support, and surprisingly, the judge awarded spousal support to Isaacs. The payments rang in at the tune of $30,000 per […]

What are My Social Security Retirement Rights After My Georgia Divorce?

When you entered into your marriage, you may have been decades away from retirement. In fact, when your divorce is filed, you may still be years or decades away from retirement, or you may be heading into a divorce and retirement at the same time. No matter when your divorce begins, you may wonder if […]

Will I be Awarded Spousal Maintenance in My Georgia Divorce?

Divorce brings about a world of change for both spouses involved. Typically, a divorce impacts the current lifestyles that both spouses are used to living, which means that spousal maintenance, otherwise known as alimony or spousal support, will become a topic at hand during the divorce proceeding. If you are considering filing for divorce, or […]

Will I be Able to Travel With My Children After My Divorce?

Summer is upon us, and many people have already made plans to travel somewhere amazing. While your last trip probably included your former spouse and your children, if you are going through a divorce, then things have changed drastically. Are the rules for traveling with children the same after a divorce? Often, the divorce decree […]