Monthly Archives: March 2017

Does Social Media Use Lead to Divorce?

People are regularly using applications such as Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram to document their lives publicize their personal views. Since these new social media outlets have emerged, there have been many studies that have outlined the negative impact that they can have on relationships and marriages. These studies have consistently shown that individuals who […]

Is a Cohabitation Split-Up Similar to Divorce?

Cohabitation is becoming popular in the United States as more women and men are choosing to live together long-term before marriage. With between 40% and 50% of marriages ending in divorce today, many people feel living together is a way to prevent the unnecessary pressures of tying the knot. However, there are still many areas […]

Do Dads Get Fair Treatment in Custody Battles?

It is not uncommon for women to gain primary custody of children when a couple goes through a divorce. In fact, many times, whether it is settled in court or out, the children are placed in the care of the mother. Vayman & Teitelbaum, Attorneys at Law, can help anyone who is going through a […]

Over 50 and Remarrying?

Getting remarried? Over the age of 50? There are a few things you should be aware of if you plan to tie the knot again. From money myths to stepchildren, there is plenty to know before you walk down the aisle for a second or third time. Do not be afraid to speak to your […]

How Will Your Assets Be Divided in Georgia?

Upon marriage, everything a couple acquires is shared or owned jointly. So, when the couple decides it is the end of the line and begin divorce proceedings, these items must be split up. There are two ways the property in a divorce can be split up: equitable distribution and community property. Division of property can […]

Tips for Saving Your Business During Divorce

Divorce can not only alter your personal life, but it can shake up your business or career. If you and a spouse own a business together, it could be disastrous for you if you decide to get divorced. If all your finances are tied up in the business, selling it could be the only answer […]

Marrying a Foreign National

Love knows no borders. In the United States, around 250,000 people gain legal status through marriage each year. Although many of these are couples who love each other, officials say that less than 15% of these marriages are solely for the purpose of the foreign national receiving legal status to live in the US. If […]

Can Emancipated Children Hold Parents Responsible for College Tuition?

In a groundbreaking case that recently unfolded in New Jersey courts, parents cannot be held responsible for paying a child’s college tuition without having a say in their child’s decisions. The state’s Appellate Court oversaw Ricci v Ricci, a case that in which daughter Caitlyn Ricci battled her divorced parents Michael Ricci and Maura McGarvey. […]

How Does Social Media Impact My Case?

Social media is everywhere you look in today’s society. It is rare to find a person of any age who does not use one of the many social media applications of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram,  SnapChat, and many more. When a person places information on any of these sites, that information is out there forever, even […]

The Impact of Drug Use on Cases Involving Children

In previous articles we discussed that Georgia courts will look to the best interests of the child when determining many issues surrounding child custody and visitation. A court is inclined to favor continued contact with both parents and implement some sort of shared custody arrangement, when possible. The court will consider a variety of factors […]

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