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Keeping Summertime Easy and Stress-Free – Tips for Divorced Parents

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Summer break is a special time for children – no school, warm weather, vacation and time to do new things, or nothing at all. For parents who are divorced, it can mean quality time with kids that creates meaningful experiences and deepens relationships. But summer also has the potential to be highly stressful. With some Read More

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Newly Divorced? Helpful Suggestions to Make Parenting Less Stressful

Author: Alexis Connors

Divorce is a stressful time for everyone involved. For children, the sudden dissolution of the family unit can be enormously confusing. Anxiety, fear and self-doubt all may present themselves individually or at once. Parents face a new life without their former spouse and co-parent. Uncertainty may seemingly cloud every aspect of a divorced family’s new Read More

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New Year, New Custody Considerations: Important Tips to Make Co-Parenting Easier

As the New Year unfolds, it can be helpful to review co-parenting arrangements with your former spouse. As family law attorneys, we regularly stress the importance for parents to plan ahead, which in turn, makes shared custody easier for everyone.  Start the Year Right: Revisiting Your Parenting Plan for Success For many people, the first Read More

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Finding Harmony in Family Law Issues: The Power of Mediation

Author: Alexis Connors

As family law attorneys, we frequently encounter clients with preconceived notions about mediation, often shaped by exaggerated portrayals in movies and on television. For those of you familiar with the movie Wedding Crashers, you’ll recognize the scene: a divorcing couple flanked by their attorneys with two mediators across the table, creating an atmosphere filled with Read More

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Talking to Your Kids About Divorce: Making the Best of a Difficult Process

So, you and your spouse have made the heart-wrenching decision to divorce. For whatever reasons, you’ve agreed to move forward in one of life’s most difficult decisions. How best, then, to talk to your children about that decision and what the future holds for your family? First, you should start by being honest. It’s important Read More

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Modifying Child Custody Orders Post Divorce

Child custody issues are perhaps the most delicate decisions spouses will make during a divorce. In Georgia, the court’s primary consideration in drafting the custody order is the child’s best interest. The judge will take many factors into consideration, including each parent’s involvement in the child’s activities, legal residence, work schedules, personal relationships, mental and Read More

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