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Boyd Collar Nolen Tuggle & Roddenbery Named a Top Family Law Firm & Tapped for 2023 Hall of Fame by Atlanta’s Daily Report Boyd Collar Nolen Tuggle & Roddenbery is pleased to announce that the firm has again been recognized as one of metro Atlanta’s top family law firms by the Daily Report. The “Best 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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Consider Your Tech Use Prior to Divorce

Author: Alexis Connors

Technology is an immensely useful and powerful tool. It enables us to communicate more effectively, helps keep us organized, entertains us and keeps us constantly connected to the ones we love. Technology and tech-enabled devices are everywhere and are extremely effective in making our lives more efficient – but for people considering divorce, technology can Read More

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The Changing Landscape of Marriage (and Divorce) for Same-Sex Couples

The bipartisan Respect for Marriage Act (RMA) made headlines across the country in December when it was passed by Congress and signed into law by President Biden. For all married couples, a quick review of what the law does – and does not do – can be beneficial when considering your rights as a spouse Read More

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Considering Divorce in Georgia? Be Aware of the State’s Fault vs. No-Fault Options

Preparing for and executing the dissolution of a marriage is rarely an easy process. Many couples are satisfied with declaring “irreconcilable differences” and getting through the matter as quickly as possible. However, in Georgia, state law provides for two paths to end the marriage: “No-fault” and “fault” divorce. What is the difference between no-fault and Read More

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Custody Planning Considerations for the New Year

January’s onset is traditionally a good time to reflect on the old year and make plans for a new one. For divorced parents, the month presents an excellent opportunity to evaluate your custody agreement and begin planning for the emotional and physical logistics of co-parenting with your former spouse in the new year. Custody issues Read More

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