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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

Prenuptial Agreements: A Primer

Author: Alexis Connors

Prenuptial agreements seem to be in the headlines recently. No longer the domain of celebrities and billionaires, “prenups” are becoming more popular for millennial and Generation Z couples and can serve a variety of purposes when couples decide to marry. Below are answers to fairly common questions regarding these agreements. What is a prenuptial agreement? Read More

Co-Parenting Tips for the Holidays

Author: Caitlyn Kerr

“Ah, the holidays?” For almost any of us, the holiday season is not without its stress points. From travel and gift-giving to hyperactive social schedules and financial pressures, November and December can be particularly trying months for any busy parent. For those who are divorced or who are in the process of divorcing, co-parenting can Read More

Postponing A Divorce Until the New Year Has Advantages

Author: Alexis Connors

When a couple decides to divorce, the spouses typically want to resolve the matter as quickly and painlessly as possible. However, there may be financial advantages to staying married through the end of the calendar year. Two important considerations – tax liability and insurance coverage – should help guide your decision-making. Avoiding Higher Tax Liability Read More

Don’t Sleep with Your Soon-to-Be Ex – And Other Tips for Separation in Georgia

More often than you might expect, lawyers for opposite parties in a divorce will have a conversation that starts something like this: “Can you guess what our clients did last night?” It’s not the end of the world, but it can complicate and delay divorce proceedings. If the spouses’ intimacy reflects their interest in reconciling, Read More

If You Want to Keep Your Premarital Assets, Keep Them Separate

Clients going through divorce often are startled when they find out a major asset they had before getting married, such as a house or an investment account, is considered “joint property” to be divided by a judge. Here’s how this unpleasant surprise can occur. After the wedding, Spouse 1 moves into Spouse 2’s premarital home. Read More

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