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Communication Is Key in Marriage, But Also in Divorce

Date: December 8 2021 Tags: , ,

When in law school, I didn’t aim specifically for a career representing parents and spouses in disputes over divorce terms, alimony, and child custody. I graduated in 2008, just as the Great Recession was starting, and was fortunate to find a job as a law clerk for a family court judge in my hometown of Read More

Fair Isn’t Always Equal… And Other Things to Know About Wealth and Divorce

Date: October 15 2021 Tags: ,

One of the first questions divorcing clients ask is related to what will happen to their money. We advise them that Georgia law requires judges to issue “equitable” rulings when dividing assets from a marriage. “Equitable” means “fair” – which isn’t always equal. But most judges at least start the discussion by contemplating a 50-50 Read More

Getting Cute About Prenups Won’t Fly in Georgia

Date: September 15 2021 Tags: , , ,

There is nothing less romantic than a prenuptial agreement – the contract between two lovebirds deciding how they’ll divide assets in the unthinkable event that they divorce. But if you’re going to have that awkward conversation, you might as well do it correctly. We’ve noticed a lot of cases lately in which one soon-to-be ex-spouse Read More

Preparing for Divorce Court So You Don’t Leave Anything on The Table

Date: October 10 2019 Tags: , , , ,

When facing off against a soon-to-be former spouse in divorce court, it is essential that you – the client – discuss with your lawyer what issues are most important to you so your lawyer can prioritize your objectives and build a winning strategy. During a divorce proceeding, each side generally has limited time to present Read More

Best Practices for a Smooth School Year after Divorce

Date: August 21 2019 Tags: , ,

The back-to-school season is usually marked by shopping for new clothes, the anticipation of new classes, and friends; however, for newly divorced couples and their children, the school year can be tricky terrain to navigate. Whether the marital breakup was acrimonious or not, divorced parents need to create, and maintain, a strong co-parenting relationship to Read More

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