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“BOYD COLLAR NOLEN & TUGGLE NAMED AMONG TOP ATLANTA FAMILY LAW FIRMS FOR FOURTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR,” MARIETTA DAILY JOURNAL

On Nov. 6, 2015, Boyd Collar Nolen & Tuggle was featured in an article about the firm’s recent recognition as one of Atlanta’s top family law firms for the fourth consecutive year. The firm received the highest “Tier 1” ranking from the U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Law Firms” list. You can read the Read More

“WHEN AN EQUITY PARTNER DIVORCES, TRANSPARENCY IS KEY TO PROTECTING FIRM, CLIENTS,” DAILY REPORT

On October 21, the Daily Report published an article authored by founding partner Bob Boyd about special considerations for lawyers who have partnership stakes in their firms when divorcing. Noting that “[i]t is common for a spouse of a law firm partner to request documentation about the law firm itself, such as the partnership agreement, Read More

“MANAGING CREDIT AFTER A DIVORCE,” CHASE.COM

On Sept. 18, Katie Kiihnl was featured in an article for JP Morgan Chase’s website about the impact of divorce on individual credit scores. The article notes that a person’s creditworthiness may be more influenced by their former spouse than their own credit history. Kiihnl advised divorcing parties to look closely at their individual reports, Read More

“MANAGING CREDIT AFTER A DIVORCE,” MONEY.COM

On Sept. 18, Katie Kiihnl was featured in an article for Money.com about the impact of divorce on individual credit scores. The article notes that a person’s creditworthiness may be more influenced by their former spouse than their own credit history. Kiihnl advised divorcing parties to look closely at their individual reports, checking their personal Read More

“GEORGIA HIGH COURT REJECTS GRANDMOTHER’S BID FOR JOINT CHILD CUSTODY WITH EX-SON-IN-LAW,” DAILY REPORT

Boyd Collar Nolen & Tuggle partner Cynthia Wright was quoted in an article about the Georgia Supreme Court’s 5-2 reversal of a Gwinnett County judge’s order that established joint custody between a child’s father and maternal grandmother. Wright, who is a former Fulton County Superior Court chief judge, told the legal newspaper that increasingly during Read More

“GAY COUPLES CAN NOW DIVORCE,” ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION

Boyd Collar Nolen & Tuggle partner Cynthia Wright was quoted in an article about same-sex couples married in other states who, as a result of the U.S. Supreme Court’s June ruling, now can divorce in Georgia. The article noted, “Lawyers expect same-sex divorces will largely reflect those of opposite-sex couples. Yet the splits are raising Read More

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