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COVID Vaccine Approval for Young Children Could Come Soon: What if Co-Parents Disagree?

Author: Alexis Garcia

 Some years ago, I worked on a case involving a parent who was in a dispute with a co-parent over whether their child would receive the typical panel of vaccinations recommended by pediatricians. The case was unusual, but as health authorities consider if the COVID-19 vaccine is safe for children, more matters like that one Read More

Is Mediation Right for Your Divorce?

Author: Caitlyn Kerr

Most judges in Georgia require divorcing couples to go through mediation before they will schedule a trial. Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution, which means it is a process where the parties attempt to resolve their divorce case without having a trial. Don’t regard this as just another hurdle that has to be Read More

Steps to Take Before You File for a Divorce

Most couples see a divorce coming months or even years before they call a lawyer. The period leading up to the divorce filing is when you should take practical steps that will give you a sure footing and protect you in your new life. Money, children, and “the talk” are the issues that are likely Read More

What Happens to the Family Business in a Divorce?

One of the concerns some couples encounter in the run-up to a divorce is whether they will lose a family business. They may fear that the division of their assets will force the sale of a long-held family business, potentially destroying the livelihood of one or both spouses. There is no doubt a family-owned business Read More

Everything You Need To Know About Postnuptial Agreements

Author: Robert D. Boyd

While many couples sign prenuptial agreements before their wedding date, we also are often asked about implementing similar agreements for couples already married. These couples usually are considering divorce and want to resolve issues surrounding the division of their marital assets before a possible divorce. In some cases, couples are rebuilding a marriage that has Read More

Ten Common Mistakes That Hurt Your Child Custody Case

For couples going through a divorce, perhaps the most emotionally difficult part is agreeing on the custody arrangement for the children. Judges and Courts in Georgia make custody determinations based on the best interests of the child or children, and are frequently aided by guardian ad litems, the court-appointed representatives for the children. In Georgia, Read More

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