October 2016 Archives

Georgia baby boomers can be prepared for divorce late in life

Divorce at any age creates challenges and obstacles that may last well into the future. This is especially true of divorces that occur later on in life. Those involved are often approaching retirement. Spouses considering divorce in Georgia have resources available to explain the process and offer suggestions about the best steps to take to be fully prepared. 

Prospective parents can be prepared for adoption in Georgia

The number of children around the world in need of families to call their own is heartbreaking. Yet, many families choose not to consider adoption because it seems too daunting and costly. While the process of adopting a child varies in each case, it is an incredibly rewarding thing in which to be a part. Those in Georgia who may be looking into adoption have many resources available to them that can guide them through the process.

Georgia parents can choose child custody arrangement

Custody arrangements following divorce can take a variety of forms, depending largely on the two parents and their relationships with the child. While there are many options available to parents going through the divorce process, it is important for them to take the child's best interests into consideration. Joint child custody, both legal and physical or solely joint legal custody, may be an option that parents in Georgia consider.

Remembering older children in Georgia foster care adoption

Foster care provides a home to children who have no family, although it may only be temporarily. Adoption, on the other hand, gives children a home and a forever family to call their own. Sadly, many children grow up in the foster care system and are then less likely to be adopted. Georgia families interested in adoption have many resources available to them and may choose to seek assistance from family law professionals.