February 2017 Archives

Divorce in Georgia does not have to break one's business

Some couples that get married are also business partners. Whether the business is just getting started or well established, it is wise for the two parties to create a prenuptial agreement and/or a buy-sell agreement prior to the marriage. Either of these can protect the business in the case of a divorce. However, many couples do not create this agreement before their wedding, and a postnuptial agreement could accomplish the same result for married couples. Family lawyers in Georgia can assist these parties in protecting a business should a divorce occur subsequently.

Thomas Rhett and his wife have decided to pursue adoption

Families grow and change in their own unique ways. While many couples choose to have their own biological children, some grow their families through adoption. Others do both, like singer Thomas Rhett and his wife. This process allows children who cannot be with their own biological family to become a part of a new family. In Georgia, family law professionals can assist couples as they research and explore the various adoption opportunities available to them.

Should child custody be split equally between Georgia parents?

Parents who are considering separation or divorce have a myriad of resources available to assist them with the process. When working through a divorce, those with children have to deal with forming and establishing a child custody arrangement that is in the best interest of the children. Family lawyers in Georgia can provide guidance for parents facing these issues.

Foster care adoption possible for families in Georgia

The process of adopting a child may seem daunting to many. Fortunately, family lawyers can be of great assistance throughout this process, guiding families from the beginning to the moment when they get to bring their child home. For those considering adoption in Georgia, the foster care system is one option available to these families.