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Working through the process of divorce in Georgia

On Behalf of | Apr 19, 2017 | Family Law |

Divorce can often be a long and drawn-out process. Two people’s lives that have been fused together are now being separated, which means several aspects of life have to be figured out. Couples beginning or working through the divorce process in Georgia can seek the guidance of a family lawyer, who can help them through the process.

During a divorce, it is crucial that one gains an understanding of their individual and shared assets and accounts. Having copies of important records, such as tax history and medical records, can also be useful as one works through property division and transitions into single life. Furthermore, closing joint accounts is an important step as finances move from being shared to separate.

For those couples with children, determining which child custody arrangement is going to best meet their needs is another step in this process. Monitoring children’s behavior can give parents a better idea of how they are handling this major life change. While a child may say that he or she is fine, kids do not always say how they feel. They are experiencing a myriad of emotions and this may affect their behavior or their personality for some time. Giving them the opportunity to be open in a safe and loving manner can give them that sense of comfort to share what they are thinking.

There are various things to remember and consider when working through the divorce process. Family lawyers have experience handling many unique divorces and can provide assistance to those beginning this process in Georgia. With their guidance, determining child custody arrangements and working through property division can go smoothly and with minimal stress. No matter how long the process takes, one should remember that everything will eventually be all worked out.

Source:, “Headed for Divorce? 11 Pro Tips You Need to Follow”, Julie Peirano, April 18, 2017


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