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Month: August 2018

The financial aspects of a divorce are many and can be complicated. Those considering a divorce in Georgia may benefit by becoming familiar with some of the more precarious financial pitfalls. The first thing to be aware of is that Georgia is an equitable...

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When a couple decides to divorce in Georgia, the impact of that decision may have a long-term effect on others, particularly if there are children involved. While parents may lose sight of this during a contentious divorce battle, the ramifications on their...

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When a divorce involves minor children in Georgia, there are many factors to be considered. Not least among these is a child support agreement. Regardless of how parents feel about each other, they typically share a concern for the well-being of their children. While...

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Divorce can have a negative impact on a couple's financial situation in Georgia. Many times the impact on a woman is greater than it is on a man. A recent study at a noted college found that divorcing women may be better off than previously believed. The key...

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