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Month: September 2018

The year is rapidly drawing to a close, and as it ends, so does a tax deduction that has been used in divorce settlements. Spousal support is an amount granted to the lower-earning partner in a divorce settlement in Georgia. Until Jan. 1, 2019, that amount is tax...

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Deciding to end a marriage is seldom easy and is not usually taken lightly in Georgia. There are many aspects to consider when divorce proceedings are entered into. Property division can be complicated at any level but becomes particularly onerous for very wealthy...

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In the 1950s society's definition of a family centered around mom, dad and the children. As time has passed, composition of the family structure in Georgia has changed. Single parent families, extended families, grandparents raising children and same-sex families have...

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Making the decision to adopt can be the beginning of an exciting adventure. Deciding to go on that adventure through the Georgia foster care system can widen the adventure and may include siblings in the story. That is what happened in a recent adoption in...

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Much is being said about the baby boomer generation in Georgia these days. They're reaching retirement age in large numbers. They are also contributing to a phenomenon becoming known as gray divorce. This is the trend of older couples to divorce. While divorce among...

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