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Month: July 2020

Making joint custody work

After divorce, couples in Georgia and the rest of the U.S. might find it difficult to develop a peaceful shared custody agreement. However, there are several ways that divorced parents can make joint child custody work for all parties involved. When parents have been...

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Relevant documents in a divorce

Georgia is an equitable distribution state, which means that if a judge is required to make a decision on how marital property will be split, the judge must divide the property "fairly." Divorcing spouses can also reach a settlement on their own regarding the division...

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