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Modifying A Georgia Divorce

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Contrary to the beliefs of a lot of people, divorce decrees are never set in stone. If the right procedures are followed, it is very possible to make modifications to your divorce agreement if a situation has changed enough to warrant it. The most common reasons to modify a divorce decree involve either alimony… Read More »

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ADULT GUARDIANSHIPS & CONSERVATORSHIPS

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There are certain circumstances where an adult may need assistance managing his or her own affairs. If this is the case, one option is to seek an adult guardianship or conservatorship. There are three main circumstances where an adult may need a guardian to assist in managing his or her own affairs. One circumstance… Read More »

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Filing A QDRO During A Georgia Divorce

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During a divorce, property division is one of the most hotly debated points of concern. However, certain assets cannot be divided simply by agreement. Instruments like retirement plans must be dealt with by filing a document called a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) with the appropriate people, but it is very easy to make… Read More »

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Is Alimony Possible In My Georgia Divorce?

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Historically, when two people got divorced, it was common or even customary for one spouse (usually the wife) to receive alimony from the other. However, there are numerous societal evolutions that have started to make that far less normal than it once was. If you are about to file for divorce, it is important… Read More »

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