Monthly Archives: January 2023
Reasons A Court May Change Or Modify Custody
When a divorce is finalized where the parties have minor children, child custody is decided as well. There are many different parenting time arrangements that can be uniquely tailored to meet the best interests of the children. The children may live full time with one parent, or the parents may share custody, either splitting… Read More »
When 50/50 Custody Works And Doesn’t Work
Custody arrangements for the kids are one of the most contentious parts of any divorce. If you’re going through a high-asset divorce, then, on top of dividing the marital finances, you also need to make sure that both parents share time with the children in a manner that works best for everyone involved. Although… Read More »
Intellectual Property In A Divorce – Who Owns It?
Splitting up assets in a complex financial divorce includes considering everything owed by each spouse, including intellectual property. Who owns this kind of property? Which spouse ends up keeping the rights to it? Do both end up getting some of the profits brought about by the intellectual property? At Buckhead Family Law, we know… Read More »