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5 Myths Surrounding Prenuptial Agreements

By Buckhead Family Law |

The words “prenuptial agreement” can trigger feelings of apprehension and anxiousness, as prenups are only used as a safety measure in case of divorce, and who wants to preplan divorce safeguards, right? Wrong! The common misconception that prenups are only used as a safety guard for divorce is one of many myths surrounding prenups…. Read More »

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A New Year with New (Co-Parenting) Resolutions

By Buckhead Family Law |

With the new year comes the opportunity for new year’s resolutions and as a divorced or separated parent, a great time to evaluate the good and bad of your co-parenting arrangements. At Buckhead Family Law we know that some of you may have a great co-parenting system, while others may face a more challenging… Read More »

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Top Ten Benefits of Divorce – There Really Are Some!

By Buckhead Family Law |

Divorce can be a truly be a nightmare, but could it be that there are actually benefits to getting a divorce? The answer is…yes! At Buckhead Family Law, we know that while everyone will have a different experience before, during, and after their divorce, there are some common benefits that many divorcees enjoy. After… Read More »

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Is January Really “Divorce Month”?

By Buckhead Family Law |

For many years, January has had a bit of a reputation for being “divorce month” for some people. At Buckhead Family Law, we know there are some merits to that label, as January is the month where a higher percentage of people do indeed file for divorce. If you are looking to file for… Read More »

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Important Issues in High Asset Divorces in Georgia

By Buckhead Family Law |

Going through a high asset divorce in Georgia is complicated, stressful, and requires diligent and experienced attention to detail. On top of child custody issues, emotional tolls, and the overwhelming urge to move on with your life, at Buckhead Family Law, we understand that the division of assets is a very important aspect of… Read More »

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Tips for Co-Parenting During the Holidays After Divorce

By Buckhead Family Law |

Especially the first time around, co-parenting during the holidays can be an extremely difficult road for some parents to navigate. The holidays mean so much to so many people, and it can be a bit challenging, disappointing, and even sad after going through a divorce in Georgia during the holiday season. The good news… Read More »

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What Is a “No-Fault” Divorce in Georgia?

By Buckhead Family Law |

If you are just embarking upon the taxing journey of seeking a divorce in the state of Georgia, then you may have seen or heard the term “no-fault divorce” thrown around quite a bit. But what does that term actually mean? For those unfamiliar, this is a specific type of divorce, and it also… Read More »

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Strategies for Divorcing a Narcissist

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It’s no secret that divorcing a narcissist is a difficult legal endeavor for a number of reasons – but the biggest reason this situation usually proves taxing is because a narcissist is a manipulative being who can also be highly magnetic, friendly, loving, and successful. They often skillfully twist the situation, so you may… Read More »

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Tips For a Safe and Happy Halloween – 2020

By Buckhead Family Law |

  Halloween celebrations are certainly looking different this year, especially for children. Many beloved fall festivities have been canceled and the CDC has strongly advised against trick-or-treating, leaving many parents unsure of how to provide a safe and fun Halloween for their kids at a time when they need it most. Even though trick-or-treating… Read More »

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Mandatory Georgia Parenting Seminars – Information and Locations

By Buckhead Family Law |

In child custody actions in Georgia, such as a divorce with minor children and child custody modification actions, Georgia Courts require that both parties attend a seminar designed to assist parents in dealing with the effects of divorce and custody proceedings on children. These seminars cover such topics as: The developmental stages of childhood;… Read More »

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