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3 Things To Do For Your First Thanksgiving After Divorce

By Buckhead Family Law |

Your divorce or custody battle is over and you let yourself finally take one sigh of relief. You finish exhaling and it suddenly hits you – the Holidays are coming. The attorneys at Buckhead Family Law are here to help you navigate through your first Thanksgiving apart from your ex-spouse. The most important thing… Read More »

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Cryptocurrency And Divorce: Who Gets The Bitcoin?

By Buckhead Family Law |

Cryptocurrencies are exploding in popularity—and value—these days. Unsurprisingly, cryptocurrencies have also started to become a common issue in divorce cases, where one or both parties have invested marital property or funds in such assets. But what can a court do to divide funds held in this fledgling asset class, especially when one of the… Read More »

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Role of a Guardian Ad Litem in Divorce and Custody Matters

By Buckhead Family Law |

If you are getting a divorce in Georgia and custody of children is at issue, you know that things can get contentious along the way. To help smooth this path, sometimes, a court will appoint a Guardian Ad Litem to your case, pursuant to the rules under Georgia Uniform Superior Court Rule 24.9. At… Read More »

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Finding Hidden Assets in Divorce: Taking a Closer Look

By Buckhead Family Law |

It isn’t unusual for people to go through a divorce in Atlanta and wonder about finding hidden assets throughout the process. At Buckhead Family Law, we know there are many ways that people try to disguise their hidden assets from their soon-to-be ex-spouse, and it becomes difficult to determine whether you have any claim… Read More »

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What to Do When Your Child Refuses to Visit Their Other Parent After Divorce

By Buckhead Family Law |

It can be absolutely heartbreaking when your child refuses to visit another parent after a divorce in Georgia. A part of you feels sad for your child, who is obviously going through a flood of emotions they are often not equipped to handle, and a part of you may even feel bad for your… Read More »

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Using A Private Investigator in Divorce: Is It Like the Movies?

By Buckhead Family Law |

We’ve all seen it happen in the movies: a couple is getting a divorce, and one party just knows their spouse is doing something a little unsavory – and they want to get to the bottom of it. To do so, they hire a private investigator who follows their spouse around and gets some… Read More »

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Long-Distance Parenting Plans: 5 Do’s and Don’ts

By Buckhead Family Law |

Long-distance parenting plans can be difficult to create and follow for a number of reasons. Living miles apart makes schooling, activities, family events, and sharing time together extremely difficult. Whether your child switches schools to make it work, or simply goes to live with one parent during the summer, the transition isn’t easy on… Read More »

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Social Media During a Divorce

By Buckhead Family Law |

These days, many people choose to express and shares their lives online through social media. However, during a divorce or family law case, social media can often serve as evidence against the parties when presented in Court. We here at Buckhead Family Law understand that emotions can be high during a divorce, and social… Read More »

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I’ve Been Served With Divorce Papers—What Now?

By Buckhead Family Law |

So, you’ve been served with divorce papers. Whether or not this came as a surprise to you, you are probably wondering what to do next. While we understand that this can be a stressful and overwhelming process, here are a few tips on the first steps to take after being served and the process… Read More »

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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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