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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

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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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Coping with the Emotional Stages of Divorce

By Buckhead Family Law |

While it may seem out of turn or inappropriate to compare the emotional stages of divorce to the emotional stages of death, they often appear remarkably similar for many people. In some very real ways, dealing with grief and divorce is an emotional loss, a lot like dealing with death. After all, it is… Read More »

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8 Key Factors to Consider When Seeking Alimony in Georgia

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It’s no secret that when a marriage falls apart, the financial ramifications of this “parting of the ways” races through both parties’ minds. Everything from who makes more money to alimony to child support comes in to play. Thus, when considering alimony in Georgia, there are eight key factors that must considered in order to determine… Read More »

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Divorce and Taxes

By Buckhead Family Law |

Divorce and taxes aren’t quite as bad as “death and taxes,” though it certainly may feel that way as you navigate the divorce process. If you are going through a divorce, you need to think about the tax implications that you may soon be facing. While some individuals may try to sift through the… Read More »

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How is Child Support Calculated in Georgia in 50/50 Custody Arrangements?

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Under Georgia’s statutory child support guidelines, the “noncustodial parent”—the party with less than 50% of the parenting time—is typically expected to pay child support to the “custodial parent”—the party with more than 50% of the parenting time. But what happens when the parents enter into a shared custody arrangement where the child spends an… Read More »

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