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Can I Modify Child Support If My Financial Circumstances Change?

By Buckhead Family Law |

In Georgia, child support orders may be modified upon a showing of a substantial change in either parent’s income or financial status, or upon a material showing in the needs of the child(ren). O.C.G.A. §19-6-15(k)(1). A substantial change in income or financial circumstances could include the loss of a job, decrease in income, increase… Read More »

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Divorce For Georgia Seniors Or “Gray Divorces”

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Statistics from the Pew Research Center show that while the overall divorce rate has declined over the past 20 years, it has almost doubled for the segment of the population over age 50 in the past three decades. Many of the reasons that a couple over the age of 50 might seek a divorce are… Read More »

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What Is Georgia’s Putative Father Registry?

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When a child is born in wedlock, both the mother and the father are listed on the birth certificate as a matter of course. If a child’s parents are not married, and the father is not present to witness the birth and sign the relevant papers, they may later add themselves to the Putative… Read More »

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Arbitration In Divorce and Family Law Matters

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Arbitration is one of several alternative dispute resolution processes that can be used to resolve a divorce or other family law matter in Georgia.  It is often used when parties have reached an impasse in their divorce or family law matter and wish to resolve the issues without going to court.  Arbitration is similar… Read More »

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Imputing Income In Georgia Child Support Cases

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When child support is at issue during a Georgia divorce, a court will investigate all of the evidence it can find in order to ensure that it is acting in the best interests of the child or children involved. One of the factors in the court’s determination will be the income level of both… Read More »

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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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“Equitable Caregivers” Under Georgia’s New Law

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In July 2019, a new law took effect in Georgia which grants certain third parties the ability to seek visitation (and in some cases, custodial) rights to children they have helped to raise. The projected outcome of the bill’s passage was uncertain, with many worrying that the new law extended rights too far and… Read More »

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