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Does it Matter Who Files for Divorce First?

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A question, which is often asked by clients, is does it matter who files for divorce first? The answer, like most in the law, is it depends. The significance of filing first is dependent on the facts of each case. In some circumstances, it may be beneficial to file first while in others, waiting… Read More »

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Is My Spouse Hiding Assets?

By Buckhead Family Law |

When going through a divorce, it can be difficult to get a correct accounting of the martial estate. Additionally, spouses often hide assets, making the process more difficult. You have the right to a full and fair accounting of your marital estate, and a dedicated divorce attorney can help you through this process. Property… Read More »

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3 Tips for Moving Your Life Forward After Divorce

By Buckhead Family Law |

Rebuilding your life after a divorce might seem impossible as you are adjusting to your new lifestyle, but it is in fact doable. Feeling normal again after a divorce will not be instant, but there are several ways to start moving forward and reinventing your life, as well as your children’s lives. If you… Read More »

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Child Custody, Family Violence, And Divorce

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In the past decade and a half, the Georgia Commission on Family Violence (GCFV) estimates that over 2,000 Georgians have lost their lives due to domestic violence. Some of those fatalities occurred under the threat of or during a divorce. Unfortunately, the threat of losing one’s spouse sets off many abusers, and too many… Read More »

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Misunderstandings About Georgia Divorce

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Going through a divorce is never easy, but sometimes it can be even more difficult if you have received the wrong information about how proceedings actually go. Ensuring that you have been able to bust myths about your divorce and asset division can help you keep your expectations appropriate, and if you have questions,… Read More »

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Are Military Divorces Different than Civilian Divorces in Georgia?

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Military couples face some unique challenges. Beyond the standard pressures that come with any relationship, the lifestyle can be hard on some couples. According to data cited by Military.com, approximately 21,000 military couples get divorced each year. In many ways, a divorce involving a member of the armed forces is similar to any ordinary… Read More »

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Is My Business Divisible During My Divorce?

By Buckhead Family Law |

Georgia is one of the majority of states that use the equitable distribution model to divide marital assets during divorce proceedings, meaning that everything must be valued, and then divided as close to equally as the court finds appropriate. This includes family businesses or practices, such as a medical or dental office. While it… Read More »

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Divorce & Absent Spouses

By Buckhead Family Law |

Normally, getting a divorce is a fairly normal process. However, when your spouse cannot be found, it can complicate matters, and many people wonder if it will stop a divorce entirely. The answer is no, but it can sometimes cause delays, especially in matters of child custody and support. If you are in this… Read More »

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Gray Divorce In Georgia

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In recent years, divorce statistics have shown two phenomena that until now was decidedly unusual – a lower rate among younger couples (under the age of 30), and a markedly higher rate of divorce among couples aged 50 and over. The latter is referred to by statisticians as ‘gray divorce,’ and it is becoming… Read More »

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Social Media Mistakes During Georgia Divorce

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During a Georgia divorce, it is very human to want to let off steam. However, doing so on social media can be a very real mistake – in recent years, social media evidence has begun to be used in more and more divorce cases to affect issues like child custody, alimony and asset division…. Read More »

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