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What is a Forensic CPA and How Can They Help With My Divorce?

By Buckhead Family Law |

A forensic certified public account (CPA) is an accountant with specialized  accounting, investigative and audit skills who is retained in a divorce matter to analyze information and then present expert testimony regarding that information in court, if necessary. Do you believe your spouse’s income or earning potential is greater than what he or she… Read More »

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The Tech Savvy Single Parent: Best Apps on the Market to Help with Divorce and Custody

By Buckhead Family Law |

Technology has improved so many fundamental aspects of our lives, and now, it also serves as a support tool for those navigating divorce and custody in Atlanta. How you ask? In recent years, our tech development teams have created some of the absolute best divorce and custody apps to help divorced parents find their… Read More »

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Can My 401(k), Retirement Accounts and Pension Be Divided by the Court in My Divorce?

By Buckhead Family Law |

Many people have strong feelings about their retirement benefits. They may have worked for a company for many years before earning a pension or relied on their employer’s contribution to help fund their 401(k), which may make them feel very possessive of these funds. While you may think that because your retirement account only… Read More »

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Tips for How to Talk to Kids About Divorce

By Buckhead Family Law |

One of the most heartbreaking conversations we deal with at Buckhead Family Law is the one regarding how to talk to your child about divorce. Unfortunately, there isn’t a one size fits all guide regarding this type of conversation. The course of this conversation will depend on so many different aspects of your life… Read More »

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Leaving Your Spouse Before Divorce: How to Avoid Desertion of Marriage Accusations in Georgia?

By Buckhead Family Law |

If you are planning to leave your spouse prior to filing for divorce in Georgia, you may be concerned about the potential implications of “desertion of marriage.” In fact, some Georgians choose to remain in the marital home even after initiating divorce out of fear of losing their interest in the property or because… Read More »

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Can You Modify Your Georgia Alimony Agreement During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

By Buckhead Family Law |

The coronavirus pandemic has had a drastic economic impact, triggering a surge in unemployment filings in Georgia and all across the nation. Many of those who file a claim for unemployment benefits are divorced individuals who are paying or receiving alimony. Many divorced Georgians are asking the following questions during these times of uncertainty:… 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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Filing A QDRO During A Georgia Divorce

By Buckhead Family Law |

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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Family Violence In Georgia

By Buckhead Family Law |

No one should ever have to deal with family violence, but the rate of occurrence is far too high. The Georgia Commission on Family Violence estimates nearly 62,000 family violence incidents were actually reported to police in 2017. If you are in a situation where you are experiencing family violence, divorce or other protective… Read More »

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Does it Matter Who Files for Divorce First?

By Buckhead Family Law |

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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