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Georgia Divorce and Retirement Benefits

Retirement Benefits Dividing retirement benefits in a Georgia divorce can be complicated. There are many different types of retirement accounts, including an Individual Retirement Account (IRA), 401(k), pension, Thrift Savings Plan (TSP), 403(b), and annuities. Each type of retirement... Read More

The Best Time to File for Divorce in Georgia

We get this question all the time. The answer is January 14. No, just kidding! Divorce can be extremely difficult and taxing—both emotionally and financially. There is no “best” time to file for divorce, but the circumstances at the... Read More

Recent Client Success Stories

Special Needs Trust and Georgia Divorce We recently had a case that went all the way to the Georgia Supreme Court. It was a divorce where the spouses had substantial assets and had been married more than 20 years.... Read More

Top 5 Divorce Myths

Georgia Divorce Myths There are many misconceptions when it comes to divorce, child support, child custody, alimony, and the fair division of property and debts. These common divorce myths usually stem from a lack of accurate information or an abundance of misinformation.... Read More

How to Win Your Child Custody Case

It’s hard not to get emotional when it comes to your kids. You want what’s best for them, and you might have strong ideas about what that means. But if you’re involved in a Marietta child custody case, you’ll... Read More

FAQs about Uncontested Divorce in Georgia

In any divorce, it can be tricky splitting up assets, dividing debt, and finding a custody arrangement that works best for the kids. Even when couples enter divorce proceedings with the best intentions to move quickly and not argue... Read More

Child Custody and a Move: How to Do it Right

One of the hardest tasks for a divorcing couple with children is creating a parenting plan that works best for the kids. You and your child custody attorneys have to think of and account for every detail, creating a... Read More

10 Things to Do Before You File for Divorce

Ten things to do before you file for divorce The Georgia divorce attorneys at Bivek Brubaker & Prescott LLC have handled divorces all over the state for more than a decade. We’ve seen just about every scenario you can think of – including a husband who insisted he... Read More

Tips on Getting Divorced from Your Abusive Spouse

Some of the most challenging and sensitive divorces are those involving physical or emotional abuse. At Bivek Brubaker & Prescott, we’ve helped victims of emotional and physical abuse as they’ve gone through divorces involving narcissistic personality disorder. When you... Read More

Divorce and Child Custody: Understanding Child Custody During a Georgia Divorce

When dealing with a Marietta divorce involving a child custody dispute, our clients often ask us: “What do I have to do to get full custody of my son or daughter?” We use these opportunities to educate our clients... Read More