Bivek, Brubaker & Prescott - Marietta family law and divorce attorneys


How To Handle Shared Custody During COVID-19

How To Handle Shared Custody During COVID-19 In early April, Georgia’s governor issued a stay-at-home order for the state. While the order limits people from leaving their homes for most reasons, it doesn’t supersede existing custody orders. That means, at least in situations where the child... Read More

What to Do if You Don’t Receive Child Support During COVID-19

WHAT TO DO IF YOU DON’T RECEIVE CHILD SUPPORT DURING COVID-19 For many Georgians, the COVID-19 pandemic has been a financial disaster. Jobs disappeared overnight as businesses closed or scaled back. And while the federal relief effort will hopefully help people stay afloat through the crisis, many are currently facing... Read More

COVID-19 and How it Impacts Your Case

A gavel on a calendar Dear Clients and Friends, This letter is written to inform you about how the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic impacts your case. The Supreme Court of Georgia has issued an Order Declaring Judicial Emergency. The Superior Courts (where all of your domestic... Read More

Financial Realities of Your Gray Divorce

More aging couples in Georgia and across the country are seeking to divorce. Bivek Brubaker & Prescott LLC encourages you to plan for your gray divorce in Georgia. Plan for Your Gray Divorce The first step in preparing for... Read More

What Happens to the Engagement Ring If the Wedding Is Off?

We had a case recently where an engagement was broken, and the man who had proposed took the engagement ring from the woman’s nightstand and refused to give it back. It was an expensive ring, and my client—the woman—wanted... Read More

How to Get a Temporary Protective Order in Georgia

A temporary protective order (TPO) in Georgia gives you protection from domestic violence situations, including an abusive spouse or partner. Temporary protective orders can offer help in various forms of relief, such as: Order your abusive partner to move... Read More

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

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