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Work-Related Childcare Expenses

What is included in Work-Related Childcare Work-Related childcare expenses are the other mandatory deviation that will be added to your Child Support Worksheet. In some cases, the deviation can include more than just childcare expenses related to work. According... Read More

Gathering Information 

When do I need to start gathering information? Before your case even begins it is important to go ahead and start collecting information. Financial information will be a topic of discussion in your consultation and it would be helpful... Read More

Uncontested v. Contested Divorce 

Uncontested Divorce Uncontested Divorces mean that before a case is started the parties have agreed on major aspects of the marital asset division. Those topics of agreement are the marital home, bank and savings accounts, debts, and split of... Read More

Should I bring anything to my consultation?

A very common question that we get asked when setting up a consultation is “What should I bring?” There are many answers to this question depending on what your situation looks like. However, whether your case is a Divorce,... Read More

Settlement Agreements

What is a Settlement Agreement? The Settlement Agreement will be a lengthy pleading outlining all the details of the divorce settlement. The issues such as alimony, marital assets, child support, taxes, and the parenting plan will all be addressed.... Read More

Requests for Admission

Request for Admissions asks for the opposing party to make factual admissions on a set of statements. A party may serve Request for Admissions, “…after commencement of the action and upon any other party with or after service of... Read More

Request for Production

Request for Production allows the opposing party to gather evidence by requesting documentation. According to Georgia law, request for production allows a party: (1) To produce and permit the party making the request, or someone acting on his behalf,... Read More

Relocation in Georgia

Relocation during the Divorce Process When your divorce case is initiated a Domestic Standing Order will be put in place. This Standing Order will not allow either party to relocate with the children without consent from the Court. To... Read More

Pets and Divorce

While many people consider pets to be a part of their family, during the divorce process they are considered property. If the pet was acquired during the marriage, then it is considered marital and if the pet is acquired... Read More

Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation is a term that is brought up countless times when going through a divorce, child custody case, Modification, or Legitimation. In 1985, Dr. Richard Garner, a Psychologist, introduced Parental Alienation Syndrome which, “is a distinctive family response... Read More

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