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Make child support payments or else, warn Georgia state workers

Georgia law enforcement officials are sending a clear message to the state's divorced parents: pay your child support payments or expect trouble. State workers declared 2011 the year they will crack down on child support payment dodgers, and enforcement officials have shown that they mean business.

More tips for protecting your business in the event of divorce

In our last post, we discussed placing some of your business interests in a trust for the benefit of your children as one possible tool to allow you to protect your business from losses in the event of a divorce. As we said, this strategy will not only protect your business interest from your spouse, but will also protect those assets from your children's indiscretions and potential future divorces.

Creating a trust to protect your business assets

On this blog, we sometimes discuss ideas people may want to consider in planning for a divorce. Divorce planning is particularly important for business owners who stand to lose a lot of money in a divorce. This post suggests that gifting some of your business interests to your children in a trust may be an excellent tool to accomplish several goals at the same time.

Child custody evaluator removed from case over Facebook images

A 41-year-old Beverly Hills psychiatrist who provides professional advice to family courts in child custody disputes, was recently removed from a case after one of his clients found lewd pictures online connected to Facebook account and other websites.

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