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Georgia residents budgeting during divorce

For Georgia residents going through a divorce, finances can be a major frustration in an already devastating time in the life of a couple. One of the best actions to take during this time would be to make up a budget to keep debts from getting out of hand, or even eliminated altogether. There are ways to save money to help take some of the stress out of divorce.

Possible child support assistance for unemployed Georgians?

Noncustodial parents in Georgia may be interested in learning of a program in another state that will help find unemployed, noncustodial parents a job in order to be able to collect child support. This program also offers help to those who are employed but who are not able to advance beyond where they are. Since it began in 2005, over 15,000 parents have seen the benefits from this child support recovery program. It has also helped in enhancing the local economy.

Georgia child support roles changing?

Georgia parents may be interested to find out it is not uncommon for mothers to pay child support. When one thinks of child support payments, the mind usually wanders to the father. The father has traditionally been looked upon as the one who leaves the family and, even so, is sought for continued financial support.

Georgia residents considering divorce have ways to protect assets

In most divorce cases, whether in Georgia or any other state, there are usually many factors to consider. One of the most daunting factors is that of protecting the assets of one or both parties, especially if those assets are of a considerable amount. There are steps that can be taken before or during a marriage that would ensure asset protection should a divorce be imminent.

In a Georgia divorce the children may take a primary role

A divorce is hard on everyone. From the parties directly involved to the children, there are numerous ways in which a divorce can affect lives of those who are either directly or indirectly involved in the divorce process. However, by understanding how the process goes, the family can take the proper steps to ensure that they proceed through the Georgia legal process with as little damage as possible.

Who gets the frequent flyer miles in a Georgia divorce?

When a marriage ends in divorce, it can feel as if there is an endless list of decisions to be made and tasks to be accomplished. Some issues loom large, such as child custody or property division. Others are relatively minor, and can seem insignificant. However, the net effect of the seemingly minor details can have a significant impact on one's life after divorce, and these matters deserve attention during the Georgia divorce process.

College funding is separate from child support

For many Georgia parents, one of the most important aspects of their divorce process involves determining how their children will be provided for financially. These discussions often center around issues of child support. While child support is the primary means of providing for the needs of a child, there are many other considerations that fall outside of simple child support payments.

Georgia couples may be inspired by Simpson asset division

When a well established couple gets a divorce, there are a number of things that can present complications and heartache for the couple and their family. But not every divorce case has to be lengthy and grueling as one recent celebrity account may demonstrate. Georgia couples with complex assets considering divorce may find that it is, in fact, very possible to reach an amicable and fair asset division.

Tips for navigating child custody agreements

For many Georgia parents, the first year following a divorce can be a challenge. There are a great many adjustments that must be made, and the entire family has to realign their lives to fit the new child custody structure. Co-parenting with a former spouse can be difficult, especially as parents work out the ins and outs of the new child custody arrangement. There are some pointers, however, that can help ease the process for all involved.

Financial errors spouses should avoid in a divorce

When going through a divorce, many spouses begin to feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of decisions that must be made. It can be a stressful time, even with the promise of a new life on the horizon. For many in Georgia, the most important consideration is to approach the divorce process as just that, a process that has a distinct beginning, middle and end. By looking at the experience in this way, it can be easier to avoid common financial errors that can have lasting negative repercussions.

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