Cobb County Divorce Law Blog

Was your prenuptial agreement too unreasonable?

Many high wage earners go into their marriages with ideas about how they can protect their assets. Usually, prenuptial agreements come up as a way to protect their earnings, retirement and assets. It’s reasonable to use a prenuptial agreement to protect yourself, but...

What happens if you hide assets during divorce?

Hiding assets is a quick way to find yourself in hot water with the court. Judges do not like to hear that someone has been holding back assets or trying to hide their earnings when working on property division during a divorce case. So serious is this that the court...

Received an inheritance? Don’t commingle it

If you receive an inheritance during your marriage, one of the things you don’t want to do is commingle that asset with your marital assets. What that means is that you should place this money into your own private account or keep it separate, so that you aren’t...

Divorcing? Who gets your pets?

Going through a divorce is hard enough, but for some people, divorce also means determine who is going to keep a beloved pet. In many families, a pet is more than just a dog, cat or other animal that shares the space. They’re family members, too. Unfortunately,...

Do you need to modify your custody order?

Parents have to make tough decisions during divorce. They have to decide when they’ll see their children and how to make a custody schedule that is as simple as possible for their kids. Usually, that initial plan is good for a year or two, but it does make sense that...

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