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October 2014 Archives

Coming to terms with an ex-spouse over child custody agreement

Once a marriage has ended, the most important discussion between the two parties most likely concerns their children. Unfortunately, it is often difficult to settle on a child custody agreement without the input of either the family court or another experienced party. There may be many Georgia families struggling to resolve this matter right now.

What should parents in Georgia know about child custody cases?

Figuring out child custody can be either be really easy for divorcing couples or really difficult. Every familial situation is different, and as such, individualized child custody arrangements need to be made. There are a few options for custody arrangements in Georgia, including sole and joint custody. However, each can written to accommodate the needs of the children and parents.

The great alimony reform debate -- a neccessity or a handout?

Back when divorce was uncommon, judges would grant them only in cases of broken marriage vows through infidelity or similar circumstances. Judges often used the awarding of alimony as a form of public chastisement. Now, in the era of the no-fault dissolution, there are many who question the wisdom of court-ordered spousal support. There are likely many Georgia residents who either make or receive these monies.

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