When couples who have remained married for years and who are over the age of 50 decide to divorce, the situation may be referred to as a gray divorce. In a legal sense, a gray divorce is essentially the same as any other marital dissolution. The same laws apply...
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What qualifies as a high-asset divorce?
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Mar 2, 2023 | Divorce
When it comes to someone's financial circumstances, individuals are often prone to exaggeration. People will try to present themselves as more successful or wealthy than they actually are. However, people can also take the opposite approach to certain financial...
Can you share custody of a dog after your Georgia divorce?
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Feb 21, 2023 | Divorce
You may not agree with your spouse about much anymore, but both of you have one thing in common still. You agree that your rescued beagle mix is the best dog who has ever lived. You can still bond over your love of the animal you share. For better and for worse, that...
Good reasons to contest a divorce
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Jan 12, 2023 | Divorce
These days, there’s a lot of emphasis put on cooperation between divorcing spouses and couples often feel a strong push to simply come to some agreement about the division of property, issues of support and anything else that’s important and just get on with their...
How divorce may affect your tax filing in 2023
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Jan 5, 2023 | Divorce
Filing for divorce means initiating the process of ending your marriage. Once a judge signs your paperwork and finalizes your divorce, you can finalize the division of your property and settle into a co-parenting schedule if you have children. However, there may still...
Do you have the grounds to get a divorce in Georgia?
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Aug 9, 2022 | Divorce
Many years ago, there was a requirement that you had to prove that you were harmed by your spouse in some way, such as through cheating or mistreatment, to get a divorce. Today, divorces are much easier to come by, because proving fault is no longer a necessity....
Can grandparents seek protective orders for their grandchildren?
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Jun 13, 2022 | Divorce
Sometimes, divorces are volatile. Both parties may get into physical fights with one another, or one may be physically, emotionally or financially abusive. When children are caught up in a divorce in a situation where there is domestic violence, it can be dangerous...
Was your prenuptial agreement too unreasonable?
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | May 9, 2022 | Divorce
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...
Do you have to divide your inheritance when you divorce?
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Apr 5, 2022 | Divorce
If you have decided to divorce your spouse but have an inheritance that you’ve been saving, it’s a good idea to learn the laws that could affect it. Usually, inheritances are not assets that are divided upon divorce, but in some cases, your inheritance could be at...
What happens if you hide assets during divorce?
On Behalf of Hill Macdonald, LLC | Jan 31, 2022 | 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...
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