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4 ways to fight parental alienation

Couples choose to end marriages for a variety of reasons. If you share children with an ex-spouse, though, you may not be able to walk away completely. Instead, you likely must share parental duties. Even if you and your former partner do not get along, you also may...

Hiding assets may have serious consequences

Divorce can be hard on anyone. After all, if you have decided to end your marriage, you are apt to face a variety of emotions. You also may have uncertainty about your financial future. Fortunately, if you and your spouse have marital property, you are likely to have...

How to divide debts in a divorce

Georgia has one of the highest individual debt rates in the country. The median credit card debt in the state is $2,786, and that does not even include the debt people hold from medical bills and student loans. As a result, when people divorce in Georgia,...

How to divide stocks in a divorce

If you live in Georgia, then you already have a higher chance of divorce. In a recent study, Georgia, along with Kentucky and Alabama, ranked among the highest divorce rates in the country. In a divorce, both spouses' legal teams will look at shared assets to...

Recognizing signs of parental alienation

As someone making your way through a Georgia divorce, you may understand all too well just how much the situation between you and your one-time partner can change. Maybe you simply grew apart, or maybe one of you stepped out on your marriage, but if the relationship...

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