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Child Custody in Georgia

Child Custody in Georgia

Child custody will be a major issue if you are in the process of going through a divorce. Divorce proceedings can become overwhelming, especially when there are minor children involved, as a divorce can have a tremendous emotional impact on children. Similar to other...
Child Custody Modification Basics

Child Custody Modification Basics

Facing a child custody modification issue? Now is not the time to sit on your rights and gamble away your child’s life. Now is the time to take an action that will serve the “best interest” of your child. “Best Interest of Child” Standard is the common standard used...
Uncontested Divorce in Georgia

Uncontested Divorce in Georgia

Thinking of getting an uncontested divorce, and not sure how to proceed further?  Uncontested divorce may be a suitable option for you, but it may also not be an option at all. What is an Uncontested Divorce? If you think uncontested divorce may be suitable route for...
FAQs: Divorce in Georgia

FAQs: Divorce in Georgia

Do I have to live in Georgia to file for a divorce in Georgia? Yes. At least one of the parties (spouses) must live in Georgia for at least six (6) months to file for divorce in Georgia. What if my spouse does not want a divorce? This does not matter. If one party...
Tax Refunds and Bankruptcy

Tax Refunds and Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy and taxes can be a difficult subject and it can have some serious consequences. One of the most commonly asked question is what will happen to my tax refund if I file for bankruptcy? There is no straight answer to that question, what happens to your tax...
What is Bankruptcy Fraud?

What is Bankruptcy Fraud?

If a person finds themselves in a state of having more debt than they can manage, it is possible they will file for bankruptcy. The moment bankruptcy is filed any requests from creditors will be halted while the process is ongoing. They cannot try to sue you or take...