The Georgia Family Law Blog features news and thoughts on Family Law Issues in Georgia such as Divorce, Collaborative Divorce, Alimony and Spousal Support, Child Support, Child Custody, Visitation, Property Division, Adoption, Paternity, Legitimation, Grandparent’s and Third Party Custody and Visitation Rights, Family Violence Protective Orders, Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements and More. The authors of this blog is Stephen M. Worrall, Marietta and Atlanta Divorce and Family Law Attorney.
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The following article is by Janet Langjahr of the Florida Divorce Law Blog: In lengthier marriages where one partner has been a stay-at-home spouse and parent for most of the marriage, the homebound spouse often asks: should I look to...The following article is by Janet Langjahr of the Florida...
The Fulton County Daily Report has today reported that a judge has unsealed most of the files in the divorce case of House Speaker Glenn Richardson and his ex-wife, Susan. The day the divorce case was filed in February, Paulding...The Fulton County Daily Report has today reported that a judge has...
Ashley Davis Bush, LCSW, has published a great article on the importance of not badmouthing your ex. Yes, maybe he is a jerk. I know, she may makes Cruella de Vil look sweet. If you have children together, they will...Ashley Davis Bush, LCSW, has published a great article on the importance of not...
The following article, written by Edward Lindsey and Chuck Spahos, appeared in the AJC this week: Georgia’s judges, law enforcement officers, prosecutors, advocates and criminal justice officials are as committed, well trained and caring as any in the nation, and...The following article, written by...
A new study confirms the well known fact that divorce can be hard on kids in many ways: socially, academically, and emotionally. According to new research published Thursday in the American Sociological Review. children whose parents divorce perform worse in... A new study confirms the well known...
Atlanta Divorce Lawyer & Family Law Attorney Suggests: A Postnuptial Agreement Could Save Your Marriage!
Think “prenuptial agreement” and you think “I love you!”, right? Perhaps not! In my Marietta and Atlanta divorce and family law firm, I find that even though an important legal document like this can protect your bank account and other... Think “prenuptial agreement” and you think “I love you!”,...
Phoenix, Arizona, divorce attorney Scott D Stewart, who writes an Arizona Divorce Attorney Blog, recently published an article on the issues faced by older couples, usually where one or both of the spouses are over 50. He notes that Al...Phoenix, Arizona, divorce attorney Scott D Stewart, who...
Divorce lawyers and family law attorneys have discovered that the early part of the year is often their busiest season. Some couples stay together through the Christmas and New Year holidays only to separate to ring the new year. Others... Divorce lawyers and family law attorneys have discovered...
The following article appeared in AJC.com: On any given day, hundreds of Georgians are in jail for failing to pay child support. Family law attorneys say many of these "deadbeats" are right where they belong. They have been found in...The following article appeared in AJC.com: On any given day,...
Frequently parents of divorce have an agreement, or a court order, to meet at a halfway point for purposes of exchanging their children for visitations. For families following such an arrangement, MeetWays is a neat website. Meetways.com was created to...Frequently parents of divorce have an...