In May, we wrote that Charlie Sheen’s divorce from Brooke Mueller had been finalized. Although they were only married for about three years, the couple had a very complicated divorce. The issues of child support, child custody and marital property division needed to be resolved. Although their divorce has been finalized, the issues of child
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Parents going through divorce in Georgia understandably worry about the long-term effects of a divorce on their children. After all, divorce is a very stressful time for everyone who is involved, and it is natural to worry about the effects of stress on your children. Over the years, many studies have focused on the potential
The law in Georgia and across the United States has long been settled on the issue of the right to an attorney when a defendant’s liberty is at stake because of criminal charges. However, there are other legal situations that can jeopardize a person’s liberty. One common situation involves child support contempt and enforcement hearings.
When most parents are getting divorced, their two biggest concerns are their assets and their children. In addition to worrying about how child custody and visitation time will be arranged, many parents also worry about the emotional well-being of their children. In the past, it was assumed that children whose parents divorced would likely struggle.
Many child custody experts in Washington are suggesting that parents view divorce as a time share and an opportunity to enjoy time with their children. Divorce separates families, and that often affects children the most. For parents, a divorce means an opportunity to start new lives. For children, contentious child custody battles can mean dividing