It is a problem across DeKalb County, across Georgia and across the country: parents not paying the child support ordered by the court. Whether it is because the noncustodial parent is bitter that his or her ex is getting child support or because the noncustodial parent doesn’t have the money, when a custodial parent doesn’t
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Oftentimes, divorce can be a tricky concept to explain to young children. Just ask the bright minds at “Sesame Street,” who have made a living off of teaching children valuable, and sometimes difficult, life lessons. Even those skilled researchers, producers and writers have grappled with the means to explain the concept of divorce to children.
It sounds like something out a dystopian novel, but a judge has recently ordered that a father may not have any more children until he can demonstrate that he can financially afford them. While the child support laws in Georgia are designed to protect single parents and children from poverty, some may see this use
Divorce has a way of reaching into every part of your life, whether it is social, financial or emotional. There are a few simple tips, however, that can prevent you from experiencing significant money problems after a breakup. And, anyone who has lost a considerable amount in a Marietta divorce in knows that avoiding financial
Like any Atlanta resident, when Usher and his wife divorced in 2009, the couple needed to determine what they were going to do with the marital property. As Georgia requires that any property acquired during the course of a marriage to be divided equitably among divorcing spouses, divorce settlements can get tricky as husbands and