It is no surprise to the people of Marietta that Georgia does not allow for same-sex marriage. That does not mean, however, that there are not many Georgia couples who have traveled outside of the state or the country in order to get married. For those same-sex couples who were wed in states allowing for
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When many of us in Marietta think about divorce, we think of a failing marriage in which both the husband and wife are unhappy. Maybe someone cheated, which was surprising, but after it came to light both parties wanted the divorce. While these kinds of mutual divorce are incredibly common, they are not the only
Many people in Atlanta are seeing more and more baby boomers going through divorces. The number of people over the age of 50 getting divorced has increased tremendously, jumping from one in 10 in 1990 to one in four in 2009. While later-in-life divorces can bring up a whole host of family law issues that
When a family court judge in Atlanta creates a custody agreement, it is expected that both the mother and father abide by it. While we have taken the time to discuss fathers’ rights in this blog and that sometimes women receive better child custody decisions, judges rarely award either parent full custody of the children.
Facebook is no longer for college students and high schoolers; there are an increasing number of people across Georgia who are logging on and finding friends they haven’t talked to in years. But, Facebook allows for more than just that, it allows for people to connect with people they used to date or people to