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June 2014 Archives

Father's Day arrest warrants issued to delinquent parents

As any parent in Georgia knows, the cost of raising a child is extremely high. With their constant need for new clothes, school equipment, days out and medical expenses, to name but a few things, the bills soon add up. Because of this, the child support system aims to ensure that children receive the financial support they deserve from each of their parents. However, all too often, child support goes unpaid and this can be of serious detriment to a child's quality of life.

Could same-sex marriage be legalized in Georgia?

One important role that divorce serves is that it can allow married couples to split from one another with a fair division of assets. Such fair splits can help former spouses adjust financially to no longer being together. Some people may take divorce for granted, but there is a large demographic that can't take advantage of marriage laws in many states, including Georgia. However, it seems that this may not be the case forever.

Higher-assets mean higher stakes in divorces

Divorce isn’t easy for anyone. From asset division to custody disputes, every divorce has something worth fighting for, and in some cases, the divorcing parties will fight bitterly to retain what they think is rightfully theirs. When couples with above average assets divorce, the heightened stakes of the marital asset division can often make each day in court seem more important. Due to the significantly larger amount of property, high-asset divorces are often much more complex than divorces with average assets.

Children benefit from having parents on amicable terms

Just because one parent is given sole custody of a child doesn’t mean that the non-custodial parent is completely removed from the child’s life. In fact, it’s almost always better for a child to have both parents actively and frequently involved, regardless of who is the custodial parent. A Huffington Post blog recently discussed the value of having two parents amicably involved in their child’s life, and the benefits this relationship can have.

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