Many children in Georgia grow up in families where their parents are no longer together. However, this does not necessarily mean they receive any less care or support. Often, parents still want to be a part of their child’s life even if they are no longer on good terms with their other partner. Child custody
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It is tough enough to go through a divorce when you have few assets to divide one can only imagine what is required when there are a great many assets to be divided. Normally properties owned by either person before the marriage stay with that person. In Georgia nearly everything acquired during the marriage is
Anyone who has been through a divorce knows that life does not always move in a straight line. Sometimes there are bumps in the road, and things can change faster than you may think possible, leaving you in a strange place with few options moving forward. No matter how hard you try, you cannot predict
Abortion is a very controversial topic in our society. The debate usually centers around to what extent the involved individuals get to choose: does the unborn child not have the right to choose whether it lives or not, and does the expectant mother not have the right to choose what happens in her own body.
Like every state, Georgia takes child support very seriously, including determining who must pay child support, how much they must pay and most importantly, ensuring that the owed child support is paid. This is important because child support is often a very hotly contested issue, with both sides lobbying about the numbers. Those who are