As much as you may have wanted to settle your divorce out of court, you find yourself facing litigation. Perhaps certain issues were too important for you to compromise, or your spouse may be digging in and refusing to cooperate. Whatever the reason, you may feel intimidated by the process — and with good cause.
Many Georgia residents who have complex issues to figure out in their divorce proceedings may feel that they have to go to court to achieve resolution and marriage dissolution. That is not actually true. Even complex divorce cases can benefit from mediation. What is mediation? Why should I consider it? Can it really work with
Every marriage has its complexities, and yours is no exception. Unfortunately, what makes your marriage complex is the control your spouse has over you. If you are the victim of physical or emotional abuse from your spouse, you may also be the victim of financial abuse. Many spouses are not aware of the control their
While many in Georgia who marry hope their bonds will last a lifetime, some believe it is more realistic to assume the marriage will end in divorce. After all, for decades couples have heard the discouraging statistics that half or more of all marriages do not survive. This number may be grossly exaggerated, and more
Raising children takes a lot of work under the best of circumstances. Each phase of their lives provides new challenges for parents. During the good times of your marriage, you had each other to lean on when times got tough. Now that your relationship has deteriorated and you are contemplating divorce, you wonder whether you