Is my ex still obligated to pay alimony during bankruptcy?
- posted: Nov. 14, 2019
Getting divorced may cause more of an impact on your finances than in any other area of your life. For one, you and your spouse will most likely be required Read More
Making children’s transition between co-parents’ homes easier
- posted: Oct. 28, 2019
When it comes time to make the transition between parents in Georgia, children may feel upset saying goodbye to the parent they are leaving, even though they may be happy Read More
Can a support order be modified shortly after being made?
- posted: Sep. 27, 2019
Sometimes unexpected circumstances like an illness or a job termination can dramatically upend your life. Parents who are providing child support may find it difficult to continue support payments under Read More
Is divorce more expensive for one spouse than the other?
- posted: Sep. 20, 2019
Divorce is an expensive process. There are legal fees, splitting assets, retirement funds, alimony payments, child support and more. Divorce isn’t always fair, either. The spouse that makes more money should Read More
Personal property that should be listed in divorce
- posted: Aug. 20, 2019
It is easy to miss a few personal items while documenting your possessions for an upcoming divorce. Georgia couples who own high valued assets may be so focused on a Read More
Grey divorce has a larger financial impact on women
- posted: Jul. 24, 2019
Couples over 50 years old are the largest demographic currently getting divorced, and it continues to increase. The so-called “grey divorce” phenomena can result from changing priorities, a second marriage Read More
What to know if you want to sell assets before a divorce
- posted: Jun. 13, 2019
Divorce can be an expensive process where both spouses could lose a lot of money in the process. As you start looking through your property around the house, you may Read More