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Can We Get a Legal Separation in Georgia?

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Many couples who are considering ending their marriages may consider a legal separation. In Georgia, however, the courts do not grant legal separations. A separation means that spouses no longer engage in marital relations. A couple can, therefore, be “separated” and still live under the same roof. Before a couple can file for divorce, they […]

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Can I Get an Emergency Child Custody Order?

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As a parent, you want to make sure that your children are safe and secure at all times. Divorce often creates a challenging time for families. The law generally provides both parents with rights and responsibilities, and they often share parenting. However, there may be some instances where you need to get a court order […]

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How Do We Create a Useful Parenting Plan?

Divorce is not always easy, but when couples have young children, the situation can be more complicated. As part of the divorce process, couples must create a parenting plan that becomes part of the divorce order. The parenting plan provides details about the issues regarding the children, such as how and when visitation takes place, […]

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What Can I Do If My Former Spouse Fails to Pay Child Support?

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When parents get divorced, they both continue to be responsible for their children’s well-being. While parents may share parenting responsibilities, the children generally reside primarily with one parent and the other parent provides child support. Child support is typically part of the divorce order and, once in place, it cannot be changed except through the […]

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Do We Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

When you hear the term “prenup,” you may think of celebrities and people who are wealthy. However, a prenuptial agreement can be beneficial for almost everyone who is getting married. A prenup is a legal document that provides details for how a couple’s assets should be divided in a divorce. It can also address other […]

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Can I Refuse a Police Search?

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If you are stopped by the police, you may wonder what rights you have. The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution Bill of Rights protects citizens from unlawful search and seizure. But what exactly does that mean? If the police ask whether they can conduct a search of your property, you have the right to […]

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