What is the Difference Between Alimony and Spousal Support?

In Georgia, Alimony and Spousal Support are the same. There used to be a difference for income tax purposes, but …

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What Are the Consequences of Filing for Bankruptcy?

The consequences of filing bankruptcy are very limited. It’s illegal to discriminate against people who file bankruptcy, just like it’s …

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How Does Bankruptcy Work: A Legal Perspective

As coronavirus financial relief programs end and banks resume aggressive debt collection tactics, the number of bankruptcy filings are on …

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Can I Get a Modification to a Child Support Order?

When parents get divorced, there are many issues that they have to resolve. The children will generally reside with one …

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Georgia Could Raise The Age At Which A Child Could Be Tried As An Adult

Georgia house members held a special session on January 3, 2020, to consider house Bill 440, which would raise the …

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You Have the Right to Remain Silent

You have the right to remain silent. Everyone has heard this phrase in the movies and on television. However, this …

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Understanding Contested vs Uncontested Divorces

Many people believe that all divorces are adversarial, bitter battles that can take months or years to complete as both …

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Getting Back On Track After a DUI Conviction

DUI (Driving Under the Influence) convictions in the state of Georgia are serious violations. In many cases, the monetary penalties …

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Appointment of a Guardian Ad Litem

If you are considering filing for a divorce, or in the process of divorce In the state of Georgia, one …

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What does a couple whose religious beliefs, culture, or finances prevent them from divorcing do it they are determined to …

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