Can grandparents, aunts and uncles and even unrelated third parties pay your child support? In Georgia, the answer is yes. For a free uncontested divorce consultation contact The Hughes Law Office at 770-933-0780 or LMHLAW@GMAIL.COM.[...]Read More about Do payments of child support by third parties relieve the NCP’s child support obligations?
(Division of the Property in Georgia upon divorce comprises three main topics: Division of Personal Property, Division of Real Property and Alimony(Spousal Support). In this Blog #14 we explore Alimony. What is Alimony in Georgia?[...]Read More about Alimonyin a Georgia Uncontested Divorce
Division of Property comprises three main subjects in divorce: Division of Personal Property, Division of Real Property and Alimony. In this Blog, we discuss the division of real property. Real property includes all real estate,[...]Read More about Dividing real property upon Divorce in Georgia
(Division of the Property comprises a troika of subjects in Divorce: Division of Personal Property, Division of Real Property and Alimony, which are the subject of a separate Blogs #12, #13 and #14) Couples seeking[...]Read More about Dividing Personal Property in a Georgia Uncontested Divorce
Georgia is an equitable distribution state, meaning generally that all debt acquired by either spouse during the marriage is defined as marital debt and is to be divided fairly. There is no “his” or “her”[...]Read More about How is Marital Debt Divided in a Divorce in Georgia?
In an uncontested divorce in Georgia, the Settlement Agreement is the document that sets out what the spouses have agreed to and is usually filed contemporaneously with the Complaint, Acknowledgement of Service, Consent to Try[...]Read More about Divorce Settlement Agreement
Since an uncontested divorce means that the spouses are in agreement on all issues that arise in a divorce, mediation plays no role in a typical uncontested divorce in Georgia. However, there are many circumstances[...]Read More about Is mediation useful for an uncontested divorce?
Can child support be zero if there is joint physical custody? Child support in Georgia is determined by using an online calculator that takes into account the monthly gross income of each parent, income adjustments,[...]Read More about 5 FAQS about Child Support in Georgia
Courts in Georgia have now adopted E-Filing “to improve the overall customer experience through enhanced technology and an elevated level of efficiency.” For example, many courts have partnered with PeachCourt, a database and case management[...]Read More about GA Online Divorce | E-Filing
1. Can Both Parents be Custodial Parents? No. It seems counter intuitive in cases of joint physical custody or shared custody where the parents spend equal time with the children that one parent must be[...]Read More about 5 Faqs You Should Know About Child Support In Uncontested Divorces