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?
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
1. Should I Hire a Lawyer? Yes. Attorneys specializing in uncontested divorces organize their practice in such a way as to offer the best and fastest legal services at a flat fee. Flat fees are[...]Read More about 5 FAQs on Getting an Uncontested Divorce Without Children in Georgia
Make sure the lawyer you hire is an attorney in good standing with the Georgia Bar. Click on this link and type in the name of the lawyer. https://www.gabar.org/membership/membersearch.cfm One of the best resources[...]Read More about 5 Tips to Choose The Right Uncontested Divorce Lawyer for You
Marriage is the backbone of our civil society. Couples exchange vows in good faith and intend to live an intimate life together, start a family, and join the common enterprise of bringing the next generation[...]Read More about Tips to an Amicable Uncontested Divorce
An uncontested divorce is a divorce in which the parties are in agreement on all issues. This means that they file all the proper signed and notarized paperwork, wait 31 days, and schedule a final[...]Read More about What is an Uncontested Divorce?