Even in a no-fault divorce state like Georgia, evidence is critical in proving adultery. If one spouse can definitively prove that his or her ex
Some high net worth or long-term marriages often end in divorce with one spouse paying another spouse alimony. Alimony is a form of financial support
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People quickly become overwhelmed when filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 in Georgia. They are already financially burdened. The idea of getting debts
Divorce is an already stressful time for couples. Aside from emotional turmoil, divorcing parties must face court dates, judges, and mounting costs.
Getting a prenuptial agreement tends to make some soon-to-be-wedded couples feel anxious. There is a long-held belief that having one in place may