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What To Expect During The Georgia Divorce Process

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Diving into the divorce process is widely known as stressful, exhausting, and emotionally difficult. By having a good understanding of the divorce process within your state and by working with a qualified divorce attorney, you can lower your stress levels throughout the process.  Here at The Fairell Firm, we regularly update our blog and our […]

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Personal Injuries & Hazard Recognition, Pt. 1

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When you think of personal injuries, perhaps the first thing to come to mind is a car accident or a slip and fall injury. While these are certainly incidents that personal injury firms could help you with, there are many different accidents that could warrant a personal injury claim and compensation. Here at The Fairell […]

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Can Personal Injury Settlements Be Taxed?

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If there’s one thing out there that’s confusing and stressful, it’s taxes. Add a personal injury settlement into the mix, and the confusion could escalate to a whole new level. At our personal injury firm in Atlanta, we’re often asked if personal injury settlements can be taxed. The short answer is that they normally aren’t […]

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Can An Ex Get Spousal Support If They Cheat?

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Spousal support, or alimony, can often be awarded during divorce settlements for a variety of reasons. However, if you and your partner are divorcing because they cheated on you, you will not be required to pay spousal support under Georgia law. We decided to write this blog post after we were asked this question from […]

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