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How To Deal With Joint Custody During The Summer

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Summer time means adventure time. Kids of all ages look forward to summer all year-round. The weather is nice (if not hot and muggy here in Atlanta), the days are long, and best of all school is out! This is the time of year where unforgettable memories are made and lasting relationships are formed. However, […]

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Adoption

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Deciding to have children is a significant step, and there are many ways in which a couple, or a single person, can actually take that step. Adoption is one way to create a family that is perhaps not as often considered. In Georgia, adults can adopt through either a private adoption agency, or through the […]

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What Is A Parenting Plan?

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Under the laws of the State of Georgia, parents who are going through a divorce must draft and enact a comprehensive parenting plan. This is true if one parent has sole custody, or if parents are sharing joint custody. Helpful reading: Tips For Parents Seeking Joint Custody But what exactly is a parenting plan? In […]

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Understanding The Different Parenting Styles

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Every parent wants them. Parents are often envious when they see other parents with them. They make our lives so much easier, but at times they seem to hard to obtain. We dream about them and work so tirelessly to get them. No, we’re not talking about additional hours of sleep (although that too, is […]

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Marching into Summer

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March is here, and you know what that means: it’s time to start thinking about summer. Yes, you read that right. The kids will be out of school before you know it, and when it comes to planning for those summer months, it’s best to plan early. Whether you opt to send your child to […]

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What To Know When Seeking Child Custody

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Before going through the child custody process, there are a few things you need to know. The child custody process can typically go one of two ways: It can be a smooth, agreeable process for both parents who want what’s best for their child; or, it can be an emotional, contentious process between parents who […]

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Can You Get A Divorce Without Going To Court?

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When you think of divorce, chances are you think of a messy, ugly, and long-drawn-out process which takes months out of your life and valuable resources that you’d rather not part with. However, there are alternatives to this process — provided, of course, that both have come to an amicable and civil agreement. Divorce is […]

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Dividing Assets In A Divorce: What To Consider

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Divorce is never easy. While it is sometimes the best option, there are still a whole lot of stressful, overwhelming aspects to consider before it’s all said and done. One of those things is the division of assets including property, money, vehicles, investments, and even debts. When it comes to divorce help, the knowledgeable and […]

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Tips For Parents Seeking Joint Custody

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When searching for help with child custody cases, it’s important to have a trusted ally on your side at all times. In many instances, the parents might be able to come to an agreement regarding custody on their own; however, it’s still important to consult with a family law attorney to get their valuable insight […]

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Divorce Help For Mothers

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Divorce is rarely a simple, painless process. While there are some instances in which the divorce is amicable and things remain relatively friendly, the majority of divorce cases invoke a bevy of emotions from anger to denial to heartbreak. These proceedings are further complicated when a child or children are involved. Generally speaking, every mother […]

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