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5 Mistakes to Avoid After Sustaining a Personal Injury

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Everyone makes mistakes. They’re a normal part of life, and they’re how we learn valuable lessons from experience. When it comes to personal injury claims, however, mistakes should be avoided at all costs. In this post, we’ll discuss five common mistakes we’ve seen personal injury victims make over the years and explain how to avoid […]

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New Year, New Life: How to File for Divorce in 2021

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Can you believe that we’re already more than a month into 2021? It feels like just yesterday we were ringing in the new year and thinking about the possibilities the fresh start would bring, and now we’re already closer to the first day of spring than the first day of winter. Whether you’re currently considering […]

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What Is A Separate Maintenance Agreement?

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If you’re considering divorcing your spouse, you’ve probably heard or read about the term “legal separation.” While legal separation is often a part of the divorce process, there are some important differences to be aware of. Moreover, Georgia law does not formally recognize legal separation, though it does recognize separate maintenance agreements, which are quite […]

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House Bill 96 Seeks to Establish a Presumption In Favor of Equal Parenting Time

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In the coming weeks, a bill will be presented to the Georgia House of Representatives that could significantly change how family law matters are dealt with in the state of Georgia. In this post, we’ll explain what the proposed changes would entail and how they could benefit parents and children. If you need to speak […]

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How Is Property Divided in Georgia?

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If you’re considering filing for divorce in Georgia, then you probably have more than a few questions about the process, especially when it comes to your financial assets and property. In this post, we’ll discuss how marital property and assets are divided in Georgia and explain why contacting an experienced divorce attorney is the best […]

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How to Avoid Injuries During Winter

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Winter and the holiday season are supposed to be a time of rest and relaxation, but an accidental injury can upend your plans and leave you with lingering pain and financial obligations long after the tinsel has been taken down and the presents have been unwrapped. In this post, we’ll discuss five easy ways to […]

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Examining Georgia Divorce Statistics

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You’ve probably heard that divorce rates are on the rise. It’s true — divorce rates are skyrocketing due to the upheaval caused by COVID-19, and experts speculate that they’ll only continue to rise. But what about pre-COVID divorces? Were Georgians happier and more satisfied with their relationships before the pandemic? In this post, we’ll dig […]

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Navigating Child Custody Around the Holidays

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As the end of the year approaches, many divorced and separated parents are experiencing anxiety about the holidays. COVID-19 has only added to the difficulties of planning custody between two different households, and the stress and hardships of the year can make the thought of dealing with coordination issues seem insurmountable. In this post, we’ll […]

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Divorcing During the Holidays? 5 Self-Care Tips You Need to Know

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There’s nothing easy about divorcing, but divorcing during the holiday season can make the process even more difficult. And as if the holidays weren’t different enough with a pandemic reaching record-breaking numbers of new infections across the country nearly every day, you’re also dealing with the pain and emotional turmoil that many people experience as […]

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