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What to Expect If You Work With Our Family Law Attorneys

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Finding a family law attorney isn’t always easy, especially if you don’t know any in your local area. Whether you’re searching for an attorney who handles child custody, child support, divorce, or another aspect of family law, Fairell Roy & Associates can help. In this post, we’ll explain what you can expect if you choose […]

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What to Do If You Can’t Agree On a Parenting Plan

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If you and your spouse are going through a divorce and have children, then you’ll need to work together to create a parenting plan that fits around both schedules and allows each of you to spend quality time with your children. Unfortunately, this is often easier said than done. Divorce is an emotionally trying process […]

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Examining Georgia Car Accident Statistics

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Motor vehicle accidents are one of the leading causes of injury and death in the United States, and Georgia is no exception. While car accident deaths have declined in recent years, life-altering accidents are still far too common on our roads. As part of Fairell Roy & Associates’ commitment to making our community our safer […]

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5 Common Aspects of the Divorce Process

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Making the decision to divorce is one that isn’t made lightly. It’s a decision that shouldn’t be made without full consideration of your options and a thorough understanding of the process, either. In this post, we’ll walk you through five common elements of the divorce process in Georgia. Of course, every divorce case will differ […]

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What Is Asset Concealment?

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Financial issues are one of the leading causes of divorce across the United States, so it should come as no surprise that many people attempt to hide their financial assets from their partner in the divorce process. This is known as asset concealment and, in this post, we’re going to take a look at a […]

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Types of Child Custody Explained

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Divorcing your spouse can be complicated, especially if children are involved. The thought of losing your child can create a storm of intense emotions in both parents, leaving the child caught in an intense back-and-forth. If you’re in the process of divorcing your spouse or are considering filing for divorce, it’s important to be educated […]

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What Does a Family Law Attorney Do?

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You’ve heard the term “family law attorney” before, but do you know what family law is and how an attorney who specializes in it could help you? In today’s post, we’re going to explain what family law is and how a family law attorney could help your family. We’ll also explain how the attorneys at […]

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Considering a Divorce? Five Ways to Make the Process Easier

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The decision to divorce your spouse isn’t one that’s made lightly, but it’s only the first step in a long process that can be difficult and complicated without the right preparation. In today’s post, we’re going to discuss five ways you can make the process easier on yourself and get closer to the life that […]

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How to Support Your Child Through Divorce — Part II

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There’s a lot to consider when you’re getting a divorce. The house, the car, your shared assets, and everything else you need to separate can quickly make the challenge of parting ways feel overwhelming. No matter what you’re splitting, though, it all pales in comparison to your child’s well-being. The decision to get divorced isn’t […]

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How to Support Your Child Through Divorce — Part I

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If you’re considering divorce, then you’ve likely given some thought as to how your child will react and what you can do to help. While every child will react to divorce differently based on their age, coping strategies, and your individual circumstances, your divorce will likely be a difficult period in your child’s life. However, […]

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