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How Will Property Division Be Determined?

When going through a divorce the division of property is one of the most complex parts of the process. The first step will be dividing up marital property form personal property. Georgia is not a state with community property laws, there is an equitable distribution method of dividing property. In order to make sure you are treated fairly in the division of property in your divorce team up with an Atlanta divorce attorney as soon as possible. The division of marital property and personal property follows this breakdown pattern:

When is My Divorce Officially Complete?

Going through a divorce can be extremely time consuming due to the countless issues that have to be resolved when it comes to dividing property and assets. The question many people have is regarding the actual end of the divorce. In Georgia, a divorcing couple is required to wait 31 days after filing the divorce service with the court. That is the technical answer to the question. However, it generally takes longer than this because of the countless offers and counteroffers that the parties go through in order to sort out all of the agreements.

Understanding Child Custody in Georgia

During a divorce, one of the most difficult decisions you and your spouse will have to make is in regards to child custody. Even if both parents want what is best for their children, it can still be difficult to see eye-to-eye regarding this important decision. Before making this decision, it is important to have all the facts regarding child custody laws in Georgia.

Divorce, Annulment, and Legal Separation

Every state has differences in the law in regards to marriage and divorce and the State of Georgia is no different. If you are considering filing for a divorce in Georgia, it is imperative that you understand the laws and procedures in your specific state as well as have a legal representative who has a thorough understanding of the law and your case. There are three options when considering how to end a marriage: legal separation, annulment, and divorce.

Cultural Prevalence of Divorce Hits Sesame Street

"D is for 'Divorce.'" This was the resounding message that the infamous Muppet characters of Sesame Street tackled in one of its most recent episodes, which will not be aired on television, but instead as a web series that is part of the show's "targeted" programming schedule. Now in its 44th season, Sesame Street is well-known for its resounding eagerness to address current social topics, especially those that are most likely to be affecting the young children who watch the show regularly.

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