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Should You File for Bankruptcy or Divorce First?

By The Solomon Firm LLC |

Financial challenges typically accompany a divorce. Oftentimes, if money is not a major issue in the marriage, it can become one as couples head towards divorce. If you are considering filing for divorce, you may wonder whether you should file for bankruptcy or divorce first. Understanding how both the divorce and bankruptcy process works… Read More »

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Steps Before You Ask For A Divorce

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Statistics show that almost 800,000 marriages end in divorce each year, but that does not make it less stressful or overwhelming. During the time leading up to divorce can be important and impact the entire divorce process. While divorce is never pleasant for any party involved, taking these steps before you ask for a… Read More »

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Appointment of a Guardian Ad Litem

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If you have minor children and are going through a divorce in the state of Georgia, there is a possibility that if you can not reach a consensus regarding child custody that the court may appoint a guardian ad litem.  A court appoints a guardian ad litem to act in the best interests of… Read More »

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Common Mistakes Made in Divorce

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If you are headed for divorce, you may be wondering what to do and how to do it.  Take some guidance from the information below about common mistakes made in divorce and how to avoid them. Not Following Court Orders Court orders are orders for a reason.  Not doing what your divorce judge told… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions about Prenuptial Agreements

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If you are considering marriage, you may also be considering whether or not you’d like to have a prenuptial agreement in place.  Read below for some frequently asked questions about prenuptial agreements. What Are Some Common Features of a Prenup? There are several common clauses in a prenuptial agreement.  First, there may be property… Read More »

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Child Custody: Frequently Asked Questions

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If you are preparing for a divorce or separation and you have children in common with your ex-spouse, you may have questions about child custody.  Consider these common questions regarding child custody as well as their answers below. What Is “Reasonable Visitation”? Reasonable visitation is simply a term that means exactly what it says-… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions about Guardianships

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If you are considering taking on a guardianship, you may have some questions about your rights, responsibilities, and obligations.  Read on to discover some of the most frequently asked questions about guardianships as well as their answers. What Is a Guardianship? There are many reasons someone might need a guardian, for instance, if they… Read More »

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Marriage Requirements in Georgia

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How complicated is it to get married in Georgia?  It’s not extremely complicated, but there are some specific requirements you need to meet in order to be married and receive a marriage license.  Make sure you meet the criteria below before you move to have your marriage certified. No More Blood Tests First things… Read More »

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Changing Your Name after Marriage

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There may be many reasons you wish to change your name.  The most common reason, of course, is marriage.  Married individuals often wish to change their last names.  They are not limited to having the wife change her name to her husband’s last name.  In fact, a newly married wife may wish to hyphenate… Read More »

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How to Enforce Child Support in Georgia

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So your ex-spouse has ceased paying for child support.  This puts you in a difficult position; raising children is expensive and the costs are divided by the court between the ex-spouses in order to ensure there is enough money in the metaphorical “pot” to be used for child rearing.  However, if this is your… Read More »

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